Today’s Robot Round-Up is a celebration of our upcoming November titles. I’m really excited to share these books with you and can’t wait to see what you all think! On a side note, Freya Robertson (author of Heartwood) is currently blog touring so don’t forget to check out her posts across the blogosphere!
Our first book up is:
“Chu embraced the challenge of writing a female point of view and does it exceptionally well. Simply put, Wesley Chu More →
November brings a mammoth month of book birthdays once again! I’m really excited to share them with you – happy book birthday guys!
Chonrad, Lord of Barle, comes to the fortified temple of Heartwood for the Congressus peace talks, which Heartwood’s holy knights have called in an attempt to stave off war in Anguis. But the Arbor, Heartwood’s holy tree, is failing, and because the land and its people
Today’s Robot Round-Up is a celebration of a few of our authors trilogies which are coming to a close. Featuring Anne Lyle’s Night’s Masque, Emma Newman’s Split Worlds, David Tallerman’s Easie Damasco, and Chris F. Holm’s Collector series we’re going to share with you the wonderful praise that these trilogies have received!
Night’s Masque Trilogy by Anne Lyle
Reviews for The Prince of Lies, Anne’s final instalment:
Hey guys, it’s that time of the month again where we share with you our new titles that are up on NetGalley! Two of our authors are baaack: our latest titles from Strange Chemistry are the brilliant The Iron Wolves by Andy Remic and the captivating The Cormorant by Chuck Wendig:
The Iron Wolves
Thirty years ago, the Iron Wolves held back mud-orc hordes at the Pass of Splintered
Hey guys, we have a stunning cover to share with you guys for the next book in Joseph D’Lacey’s Black Dawn series. His first book, Black Feathers was a great success, with Tor.com describing it as “An exceptional piece of apocalyptic/horror/fantasy fiction” and Stephen King stating that “Joseph D’Lacey rocks!” Without further ado, here is the cover for the next in the series;
Hey guys, today I’m here to share a wonderful project undertaken by Upcoming4.me. They have put together an ebook of Story Insides including some of Angry Robot authors, with proceeds for the Epilepsy Action Charity. This book is a fascinating collection which features forty non-fiction essays on writing and editing speculative fiction by published authors! It contains essays from our own wonderful authors: Lee Batterby, Freya Robertson, Mike Shevdon and Jo Anderton. This is such a wonderful idea and here is a little information about the book:
Freya Robertson is currently blog touring around the blogosphere to promote her upcoming book, the brilliant Heartwood. To celebrate this, she has popped up a collection of short stories containing her prequel novella to Heartwood, Augur onto Amazon FOR FREE in order to thank you guys for all of your support! Augur also contains the very first chapter of Heartwood – what are you waiting for? Go grab your copy!
Augur by Freya Robertson
As some of you may know, the Wood Green Literary Festival is running this weekend: 11th – 13th of October. Saturday the 12th has a wonderful treat for you guys: some of our wonderful authors will be there to talk about their books! With appearances from our authors across our three imprints, it certainly isn’t an event to miss.
From Angry Robot, the wonderful Anne Lyle will be talking about her Night Masque series and Mike Shevdon will be talking about his Courts of the Feyre series. Here’s a little information from the Wood Green Literary Festival website:
Hi guys! We’ve decided to do something a little different for this month on NetGalley. We’re going to be celebrating our favourite books that we’ve read from across the imprints and to give you guys a chance to join us in our gushing! We feel so strongly about these books (everyone should read them!) that we just had to give you guys a chance to get to reading them too.
The first book was chosen by Amanda. Here’s a little about the book and why she decided to showcase it:
October has a mammoth amount of Book Birthday’s to celebrate. We have some wonderful releases which will keep you occupied for Halloween; who needs pumpkins when you have books? There are four book birthdays this month:
Far to the north, rebels have set a bastard prince
Hey, it’s Leah here, Angry Robot’s new intern. Today’s Robot Round-Up is a celebration of October’s upcoming titles, and we have some brilliant ones to show you. First of all, keep your eyes peeled for our Special Edition post coming soon on Ramez Naam’s amazing second novel, Crux. Cory Doctorow, author of Little Brother and Pirate Cinema has described Crux as “A blisteringly paced technothriller that dives deeper and even better into the chunky questions raised by Nexus. This is a fabulous book, and it ends in a way that promises at least one more. Count me in.” If this has whet your appetite, both