2 Airman Preview Vids

October 25th, 2007

Airman, as you may know, is Colfer’s next (non-Artemis) book. It’s due for release in January.

Colfer’ official site has been updated with 2 promotional vids: Promo Trailor and  US Trailor. Enjoy!

The Haven Herald

October 14th, 2007

Welcome to the The Haven Herald, FanGathering’s newsletter. This is the third issue of hopefully many more. Within this newsletter, you will find a news recap filled with events happening within the last month, winners for six special monthly awards, and several articles. Read the rest of this entry »

Graphic Novel Released Today

October 4th, 2007

Whilst it may have been on sale in various places for the past 2 days, today the Artemis Fowl Graphic Novel has finished its release. You’ll be able to find it in any good bookstore, or on Amazon if needs be. If you need a little teaser to convince you, then check out our graphic novel page for some previews of the artwork, and an interview with the artist himself!

Thanks to Jodie from Puffin, you can also view a video of the process behind creating each frame. There is ALOT of work being done, as you’ll see below!

New Colfer Book in 2 Days!

October 2nd, 2007

click.jpg The official site has been updated with some pretty big news. Eoin Colfer has taken part in a group project in support of Amnesty International. He and 9 other authors worked together to write a book, one chapter each.

The book is entitled “Click,” and will be released in just 2 days time! For any Dubliners out there, there is going to be a release party on Thursday 4th October at 1pm in Larkin Community College, Cathal Brugha St., Dublin.

We have the following summary of the book’s plot, and it’s already up for sale at Amazon if you’re interested!

A globetrotting photo-journalist, George ‘Gee’ Keane, leaves to his two grandchildren, Jason and Maggie, a stack of photographs and a collection of seashells in a mysterious wooden box. It starts them on a journey that will last their whole lives and take them around the world in the footsteps of their grandfather meeting the people whose lives he touched along the way.

Colfer has also given a short interview on the project, which you can read here.