Carrie Harris

CARRIE HARRIS is a geek of all trades and proud of it. She’s an experienced author of tie-in fiction, former tabletop game executive and published game designer who lives in Utah.

“I’m really lucky in that I’ve gotten the opportunity to write some characters who really mean something to me. I’ve been a Ghost Rider fan for a long time, and I picked up the comic because the bike reminded me of my favorite uncle. He was a Harley rider who used to do parades and ride in formation and things like that. So I’ve always loved the character, and I was really excited to have an excuse to go back and read some of the issues that I’d missed!”
Track of Words

“One of the things I like best about this book is that you acknowledge that Johnny Blaze is an idiot”
Tomb of Ideas Podcast

“I really wanted to write a book that would be accessible to new Marvel fans while still containing plenty of Easter eggs for die-hard X-fans to enjoy. So if you’ve only seen a Marvel movie once, you should be able to pick up this book and understand it. But if you’ve read all the comics, you’ll also have some inside information about why these characters don’t like each other and what happens next. So hopefully it’s an enjoyable experience regardless of your Marvel background. That’s the goal, anyway.”

– Carrie Harris

Interview with Carrie Harris, author of Liberty & Justice For All
Sample Chapter Podcast

Comic Book Herald, Interview with Carrie Harris, author of Liberty & Justice For All

“In comics, we see a lot of the likes of Storm and X-23 because they’re just so powerful, and in visual ways. But in prose, we can explore what it’s like to be the healer and the time manipulator, and give them a chance to shine.”
Comic Years, Interview with Carrie Harris, author of Liberty & Justice For All

Pop Goes the Culture, Podcast interview with Carrie Harris, author of Liberty & Justice For All

Xavier Files, Podcast interview with Carrie Harris, author of Liberty & Justice For All

“I really wanted to write a book that would be accessible to new Marvel fans while still containing plenty of Easter eggs for die-hard X-fans to enjoy.”
Track of Words, Interview with Carrie Harris, author of Liberty & Justice For All

Arkham Horror: Secrets in Scarlet edited by Charlotte Llewelyn-Wells Secrets in Scarlet Revealed! July 29, 2022 - With the announcement of Scarlet Keys, two new expansions for Arkham Horror, we delve a little deeper into the direct tie-in book, Secrets in Scarlet to find out what it’s all about. The anthology introduces the reader to the 6 new Investigators that come in the Investigator Expansion and events that… Read more.
Spring 2022 Title Announcement! August 17, 2021 - We’re back again with a 2022 sneak peek of the titles coming to bookshops, FLGs, and ebooks in the Spring. Over the coming months, we’ll be releasing the amazing covers that you have come to expect from us. So, whether you’re waiting for another story from Viking raided England, an… Read more.
Asmodee Italy are bringing our books to the MCU! June 22, 2021 - The Asmodee Italia team announced it yesterday afternoon and we’re letting you know in case you missed it that our Marvel prose novels are being translated to Italian, yay! This extends the multi-year partnership that we already have with the team for our range of game-based novels. Asmodee Italia has… Read more.
The International Association of Media Tie-In Writers Scribe Awards June 8, 2021 - WHOOP WHOOP!!! For those of you not in the know, The International Association of Media Tie-In Writers is the specific organisation for our little corner of the publishing world. Every year they host the Scribe Awards which recognises the accomplishments of the unsung authors in this particular field. Although we’re… Read more.
Coming this Fall. Thrills, spills, and tentacles… (probably) April 30, 2021 - We’re back with a sneak peek at some of our fantastic titles coming this Fall to bookshops, FLGs, and ebook. Over the coming months, we’ll release more information about them including the amazing covers that you have come to expect from us. So whether you’re waiting for another story from… Read more.
Asmodee Entertainment press release New Marvel Prose Novels Heading For Germany In Multi-Book Deal February 15, 2021 - Aconyte Books, the novels imprint of global games publisher Asmodee, are delighted to announce the latest fruits of their ongoing relationship with noted German publishing house Cross Cult. In spring 2021, a new strand will be launched in Germany to publish translated editions of Aconyte’s range of adventure novels set… Read more.
Marvel's Xavier's Institute: Liberty & Justice for All by Carrie Harris Marvel: Xavier’s Institute: Liberty & Justice For All. Exclusive Interview with Carrie Harris November 3, 2020 - Out today in paperback (USA/CA) and ebook (globally) is Liberty & Justice For All, where two exceptional students face their ultimate test when they answer a call for help, in the first thrilling Xavier’s Institute novel, focused on the daring exploits of Marvel’s mutant heroes. As part of their training… Read more.
Marvel's Xavier's Institute: Liberty & Justice for All by Carrie Harris New titles added to Netgalley September 21, 2020 - Twilight Imperium: The Fractured Void, by Tim Pratt, Arkham Horror: The Last Ritual, by S A Sidor, and Liberty and Justice For All, by Carrie Harris, are now available for all you super fans that run blogs, podcasts, YouTube shows, or traditional reviewers based on the worlds of Lovecraftian Horror, Marvel Universe Lore and/or… Read more.
Marvel's Xavier's Institute: Liberty & Justice for All by Carrie Harris Triage and Tempus attempt their first solo mission September 7, 2020 - This week we have the newest Marvel cover to show off as we take a further look at Liberty and Justice For All, by Carrie Harris.  Two exceptional students face their ultimate test when they answer a call for help, in the first thrilling Xavier’s Institute novel, focused on the… Read more.
ACONYTE ANNOUNCE FIRST TITLES IN THEIR MARVEL PROSE NOVEL RANGE June 25, 2020 - Today we are pleased to announce the first titles in Aconyte’s upcoming range of Marvel prose novels. The range will start publishing in Fall 2020, and here’s just a small teaser of what’s to come. Our new range is made up of four exciting strands… Legends of Asgard: Set in… Read more.

