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A Portal Has Opened: Skyfarer by Joseph Brassey 99p Today

Skyfarer by Joseph BrasseyTime to pick up a book that will make you happy: just for today, lucky Brits can pluck Skyfarer by Joseph Brassey on their ereaders with Bookbub for 99p! It’s a wild adventure with portal-mages and vast airships on a perilous quest to reach a legendary truth-refracting crystal before the bad guys (and they’re very bad guys) reach it first.

The Axiom Diamond is a mythical relic, with the power to show its bearer any

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New Books from D.B. Jackson!!

AR Author D B JacksonOkay humans, buckle up because we’re about to blow your squishy minds! In wonderful, brilliant and joyful news, we’re announcing not one but TWO new books from our new Crawford Fantasy Award-winning cybernetic author, D.B. Jackson! D.B. is making it rain books here at Angry Robot, he’s bringing time-hopping epic fantasies Time’s Children in October and the sequel Time’s Demon in May 2019!

Here’s the synopsis for the first:

Fifteen year-old Tobias Doljan, a Walker trained to travel

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Awards, Hell Yes, Interesting Stuff

Rod Duncan Wins Leicester Book of the Year Award

The Queen of All Crows by Rod DuncanLast night, at a wonderful ceremony in Leicester city centre the Leicester Book of the Year Award was bestowed upon Rod Duncan‘s fantastic novel, The Queen of All Crows.

The novel follows one of our favourite heroines of all time, Elizabeth Barnabus, from the adventures of The Fall of The Gas-Lit Empire series into this, the start of a new series, as she makes her way

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NEWCASTLE: Cameron Johnston and RJ Barker in Conversation

Newcastle, listen up! Cameron Johnston, author of -just-this-month-released novel The Traitor God, and RJ Barker, author of Age of Assassins and sequel Blood of Assassins will be in conversation at Forbidden Planet Newcastle THIS THURSDAY from 6 – 7PM.

The pair will be chatting about their writing processes and their journey to published authors, epic fantasy, grimdark, magic, gods, fighting and anything else that takes their fancy. This will be accompanied by short readings from both parties and followed by a signing session.

For more details about the event just head on over to the Forbidden Planet

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Angry Robot, Awards, Kameron Hurley, News

The Stars are Legion on the Campbell Memorial Shortlist!

The Stars Are Legion by Kameron HurleyWe have some news so incredible it might just wipe your memory and leave you stranded on a dying world-ship in the vast emptiness of space.

That’s right, Kameron Hurley has been nominated for a John W. Campbell Memorial Award for Best Science Fiction Novel for her gory, fleshy, downright meaty book The Stars Are Legion!! Although we’re excited, we’re certainly not surprised, Kameron’s work is amazing, dark,

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Cover Art, Cover reveal

Cover Reveal: A Breach in The Heavens

Well, looky here! It seems we have a gorgeous new cover to show you, thanks to that wizard of artistry, Andreas Rocha.

A Breach in the Heavens is the third title from N S Dolkart‘s epic Godserfs series, which is full of lush worldbuilding, diverse and well-written characters, mythical creatures and just a smattering of gods trying to mess with the lives of man. It’ll be hitting shelves this October, fantasy fans, so make sure to pick it up!

Here’s

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Free Excerpt

Rebel! Read the Start of The Rebellion’s Last Traitor for Free!

Start reading The Rebellion’s Last Traitor by Nik Korpon right now. A gritty blend of post-apocalyptic SF and adventure, called “an explosive tale of betrayal and revenge in which allegiances prove as dangerous and unreliable as the memories the citizens of Eitan City buy and sell” by Chris Holm, Anthony Award-winning author of Red Right Hand.

After decades of war, the brutal Tathadann Party restored order in Eitan City by outlawing the past in order to rewrite history. Memory became a commodity – bought and sold, and experienced like a drug.

For ten years, Henraek and Walleus led a people’s rebellion, until Walleus

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Angry Robot, AR Authors, Author Appearance, Conventions, Events

A Splendid Day Out!

Angry Robot author KW JeterPolish your goggles, straighten your top hats, and hop on your dirigibles to celebrate all things steampunk with K.W. Jeter at A Splendid Day Out in Morecambe this weekend!

K.W. Jeter, the Father of Steampunk and author of Infernal DevicesFiendish SchemesGrim Expectations, and Morlock Night will be attending to make not just a day but a whole weekend truly splendid.

Jeter will be speaking at the Arts of Steam segment at this steam-powered

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Angry Robot, Book Birthdays, Book signing, Events

The Traitor God Book Launch!

The Traitor God by Cameron JohnstonIf that bright June sun is just too cheery for you then celebrate something grim this summer with the launch of Cameron Johnston’s debut work of grimdark fantasy The Traitor God. On Tuesday 5th June Cameron will launch his stunning debut with Glasgow Waterstones on Argyle Street.

Cameron will be interviewed by Ruth EJ Booth, a BSFA-award winning author and scholar of fantasy, before giving a signing!

Here’s a short look

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Extracts, Free Excerpt

Free From the Tomb: Read the First Chapters of Fury From the Tomb Now

Fury From the Tomb by S A SidorReady for action, pulp adventure and a good dose of horror? Strap in tight, for this is Fury From the TombThe Institute for Singular Antiquities Book I, by S A Sidor! It’s a hell of a ride, with a young archeologist facing mummies, grave-robbing ghouls, vampires and evil monks– you should just start reading it, really. Here are the exclusive first three chapters to get you excited.

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Wesley Chu at MCM London!

This weekend our very own robot author Wesley Chu, author of Time Salvager, Time Siege, the Tao series AND The Rise of Io will be at MCM London Comic Con! Wesley will be on a couple panels sharing wisdom and blowing your human minds!

Wes will be signing both Friday and Saturday, however has two panels on the first day, which you can see below:

Friday 25th May

Authors of Action – Comic

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The Queen of All Deals

The Queen of All Crows by Rod DuncanThe Queen of all Crows is a smart and entertaining read, among the best of the steampunk subgenre I’ve read. It continues the story of Elizabeth Barnabus in an alternative history where they take intellectual property protection a little too seriously.”
– Craig Newmark, founder of Craigslist and Craigconnects

“It seems an odd mix of steampunk, supernatural mystery, and intellectual property thriller, but I like it.”
– Black Gate

“Rod Duncan not

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Cover Art, Cover reveal, Hell Yes

Cover Reveal: Daughters of Forgotten Light

Given that most of you squishy readers aren’t imprisoned on a deep space penal colony, you’re free to take a look at the brand spanking new cover of Sean Grigsby’s Daughters of Forgotten Light!!

Daughters of Forgotten Light follows Lena “Horror” Horowitz as she leads her vicious gang on the floating penal colony of Oubliette. But when a delivery from Earth brings some surprises and politicians from Earth start interfering Lena’s life gets a lot more difficult.

Huge, huge thanks as always to the incredibly talented John Coulthart, who created this beautiful cover!

To see the full cover

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Angry Robot, AR Authors, Events

Alternative Wedding Plans!

If, like us, your invite to the royal wedding was lost in the post then you can use your free May 19th to attend the Books on the Hill and BristolCon Fringe Alternative Wedding Plans event!

Between 12pm-2pm there will be both a panel and a signing from a whole flock (quest? imagining? murder?) of fantasy authors including Joanne Hall, Peter Newman, Lucy Hounsom, and Brian McClellan. And given that it will be held at the Hatchet Inn, Bristol, we expect there will be a chance for a quick drink in between all

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