War is coming to Hob Ravani’s world. The company that holds it in monopoly, TransRift Inc, has at last found what they’re looking for–the source of the power that enables their Weathermen to
Hate Valentine’s Day? Not in the mood to go out and watch couples snogging in a corner? Fancy staying in with an excellent book instead? Well, let Angry Robot be your cheap date!
For just £1 (or the equivalent) we’ll send you a surprise book to curl up with on the 14th.
It might not be able to draw you a hot bath and cover you in chocolate but we can promise you’ll traverse universes,
We do like a good charity and finding a way to support one through book sales is one of our favourite things to do. After last year’s campaign to support Freedom Service Dogs of America with a pre-order campaign for Wendy N Wagner’s An Oath of Dogs we’re going to do another pre-order campaign, this time for Sean Grigsby‘s Smoke Eaters!
It seems apt, seeing as when
There’s already *quite* the buzz for the release of The Traitor God – which hits shelves in June 2018 – with New York Public Library including it in its ‘Most Anticipated Books of 2018‘ list and Neil Williamson calling Cameron “a real name to watch in the epic fantasy genre”.
However, until the book is available for your grabby hands why not feast your eyes upon the full cover over on The Fantasy
As you may have seen, author of Kojiki and Kokoro, Keith Yatsuhashi, was at SFF convention Arisia in Boston last week. Turns out he had so much fun we asked him to write just a little guest post about his experience, which he did! So, without further ado, we’ll hand on over to Keith to tell us about his experience of fandom and being an author at a con:
A Weekend of Fandom, Networking,
“Sisters, sisters, never met such devoted sisters. Caring, sharing… umm, becoming bandits and scaring…” Okay, so our dastardly duo aren’t quite the sisters depicted in Irving Berlin’s classic but trust us, you’ll want to get to know these two and their hustling ways!
Luckily, the wait won’t be long as The Sisters Mederos by Patrice Sarath hits shelves this April. And now we’ve an excellent cover to show off – as well as an exclusive excerpt of the prologue and first chapter – over on the B&N Sci-Fi & Fantasy Blog.
Props to Paul Young (no, not
The Wrong Stars follows a ragtag crew of the ship the White Raven, as they discover an alien technology that could change the fate of humanity, or unleash an ancient evil which could
Keith Yatsuhashi, author of wonderfully fun urban fantasy with an anime twist Kojiki and sequel Kokoro, will be appearing at Arisia – New England’s largest and most diverse sci-fi & fantasy convention.
Arisia is taking place this weekend (Jan 12 – 15) in Boston and will be full to the brim with anime, SF&F, costuming, weapons (just for show… we think) and music tracks. There’s something for everyone!
Keith is well known for being
It’s here. Oh my GOODNESS, it’s here!
The Body Library continues the adventures of John Nyquist – who we first met in last August’s A Man of Shadows – as he enters a city where stories take on a life of their own.
Here’s the synopsis:
In a city where words come to life and reality is infected by stories, private eye John Nyquist wakes up in a
The Tides of War returns! Fallen Gods, James A Moore’s sequel to the acclaimed The Last Sacrifice is here at last. Brogan McTyre and his band of warriors are taking on their deities, it’s a hell of a ride…
Brogan McTyre and his compatriots are wanted, dead or alive. Preferably alive, so they can be sacrificed to the raging gods. All they can do is hire more mercenaries and turn them into
*Queue celebratory aerial display by troop of fancy, glitter covered crows*
As is the way with these things, Rod will be holding and/or taking part in a few events over the next month, so if you’re in or near to Leicester, UK do pop on over to get your
The Open Door 2017 has now closed. Thank you, thank you to everyone who submitted their proposals over the last two months. A last-day flurry, notably amongst folks for whom GMT is something of an alien concept, meant that we decided to keep the way open for a few more hours. Well done to anyone who was able to sneak in under the metal shutters just before they rattled down.
Total submissions this year: 1,086 full novels
We’ve already started reading, but of course be patient with the Robots as we work down the pile to yours. We will be
Firefighter Cole Brannigan is on the verge of retirement after 30 years on the job, and a decade fighting dragons. But during his final fire call, he discovers he’s immune to dragon smoke. It’s such a rare power that he’s immediately conscripted into the elite dragon-fighting force known as the Smoke Eaters. Retirement cancelled, Brannigan is re-assigned as a lowly rookie, chafing under his superiors. So when he discovers a plot to take over the city’s government, he takes matters into his own hands. With
Twas the week before Christmas and all through the base
Not a creature was stirring…
…Except for our Nick that is, who was running around stringing up festive entrails disguised as decorations. Alas, the smell got a bit too much for bipedal carbon-based marketing manager Mike, who demanded that we string up something that hadn’t in a former life been, well… strung up.
Never ones to upset others over the festive period we decided to heed Mike’s cries to make some
Exciting news! The king of grimdark, knight of fantasy, honorific of horror and president of podcasts James A Moore will be answering all of your questions in an AMA this Thursday, December 21!
Head on over to r/fantasy to ask Jim anything you’d like, including HOW he writes so many books, WHERE he does all of his scribbling and WHY for such a jolly man he has such a dark, dark writing style.