“I recommend these books to all Marvel comics fans and want to assure them that they have nothing to fear from the longer prose format as it allows their favourite hero or villain to be fleshed out in a deeper way that comics can’t always achieve. I would go so far as to say that this range is one of the best things currently coming out under the Marvel banner.”

Waterstones

“This is a fantastic book for all Marvel fans to enjoy, I would particularly underline the importance of Doctor Strange and Ms. Marvel if their fanbases are eager for more canon content ahead of MCU releases.”

Waterstones

“I really enjoyed seeing the perspectives of different heroes–and even villains! It was a fun light read and although I hadn’t read the previous book, I was still able to follow along. Kamala and Luke Cage’s chapters were my favorites, honestly.”

The Story Graph

“The fun part was really seeing the characters work together and try to figure out what’s going on. Spider-Man and Ms. Marvel are among my favourite Marvel characters and they team up for a good chunk of this book. Outstanding”

PEI Bookworm

“The plot is tight, well-paced, and thought out. We slowly learn what is happening for alternative perspectives and to see how it all fits together with the Master’s plan is fantastic.”

What You Tolkien About

“I gave Shadow Avengers five stars. These Marvel prose novels continue to be among my favorites to read and review. I’m looking forward to future volumes in the series.”
Chris L. Owens

“Honestly Shadow Avengers is a pure delight. It will definitely be enjoyed by fans of the books and showcases the wonderful possibilities the Crisis Protocol tabletop game holds. Not to mention we have a wonderful cast of characters.”
What You Tolkien About

“This reminded me, in a very good way, of a 90’s Marvel comic series called Secret Defenders. It was a quick read that I would recommend to most Marvel fans (old or new).”
Martin’s View

“There’s a way Carrie writes, that brings the superheros and even Villains to life. Honestly I can’t explain it, but she didn’t miss in the personality department for each characters.”
Owls Reading Books

“The book is stupidly funny, I read it in a couple of days and it made me happy… After reading I find myself with 2 thoughts: look for the next one to take and I’m sorry that DC doesn’t have something similar.”
Primus Crom Cthulhu

“Shadow Avengers is a good follow-up to Target Kree, a book that took the small hints and promises at the end of that book and gives readers something exciting as the pay-off. It manages to pack in the action, gives just enough mystery to keep readers guessing what might come next, and features some great depictions of some of Marvel’s biggest characters.”
Trans-Scribe

