Welcome to the website of Kevin Hearne, author of The Iron Druid Chronicles. You can navigate around the site using the spiffy links at the top of the page. Writer’s Grove is the name of my blog if you’re looking for that.
The first seven and a half books of the series are now available, and there are handy links to order them if you head over to the Books or Novellas pages and choose one—a veritable cornucopia of vendors await your mouse click! I also have a couple of short stories out there in anthologies; details on those as well as some free stories are available on the Short Stories page.
In case you’re in the gift-giving mood and you’d like to send someone signed & personalized books for a birthday or whatever, you can call The Poisoned Pen toll-free or order online. Their number is 1-888-560-9919.
Upcoming work: STAR WARS: HEIR TO THE JEDI, a first-person tale featuring Luke Skywalker in between Episodes IV and V, will be coming out February 17 in 2015, available in hardcover, ebook, and audio.
Also coming out in 2015 will be the Iron Druid short story “A Prelude to War,” which will pick up just a couple days after events of book 7, SHATTERED.
Right now I’m working on an epic fantasy, the first of a trilogy, and once that’s finished I should be able to get you a publication date.
Here’s what Publisher’s Weekly says about HOUNDED, book one, in a Starred Review: “Hearne, a self-professed comic-book nerd, has turned his love of awesome dudes whacking mightily at evil villains into a superb urban fantasy debut.” Read the full review here. And there are more reviews on my Reviews page, plus the flood of stuff you can find out there on the Internet.
From John Ottinger III, editor of GraspingForTheWind.com: “This is the best urban/paranormal fantasy I have read in years. Fast paced, funny, clever, and suitably mythic, this is urban fantasy for those worn-out of werewolves and vampires. Fans of Jim Butcher, Harry Connolly, Greg van Eekhout, Ben Aaronovitch, or Neil Gaiman’s American Gods will take great pleasure in Kevin Hearne’s Hounded. Highly recommended.”
There are lots of goodies on the appropriately titled Goodies page—Google maps of the books and outtakes and so on—and please don’t be shy about contacting me using any of the addresses on the Contact page!