Why should moviegoers have all the fun? The worlds of SF and fantasy on the big screen have long benefitted from the extra dimension that being shown in 3D has brought, and it’s high time we book people did the same. For too long, it’s only been the stories that have taken readers to new dimensions, but now the same is happening to the books themselves!
MORE GOOD NEWS FROM ROBOT TOWERS!
*Brass band breaks into song, confetti falls from impossible heights*
Smoke Eaters by Sean Grigsby has been setting the book world alight (heh), described as “an exciting story that breathes new life into the urban fantasy genre” in a Publishers Weekly starred review and “a treat” by Jason M. Hough, as well as gaining a whole batch of other lovely words from various lovely people.
And now we’re here to tell
That’s right, we loved Tristan Palmgren‘s inter-dimensional space opera Quietus so much that we had to have a second book! That book is Terminus and it will be available for your eyeholes this November!
WHOOT!!! Break out the champagne and get ready to get down with a great book, because we’ve just signed Jaine Fenn!
You might recognise the name of Jaine, and that’s probably because she has previous works under her belt, namely the acclaimed Gollancz series, Hidden Empire.
And now, this September we’ll be publishing Jaine’s science-fantasy novel Hidden Sun,
*EXCITING NEWS KLAXON!*
We have a new author! Patrice Sarath has pledged her soul to the Robots and will be carrying out our work, spreading the word of great books, great storytelling and great fantasy.
Her novel, The Sisters Mederos – a brilliant secondary fantasy with magic, bandits and a class system straight from the Victorian era – will be released in April 2018, just in time for FantasyCon, in fact!. You can read all about
Good news, Robot fans: we’ve created some pretty gosh-darn wonderful ebook omnibuses!
That’s right, in November you can treat yourself to omnibuses of The Malediction Novels by Danielle L Jensen, The Seven Forges Novels by James A Moore and The Fall of the Gas-Lit Empire series by Rod Duncan.
Excitingly, in January you can also purchase the first novel in Rod’s Map of Unknown Things series, The Queen of All Crows, which features our most wonderful Elizabeth – protagonist of the Gas-Lit Empire. The second novel in James’ The Tides of War series
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
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
If you’ve yet to hear we’ve signed the absolutely awesome Amber Royer!
Amber’s debut novel, Free Chocolate, will be hitting shelves in June 2018.
Hold up! I hear you cry. Free Chocolate? Yup, that’s the name, and the book is every bit as delicious as the name would suggest, full of delicious food, gorgeous aliens and cocoa pods. Here’s the synopsis:
Latina culinary arts student, Bo Benitez, becomes
Jasmine hails from Portland, Oregon and was drawn toward writing years before amidst a childhood of fantasy novels and 90s video games! Plus she has a passion for exploring themes of gender, sexuality, and disability through the conventions of speculative fiction and fantasy worldbuilding.
We’re very excited
We’re super excited and delighted to announce a new signing, author Micah Yongo! *Crowd goes wild*
Micah’s debut novel, Lost Gods, will be hitting bookshelves in April 2018. We can’t wait to share with you this wonderful epic fantasy, steeped in African folklore and featuring a young assassin hunted by his
Watch out: we have an absinthe-soaked, illuminati-tinged, steampunk dream for your visual cortex!
We absolutely love the first two covers in Carrie Patel‘s Recoletta series – the spectacular fantasy-whodunit set in an underground city where the classes are at war and intrigue and deceit lie around every corner.
That’s right, your favourite military SF novel of 2016 is getting a sequel, ready to smash its way into your cerebral cortex via your eyeballs this July!
Here’s the synopsis:
In a new Cold War between Earth and Mars, when devastating weapons go missing, there’s only one team you can call – the Outriders. When a fully-autonomous vessel with orbital strike capabilities goes missing,
As you may have seen over on the Barnes & Noble SF & F Blog we’ve announced a bit of exciting news… that we’ve signed Hugo Award-winning author Tim Pratt for a bloody wonderful new space opera, The Wrong Stars.
Here’s the synopsis:
A ragtag crew of humans and posthumans discover alien technology that could change the fate of humanity… or awaken an ancient evil and destroy all life in the galaxy.
The close-knit crew
Rejoice! It’s new cover time, and today we have an absolute beauty for you.
You might remember last year’s brilliant portal fantasy An Accident of Stars by Foz Meadows, described as “the portal fantasy I’ve spent my whole life waiting for” by Tor’s Liz Bourke. Now we’re showing off the cover – created by Hugo Award-winning artist Julie Dillon – for the amazing sequel, A Tyranny of Queens.
But first, here’s the synopsis:
Saffron Coulter is back on Earth, but even so, nothing is easy. Struggling with the victimising expectations of her friends and family and threatened with
You all know how much we love Ferrett Steinmetz and his amazing ‘Mancer series (Flex, The Flux, Fix), right? Well, when Ferrett told us he’d written a new standalone novel we wanted it so much that we took his entire family hostage until such a time as he signed a contract with us, in his own blood, promising fealty, book rights and doughnuts each month until the end of time.