Peter F. Hamilton was born in Rutland in 1960 and still lives nearby. He began writing in 1987, and sold his first short story to Fear magazine in 1988. He has written many bestselling novels, including the Greg Mandel series, the Night's Dawn trilogy, the Commonwealth Saga, the Void trilogy, short-story collections and several standalone novels including Fallen Dragon and Great North Road. Find out more about Peter F. Hamilton at www.peterfhamilton.co.uk or discover more Pan Macmillan and Tor UK books at www.torbooks.co.uk
Peter F. Hamilton
When images of a lost civilization are 'dreamed' by a self-proclaimed prophet of the age, Nigel Sheldon, inventor of wormhole technology and creator of the Commonwealth society, is asked to investigate.
Humm, there seems to have been quite a few of us on that train last Monday leaving identical bags behind -see ... http://t.co/O0fhrw7bKn
by @PeterFHamilton1 - one year ago
Virgin East Coast Trains Lost Property division: Did you leave the item at a station or a train? Me: Train. VE... http://t.co/g1Grw3OMtC
Was supposed to post this at the start of the month. Nobody tell my publisher, they're not used to authors be... http://t.co/MeG64Yfhxj
The moment when you wake up to find what bored kids have been doing with balloons and static. http://t.co/9LD6vFOvmC
Well here's a thing. Today was the day Lancashire School Library Service made the official announcement about... http://t.co/wS1xo72Zij
Pandora's Star pulled from Audible - 4 years ago
Some people (such as "Dave" in the guestbook) noticed that Pandora's star was pulled from Audible, and wondered why this happened. It turns out that there have been some complaints about the sound quality of that recording. For that reason, the book was temporarily removed from the Audible store until the engineers have fixed this.
April 2012 blog entry - 4 years ago
Peter's new blog entry for April 2012 is now online.
Follow us on Twitter - 5 years ago
If you are a Twitter user, you can now follow us: @PeterFHamilton1. For the time being, only the items from this news page will be Tweeted, but we hope to add more stuff in the future.
RSS feed is back - 5 years ago
After being broken for a long time, the RSS feed for this page finally works once more. To subscribe, please click the RSS button at the top of this page, or use the built in RSS function of your browser. In Firefox, click "Subscribe to this page" in the bookmarks menu. In Internet Explorer, click the link at the bottom of this page.
September 2011 blog entry - 5 years ago
Peter's September 2011 Blog Entry is now online.
Sign up to the Pan Macmillan newsletter for great extra content and free extracts.