Yep – it’s almost time for Angry Robot to storm the battlements once more and retake our crown. What better weapon to use to crush our foes and dismantle their war machines, than the start of a new, truly epic fantasy series?
Gav Thorpe‘s The Crown of the Blood is just the book to help us defeat the usurpers and win the hand of the fair maidens that are… oh, it’s only Monday morning, and I think I’ve already
If you’re in the London area (or can travel to it) next Wednesday (25th August), it’s well worth popping into Belgravia, where I will be interviewing multi-million-selling novelist, comic-writer and screenwriter, Dan Abnett for the British Science Fiction Association (BSFA).
Dan is a great speaker, and with over 20 years’ experience in the business, he’s always fascinating to listen to.
So, whether you’re a fan of his comic work, his Black Library novels, his TV
Mike Shevdon‘s superb urban fantasy Sixty-One Nails was hugely popular when it was published in the UK last autumn. The equally-wonderful sequel – The Road to Bedlam – is published in the UK on September 2nd, but you can whet your appetites with the first few chapters, here – that’s 50-something pages for your reading pleasure.
Oh, and before you sit down to read it, make sure you have a box of tissues to hand – it’s
I’m impressed by the moral neutrality. Similar to the work of Tom Lloyd, this is a book about warring factions, each of them convinced that they are in the right… To paraphrase (badly), no one has ever
I’m a big fan of the short story – anyone who knows me will tell you that. Well, they’ll tell you if you ask them – it’s not the sort of thing that would necessarily be voluntarily offered. Have you seen Lee? He likes short stories, you know. Won’t happen.
Angry Robot set its stall out from the very start as an imprint that would be trying different approaches to delivering stories. Over the last year we’ve been fortunate to be in a prime position to take advantage of the surge in eBook editions. Now here’s another idea we’d like to run past you.
While writing Walking the Tree, ace AR author Kaaron Warren naturally concentrated on her central character, Lillah. But as she explored that woman’s incredible journey around Botanica’s
At its dark heart, this is a novel about families and how they function, or fail to function, after tragedy. Stevie is the broken child who’s never allowed or forced to grow up, skimming through her adult life and relationships without ever really interacting
No, no, not from some kind of human bondage or incarceration in a dank and dismal prison cell.
Free as in “gratis”, for nowt, zilch, zero spondooliks. To get to the point, Apex are featuring a bloody fabulous short story by Maurice Broaddus, dashing and debonair author of King Maker, which is just the first of three volumes in his frankly brilliant Knights of Breton