Hello, hello and welcome to this week’s Robot Round-Up of all the Angry Robot flavoured activity that we’ve spotted out there in the big, wide Internets since this time last week. Lots to tell you about, so without further ado or kerfuffle:
On our bi-weekly stalk of our authors’ Facebook pages, blogs and Twitter streams, we came across this little gem – a fan-made trailer for Tim Waggoner‘s brilliant urban fantasy Nekropolis. A lot of thought and care went into making this, and we’re duly impressed. It’s quite short, so click on PLAY and have a look.
And for those of you aching for more words from that nice Mr Waggoner, well, we just might have some news for you, soon…
Today is US, Canada and ebook publication day for Angry Robot’s February 2013 releases (which will be available in UK print edition from bookstores and online retailers on Thursday February 7th).
Which means that our North American friends can now feast their eyes on Cassandra Rose Clarke‘s second novel (her first for Angry Robot), the heart-wrenching science fictional tale of love, loss and robots that is The Mad Scientist’s Daughter. And fans of Lee Collins‘s debut – the dark fantasy weird western The Dead of Winter, which we published in November – will be delighted to
Hello and welcome to another Robot Round-Up. Off we go:
Cassandra Rose Clarke‘s rather wonderful tale of love, loss and robots, The Mad Scientist’s Daughter is so very nearly almost, almost with us – Feb 7th in the UK, Jan 29th in the US and Ebook – and we’ve seen a flood of great new reviews this week, like these:
So many great books, so many great authors, so many great events!
Here are some launch highlights for the next three months:
Hello and welcome to another Robot Round-Up. We’ve got snow here in the UK, which means half the nation has ground to a halt and the whole of Scandinavia is laughing up their sleeves at us. But that’s probably nothing new. Anyhow, all of the above has very little to do with this week’s collection of links-of-Angry-Robot-interest, which looks a little something (or, indeed, rather a lot) like this:
Wotcha. Robot Round-Up time. Bit shorter than last week’s epic, but still plenty of good stuff to tell you about, starting with:
The Merchant of Dreams, the second book in Anne Lyle‘s Night’s Masque series, was reviewed by Tammy at Books, Bones & Buffy, who enjoyed the “beautifully written story” but felt she missed out on a lot of back-story through not having read
Hello and welcome to the first Robot Round-Up of 2013! It’s been three weeks since our last, pre-holiday-season Round-Up, which means there’s absolutely loads to tell you about. So, without further ado or faff, strap yourselves in and off we’ll go.
Today is the official, UK-print Publication Day of Angry Robot’s January 2013 releases (which have actually been available in US/CAN bookstores and ebook format since the middle of December, but that’s warehousing systems for you…)
Our January selection features the following top-notch titles: Ramez Naam‘s thought- and action-packed science fiction debut, Nexus, the second enthralling instalment in Anne Lyle‘s Night’s Masque Elizabethan fantasy saga, The Merchant of Dreams, and an omnibus edition of all three volumes of World Fantasy Award-winning author Lavie Tidhar‘s steampunk classic, The Bookman Histories.
What better way to kick-start your
The books and artists below are listed simply as an aide-mémoire – not as a list of recommendations. Similarly, the genre listed beside each book is a suggestion – many of these titles are multi-genre, so don’t take the suggestions
In celebration, and to usher in the new year we’re offering 25% off all Angry Robot ebooks until January 3rd. And remember – our ebooks are DRM-free, and always have been!
To take advantage of this offer, head over to the Robot Trading
And what do I need to do to win these audible delights? I hear you ask? Well, that’s a very good question, we reply – thanks for joining in! Simply leave a Christmas joke* in the comments
Today is US, Canada and ebook publication day for Angry Robot’s January 2013 releases (which will be available in UK bookstores from Thursday January 3rd).
Our January selection features a thrilling science fiction debut, Nexus by Ramez Naam, an intriguing historical fantasy sequel, The Merchant of Dreams by Anne Lyle, and an action-packed omnibus edition of three steampunk classics from a World Fantasy Award-winning author, The Bookman Histories by Lavie Tidhar.
You just know that any (or all!) of the above would make wonderful holiday-season (take your pick) gifts for the avid sf/f/wtf!? readers
Hello, hello and welcome to what could, quite possibly, depending on how next week goes, be the last Robot Round-Up of 2012. If that does indeed turn out to be the case then rest assured that our compiler-bots we’ll save everything that comes in between now and the start of January for a bumper holiday season Round-Up early in the New Year. But right now, on with the links!
The plaudits for Ramez
“Naam displays a Michael Crichton-like ability to explain cutting-edge research via the medium of an airport techno-thriller.”
“His breathtaking expertise and confidence as a writer makes Naam the only serious successor to Michael Crichton working
Hello, hello and welcome to another one of those-there Robot Round-Ups. We’ll start this week with:
Cassandra Rose Clarke‘s forthcoming science fiction romance The Mad Scientist’s Daughter (February 2013) was reviewed by Liam at The Troubled Scribe, who had this to say about it: “Readers and reviewers are going to absolutely love The Mad