The Axiom Diamond is a mythical relic, with the power to show its bearer any truth they desire. Men have sought for it across many continents for centuries, but in vain. When trainee sorceress Aimee de Laurent’s first ever
Numenera – The Night Clave - Monte Cook
The Red Men - Matthew De Abaitua
Nanoshock - K C Alexander
The Wrong Stars - Tim Pratt
The Trials of Solomon Parker - Eric Scott Fischl
Under the Pendulum Sun - Jeannette Ng
Immortal Architects - Paige Orwin
The Uploaded - Ferrett Steinmetz
Skyfarer - Joseph Brassey
The Last Sacrifice - James A. Moore
Earlier this year we brought you Alex Wells‘ Hunger Makes the Wolf, an incredibly cool tale with deserts, biker gangs and space witchiness. Now, we’re getting close to publication date for the sequel, Blood Binds the Pack, so thought it was about time we showed of the incredible cover by Ignacio Lazcano featuring our favourite duo Hob and Mag.
Head on over to the B&N Sci-Fi & Fantasy Blog to see the full cover reveal, as well as read an interview with Alex about Blood Binds the Pack, making the leap from writing short stories to novels
Moon Festival, also known as Mid Autumn Festival, falls on the 4th of October this year. It is the 15th Day of the Eighth Month by the Chinese reckoning. It is when the moon is the roundest and we are meant to sip tea, eat mooncake and admire the moon.
This occurs just between the two book birthdays of my debut novel, Under the Pendulum Sun. I know these days
All month-long, fans of ingenious magical urban fantasy are in for a treat: the first two books of Ferrett Steinmetz’s incredible ‘Mancer Trilogy are on sale at just $2.99 on Kindle at Amazon.com for the whole of October: Flex and The Flux (and right here, to spread the love for everyone).
If you haven’t read them yet, this is the perfect time – check this out:
FLEX: Distilled magic in crystal form. The most dangerous drug in the
Listen up, meatbags!
Angry Robot is coming to FantasyCon and we’re ready to party! Who’s with us? You? YOU? How about you in the corner, yeah you, holding all the books. Come and join us!
As usual, if this is your first con, you’re feeling a bit nervous or you just fancy sitting with some friendly faces, we’re more than happy to welcome you into our little gang, so look for the Angry Robot lanyards round our
As you know, we’re about to embark on our #AROpenDoor2017 (yes, we’ve hashtagged it, go with us on this). So far we’ve told you what we want, what we don’t want, and given you some top notch, high quality robot GIFs, you lucky ducks!
But what about author experience of the process? Well right now, for your reading pleasure, we’ve a little blog post from our 2011 Open Door alumni, Wesley Chu. You may know Wes’ name as he now has three successful series under his belt, with one currently in development for TV and the another for the big
We’re so super excited to announce our new acquisition, due to be released in March 2018!
It’s called Smoke Eaters and it’ll be hitting shelves in March 2018!
Here’s the synopsis:
When dragons rise from the earth, firefighters are humanity’s last line of defence, in this wild near-future fantasy.
Firefighter Cole Brannigan is on the verge of retirement after 30 years on the job, and a decade fighting dragons. But during his
We have a new android author that The Central Computer has authorized for a field test at FenCon 2017, September 22nd-224th
Amber Royer, whose debut Space Opera, Free Chocolate, is coming out next year will be speaking on several panels, though not all at once.
Catch up with Amber at the Irving Lecture Hall on Friday at 12PM for But it’s Funny!, again at 2PM for The Villain is the Hero and once more at 3PM for Invasion of the Podcast People.
On Saturday Amber will be talking in Chinaberry at
Oh, isn’t today a lovely day for a new book announcement? It’s getting a little colder outside, we’re all starting to close in for the winter and we need a little something to look forward to, once the sun starts to shine on the other side. And that sliver of light, folks, the one you see burning brightly on the other side has a name… Quietus. And it’s hitting shelves in March 2018.
Tristan Palmgren‘s debut novel, which features an anthropologist from another universe visit one of the darkest periods of human history in a bid to learn the
To say it’s been a bit shit for those affected by the hurricanes is very much an understatement. But Hurricane Relief Bookstore (brainchild of Fireside Fiction Company) has come up with a bit of a novel (fnar) way for you to help those affected in Houston, Florida and the Caribbean; donate money in return for a sparkly new book: an online bookstore.
*SUPER EXCITING ANNOUNCEMENT KLAXON*
Bay, probably most famous for Armageddon, Pearl Harbor and the Transformers franchise will be taking on Wes’ tale of chronman James, who returns to past earth one final time in order to recover resources but ends up bringing back more than he
Huzzah! For two months only we are relaxing our normally strict procedures, and anyone can submit a novel to Angry Robot. Yes, the 2017 Open Door period is incoming.
WHAT? Unpublished novels
FROM? Authors who do not have a literary agent
GENRE Science fiction and/or fantasy
FINISHED? Yes, finished, full manuscripts only
LENGTH? 70,000-130,000 words, no exceptions
WHEN? Submissions website opens 1st November, closes 31st December 2017
Once the door closes (deep breath) we’ll read them all, every last one. If we like your novel enough to want to publish it,
You may have seen the announcement a little while ago that Angry Robot is bringing Matthew De Abaitua‘s stunning – and absolutely mind-bendingly good – Arthur C Clarke shortlisted The Red Men to American (and Canadian, in ebook form) shores this November.
And now, as we move ever closer to the joyous date of release, we have a brilliant new cover to show you, courtesy of the tremendous Raid71.
It’s here! It’s here!
Well, actually it’s not here yet. But soon Fallen Gods, the second title in James A Moore‘s The Tides of War series, will be hitting shelves near you! In fact, the drop will be happening in January, exactly a year from the release of first-in-series The Last Sacrifice.
While you pine for the next book we do have a little treat for you, we can now show off the amazing new cover. Big thanks to that man Alejandro Colucci for once more bestowing us with something so awesome. And if any cover should invoke a
NEW COVER KLAXON!!! PLUS SOME NEWS!
Do we have a treat for you today! Not only do you get to see the cover for Tim Pratt‘s exhilarating new space opera, The Wrong Stars but we have glad tidings too, as we’ve signed Tim up for books two and three in the Axiom series! He’ll never get away from us now; the chips are implanted too deeply in his cerebral cortex.
Excited? You should be. And if you want to get yourself acquainted with the novel you might want to pop over to SFF World (just click the teaser image below),
There’s a Ferrett in the wild!
Come along, hear wonderful words spoken, eat doughnuts and admire Ferrett’s no doubt The Uploaded themed nails. You’d be very silly indeed to miss out!