“The plot is tight and well paced and thought out. We slowly learn what is happening for alternative perspectives and to see how it all fits together with the Master’s plan is fantastic.”
What You Tolkien About

“Carrie Harris has a good handle on each of the characters, and she ensures each one gets equal exposure: something which is not always easy in a multi-character story.”
Kid Ferrous Reviews

“This reminded me, in a very good way, of a 90’s Marvel comic series called Secret Defenders. It was a quick read that I would recommend to most Marvel fans (old or new).”
Martin’s View

“It was wonderful to see Jennifer Kale, Satana Hellstrom and Topaz get more love and attention and come to life in this perfect book.”
Track of Words

“Rounding out the new releases is Shadow Avengers, written by Carrie Harris and part of the Crisis Protocol series. Doctor Strange’s Shadow Avengers, brought together earlier to stop Dormammu, are now falling apart—just as Dormammu returns, using Loki, Venom and Green Goblin as his pawns.”
Screen Rant

“I really liked how the characters who haven’t always seen eye too eye were forced to come together against a common enemy.”
Lady Reading 365

“I gave Witches Unleashed five stars. I always enjoy the adventures of lesser-known heroes and learning more about them. The interactions among the three witches and between Ghost Rider and the witches provided lots of insight into their character and added extra depth to all of the action.”
Chris L. Owens

“Carrie Harris shows that she’s not just great at writing interesting interpersonal moments, but can craft exciting and engaging action sequences as Ghost Rider and the witches take on some powerful foes across the book.”
Trans-Scribe

“Harris weaves a fast-paced narrative that allows each character to shine. I would recommend this novel to Marvel fans who enjoy a deep dive into the supernatural side of that universe, or to action story fans in general.”

– Martin’s View

“I loved the relationships and dynamics between the characters. The banter, the bickering, the support… it was all spot on. I also love how Carrie have made the ladies move on from what they are in the comics. They joke about the clothes they used to wear, they acknoledge toxic relationships and grow in self confidence and power.”

– Simply a Book Drunkard

 

“Witches Unleashed was a ride for me. Definitely enjoyed this one.”

– Sophia’s Book Club

“Carrie Harris does not disappoint with this fast paced novel. It is a perfect mixture of serious, amusing and action. The characterisation was perfect and the trio’s personalities mixed so well, each bringing their own personality and demons to the table, creating a rather unstoppable force.”

– What You Tolkien About

“New and exciting. And incredibly good… Triage and Tempus rule. They’re richly written, funny, interesting teens battling their insecurities… This book really is a giant triumph for Harris… This is an incredible book. Highest recommend.”
The Omniplex

“While strongly tied into the lore of the long-running Marvel franchise, it’s mostly fresh, well executed, and gives some depth to the characters and their relationships.”
The Review Curmudgeon

“An action-packed adventure… this is definitely worth checking out.”
Track of Words

Liberty & Justice For All isn’t your standard X-Men adventure, it’s one that focuses more on the human (or mutant) journey that happens to these characters, it spends quiet moments with its characters and lets the reader get into their heads and see the effect this life would have on someone. It might not be what you’d be initially drawn to an X-Men book for, but it’s what you’ll come away loving and wanting more of.”
Trans-Scribe

“Harris adds a depth to the antagonists often missing in other depictions of these characters in other media and uses it to remind readers that just as no hero is infallible, no villain is without their better angels. Harris favors nuance over mustache-twirling, and in that choice lies the heart of the story… an engaging and entertaining story.”
GeekDad

Liberty & Justice For All centers on two exceptional students and their daring exploits as mutant heroes as they face their ultimate test when they answer a call for help.”
Marvel.com, Exclusive first chapters of Liberty & Justice for All

Liberty & Justice For All is the first prose novel of the Xavier’s Institute line, which follows the young members of the New Charles Xavier School for Mutants. The releases in this line will explore stories of adventure, defiance, and growth as these characters discover their abilities and their place in the world.”
Marvel.com: Marvel’s ‘Xavier’s Institute’ Prose Novel Line Launches This Fall

 

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