Tor Books has a blog over here for anyone interested in keeping up with what they're producing. The most recent post is about Zero Point.
‘Fast, furious, violent, slightly tongue-in-cheek (I think), and a whole lot of fun that makes 1984 seem like a children’s tea party, with a great cover from regular artist Jon Sullivan . . . Go on, dive in, you won’t be disappointed’
British Fantasy Society
‘Asher is brilliant at conveying the vastness of deep space . . . and the sweep of planetary horizons’
‘Rail-guns rattle off, pulse rifles fire out shots and explosions ring out. This is what Asher does best’
‘Action packed and thrilling, The Departure is a must for all fans of contemporary science fiction who haven’t experienced Asher’s visceral novels before’
I’ve been an engineer, barman, skip lorry driver, coalman, boat window manufacturer, contract grass cutter and builder. Now I write science fiction books, and am slowly getting over the feeling that someone is going to find me out, and can call myself a writer without wincing and ducking my head. As professions go, I prefer this one: I don’t have to clock-in, change my clothes after work, nor scrub sensitive parts of my body with detergent. I think I’ll hang around.