As you know, we’re about to embark on our #AROpenDoor2017 (yes, we’ve hashtagged it, go with us on this). So far we’ve told you what we want, what we don’t want, and given you some top notch, high quality robot GIFs, you lucky ducks!
But what about author experience of the process? Well right now, for your reading pleasure, we’ve a little blog post from our 2011 Open Door alumni, Wesley Chu. You may know Wes’ name as he now has three successful series under his belt, with one currently in development for TV and the another for the big
Wonderful news for Nook users and science fiction fans in North America!
All three of Wesley Chu‘s groundbreaking sci-fi action Tao trilogy novels are available todayon the Nook Daily Find. The Lives of Tao is just $1.99 and the follow ups (The Deaths of Tao and The Rebirths of Tao) are $2.99 each. If you haven’t read them yet, there has never been a better time – go get them tiger: Nook Daily Find.
Time Siege, the second in Wesley Chu‘s Time Salvager series, is set to hit all good bookstores in July 2016. However in an exciting turn of events, we’re able to share the UK cover with you today! First, though, a look at the synopsis:
Having been haunted by the past and enslaved by the present, James Griffin-Mars is taking control of the future.
On Saturday night the Hugo Awards were held at Sasquan, and our authors were there to cheer on Wesley Chu, nominated for the John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer(don’t forget kids, it’s not a Hugo).
As you may have seen, Wesley won the award this year and there’s now a shiny new trophy taking pride of place on his mantelpiece.
We grabbed Wes to hear what he had to say about his
Wesley will be reading from his latest book, Time Salvager, while Ramez will be treating guests to a reading from the final instalment in his Nexus trilogy, Apex. They will also both be happy to answer questions and sign things, too.
Time Salvager: In a future when Earth is a toxic, abandoned world and humanity has spread into the outer solar system to survive,
We here at Angry Robot Books, home to Wesley Chu’s best-selling Lives of Tao series and forthcoming Rise of Io series, are delighted to announce that we have agreed a two-book deal for Wesley’s forthcoming Time Salvager series with Tor. We will be providing eager readers in the UK and Commonwealth with both physical and ebook copies, releasing on Thursday 9 July. For more info on this fast-paced time travel adventure, click through to the book’s page here.
We are delighted to announce that Wesley Chu, author of the award-winning Lives of Tao series, has signed on for three new science fiction novels in an Angry Robot Books record six-figure deal.
The World English deal, signed with agent Russell Galen, is for Wesley’s new standalone series starting with The Rise of Io, publishing in August 2016. Although The Rise of Io is set in the same warring Genjix and Prophus universe as the Lives of Tao books, this brand new series will open the Quasing world to new readers as well as fans of the hugely successful
On April 30th, 2013, The Lives of Tao was released upon the world. Today is officially my one year anniversary of being a published author. To be honest, this date crept up on me when I sat down to write this post. So much has happened. How could it have only been a year?
Not gonna lie;I feel like I’ve been playing this writing game for a long time now, as if I was living dog years or maybe fruit fly lives or what not. I couldn’t quite figure out how the past year felt so different from the ones
As part of our 12 Days of Christmas, we’re bringing you some of your favourite authors talking about what Christmas is to them…in whatever form they like! We’re also bringing you their books at only £1!
Well, well, post-WFC slump, we laugh in your face! Because we came back to work to the wonderful news that Wesley Chu‘s The Lives of Taohas been nominated for the Goodreads Choice Awards 2013 for Best SciFi! