Simon Scarrow talks about the process of co-writing
Simon talks about what it was like to work with his co-writer T.J. Andrews on the INVADER series.Read More
The cover for BRITANNIA has been revealed!
The build-up to Simon’s new Cato and Macro adventure, Britannia, has well and truly begun ahead of publication this November. Set in Roman Britain, AD 52, it sees the legionaires take on the ruthless western tribes, who are driven by the Druids’ hatred of the Romans . Wounded during a skirmish, Centurion Macro remains behind […]Read More
The Battle of Waterloo – Archive Author Note: The Fields of Death
Today, 18th June, is the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo, one of the most important battles in European history. Simon’s Wellington and Napoleon Quartet retells this period in history in vivid detail, and in this author note from the concluding part, The Fields of Death, Simon examines the after effects of this great […]Read More
Battle of Waterloo: new covers for the Wellington and Napoleon Quartet
The 18th of June 2015 marks the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo, the culmination of one of the great duels in history between two of its most fascinating characters: Wellington and Napoleon. To mark this occassion, Simon’s series of books based on this great rivalry, The Wellington and Napoleon Quartet, has been given […]Read More
An extract from HEARTS OF STONE
In this exclusive, action-packed extract from Hearts of Stone, we join our hero Andreas and his Greek comrades in the heat of battle… * The violence of the recoil and the numbing blast of the shot shocked Andreas and he instinctively blinked. His eyes opened just in time to see the German in the turret […]Read More
HEARTS OF STONE is out now!
Simon Scarrow’s brand new World War II novel Hearts of Stone is available now in hardback and ebook. 1938: A perfect summer on the Greek island of Lefkas for three young people untroubled by the simmering politics of Europe. Peter, visiting from Germany while his father leads an archaeological dig, has become close friends with […]Read More
Download a free HEARTS OF STONE chapter sampler!
Can’t wait for Hearts of Stone to be published on the 4th June? Then we’ve got a treat for you: you can now download a FREE ebook sampler of Simon’s new World War II novel, which includes the first five chapters and exclusive interview with Simon. As well as giving you a taste of this […]Read More
Simon explains the research for HEARTS OF STONE
Simon reveals some of the challenges involved in writing and researching Hearts of Stone in this interview extract… It was a bit of a challenge getting the action sequences written for Hearts of Stone because I’m more used to depicting Roman warfare. The danger is that, whereas with Romans you can find plenty of re-enactors […]Read More
Be one of the first to read HEARTS OF STONE
Simon’s new novel, the gripping World War II thriller Hearts of Stone, will be published on June 4th in hardback and ebook. If you can’t wait until then, we have the perfect solution… We are offering 25 lucky fans the chance to win a limited edition proof copy of Hearts of Stone to read and […]Read More
Invader part 4, IMPERIAL AGENT, out now!
If you’ve been hooked on Invader, the ebook novella series from Simon and T.J. Andrews, then we have good news – part four is out today! That’s right, you can now download Imperial Agent. In the bitter depths of winter, Rome’s plan to install a friendly king in the most hostile area of Britannia is […]Read More
Interview with the Edinburgh Book Review
With Brothers in Blood out now in paperback, Simon chats to the Edinburgh Book Review in this brilliant and insightful interview. Read the full piece online HERE, and here’s a short snippet with Simon discussing the challenges and pleasure of researching his bestselling novels… “The research is a delight to do. Why wouldn’t it be? […]Read More
Brothers in Blood: out now in paperback!
The latest Cato and Macro adventure invades a bookshop near you today! Brothers in Blood is out now in paperback. AD 52 and the Roman army is on the march in the struggle to conquer Britain. Facing a ruthless enemy, Cato, an army Prefect, and veteran Centurion Macro must also contend with the threat posed […]Read More