18 Sep 2017 - 05:09
So what is International Read an eBook Day?!
The first International read an eBook day was celebrated in 2014, put together by major eBook distributor, OverDrive. It was founded as a way to encourage reading amongst people of all ages. Books are now available at the drop of a hat, or perhaps, merely the tips of our fingers where our phones are! Through the invention of the eBook, we are able to read on so many kinds of devices, and at a more affordable price. (So long as you have the technology to go with it!) 

14 Sep 2017 - 01:09
Head of Zeus is delighted to announce a new three-book deal with Amanda Prowse.
The bestselling author who has topped the eBook charts in all the English speaking markets with her previous titles has now written a duet of novels looking at a flawed, but glorious love story from both sides.  Anna's and Theo's stories - subtitled One Love Two Stories – will be published in March and April next year in all formats and Head of Zeus will be striking deals for the titles in the translation markets at the Frankfurt Book Fair and delivering a marketing campaign next Spring to make these titles global bestsellers in both print and e.
13 Sep 2017 - 03:09

Almost fifty years since we first slipped Earth's terrestrial constraints and saw our planet from space, Christopher Potter has taken on the history of the space race in The Earth Gazers. Even today only 24 people have had that experience, but we do have photographs, such as Earthrise and The Blue Marble, which reveal to us the beauty and fragility of our planet. 

Read on for the story of how three men captured the most iconic images of the planet we call home.

13 Sep 2017 - 03:09

Now that the leaves have begun to turn brown and fall from the trees, and evening is coming earlier and earlier, it's clear that Summer has promptly packed her bags and departed, leaving us firmly in the Autumn season. We asked Darach Ó Seaghdha, the mastermind behind Motherfoclóir and @theirishfor, to help us ease into the season with some focail an fhómhair.

12 Sep 2017 - 12:09

Last night, Monday 11th September, Head of Zeus were delighted to join Seamus O'Mahony at the British Medical Association's Medical Book Awards where his book, The Way We Die Now, picked up the BMA Council Chair's Choice Award for 2017.

11 Sep 2017 - 01:09

The launch of Dan Jones’s The Templars, a history of the most powerful military order of the Middle Ages, was celebrated on September 7 at One Great George Street in Westminster. Among the guests, were Helen Castor, Peter Frankopan, Earl Spencer, and Dan Snow.  Also present were producer Dominic Minghella and actor Simon Merrells, who plays a lead role in Knightfall, a 10 part television series which chronicles the fall of the Knights Templar.  Jones has worked as historical consultant on the series, which due for release later this year. 

07 Sep 2017 - 06:09

Find Me is the exciting psychological thriller from J.S. Monroe, out now in paperback. Watch the trailer now:

06 Sep 2017 - 11:09

K. J. Whittaker's novel, False Lights, posits a history in which Napoleon, not Wellington, was victorious at the Battle of Waterloo and left the ruling of Britain to his ex-wife Empress Josephine. Historian Andrew Roberts has imagined the news bulletin that would have been read across the nation on a somber morning in June in 1815.

04 Sep 2017 - 12:09
Beloved, reviled – and not only by Glaswegians – Glasgow isn’t just the Industrial Revolution nor the Victorian slums. Founded in the sixth century, its forebears pushed back the Romans. In Glasgow, controversial Scottish historian and biographer of Edinburgh Michael Fry takes on the history of the great city from the Celts to Celtic. Read on for an exclusive extract.
25 Aug 2017 - 11:08
When I Wake Up is a dark psychological thriller that centres around a love story. We don’t choose who we fall in love with. It just happens. Biology and pheromones take over and we follow our heart instead of our head. We might hurt people in the process, but we feel happy so we go along with it. 
22 Aug 2017 - 12:08

The August Bank Holiday can be a stormy affair on this fair isle, but a three-day weekend is the perfect excuse to curl up on the sofa with a good book whilst the rain batters the windows and your neighbour's trampoline goes rolling down the street. Here at HoZ we’ve got bank holiday books for all tastes, so why not pick up one of these brilliant reads, add a dash of brandy to that hot chocolate, and settle down for a perfect weekend in - after all, who cares if it looks like November outside when you’re in 14th-century Morocco in your head?

17 Aug 2017 - 09:08

The Girls of Mulberry Lane is the first in an exciting new series from Rosie Clarke set in London in the lead-up to the Second World War.

1938, Mulberry Lane, London. War is looming, but on Mulberry Lane there are different battles being fought...

15 Aug 2017 - 09:08

I’ve had the pleasure of working at Head of Zeus for coming up to two years now, and one of the things I have most enjoyed during my time at the company has been my induction into the world of science fiction and fantasy as I became at first familiar with, then eventually fan girl of, our science fiction and fantasy list curated by Nicolas Cheetham. In my time here I’ve toured the UK and witnessed J.K.Rowling-level fandom for Cixin Liu, author of The Three-Body Problem, marveled at the mind-blowing wisdom of Ken Liu, and raised one-too-many glasses with A.J. Smith at Fantasy in the Court. But nothing could have prepared me for the weird, wonderful, and incredibly welcoming community at Worldcon.