Wicked Embers is now available!

and its been getting some fabulous reviews! Here’s a couple:

Jessica from A Great Read said: Keri Arthur’s Wicked Embers was as incredible as its predecessor … To read the full review, head here

KT Clapsadl from A Book Obsession said: All in all this was yet another fast paced and enjoyable read from one of my favorite authors. I know every time I pick up a Keri Arthur book, I’m going to have a sold block of entertainment, and this was no exception. I highly recommend to anyone who enjoys urban fantasy with a fresh world and great characters. To read the full review, head here


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Supanova Sydney, here I come!

wickedUKThe fabulous Supanova train rolls into Sydney on June 19th–21st, and I’ll be aboard!

And in extra good news, Hatchette have decided to early release Wicked Embers for the event, so not only will you be able to buy it there, but I can sign it for you on the spot!  :)

For more news about Supanova, and all the other fantastic guests (including the man who played the only captain to come close to stealing my heart away from Captain Kirk–the one and only Nathan Fillion) head over to here

Hope to see you there!


Dallas, here I come!

Wicked Embers medI have to say, I love RT conventions. Not only do they provide a great chance to catch up with my agent, editor, and all the great mates I’ve made over the years, but they’re fantastic fun!

The only bit I dislike is the sheer amount of time it takes me to get to the damn things. Between flight times and the LA layover, I’ll be traveling for a total of 27 hours. Hope you all show some appreciation of the effort by coming up to me at RT and saying hi! You won’t miss me–just look for a short red-head with a funny accent and ten ton bags under her eyes. lol

If you’re not going to RT, but happen to be in the area, you can still come along and say hi, as RT’s giant book fair is once again happening on Sat 16th. There’s over 500 authors signing at the event, which is open to public from 11–2pm. For more details, check out this link

Giveaway time!

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and the winners of the signed books are:

Kyara Skye, Maiya Attschwager, and Allison Newchurch. Congrats ladies!

More giveaways coming up soon, so stay tuned  :)


I know it’s Easter, but rather than giveaway some chokkie eggs (which are hell to post) I thought I’d give away some books. And no, I’m not giving away Wicked Embers ARCs, as I haven’t got any yet. You’ll just have to wait a few more months for that one.

But I am giving away my other books–or, at least, three of them. And the winners can choose which of my 30 odd books they would like signed and sent to them (as long as I have it in storage, that is). The contest will run for twenty-four hours, so until 9am Easter Saturday morning, just to give everyone on the wrong side of the world a chance to enter. All you have to do is put ‘website giveaway’ in the subject line of an email, and send it to kez @ keriarthur DOT com (no spaces & real dot, obviously). As I said, there’ll be three winners chosen, so good luck!

Belated Cover Reveal

Okay, so I’m slack. You all know this. I know this. But I wasn’t aware just how slack I could be until I went to check something on my website and saw that I hadn’t revealed the amazing cover for City of Light here–the one place it should be!

so, without further delay, here it is:City_of_light(final)med


Once again, I have to thank the amazing Tony Mauro for the artwork. Of all the covers he’s done for me, I think this is my favourite. But then, I also totally love this story — it’s a book that I started 3 or 4 years ago, but it stalled at page 80 and refused to speak to me for a couple of years. Which frustrated not only me, but my agent, Miriam, who totally loved the characters in this one, and wanted to see how it ended! Then, at the World Fantasy Con in Brighton (UK), over a couple of drinks with Miriam and Kaz Mahony (awesome author, good mate, and fellow deadline dame), the story came to life and it was finished within a couple of months.

So now, at the end of this year, you’ll all get the chance to read it. And I’ve got my fingers crossed that you’ll all love the characters as much as Miriam and I do  :)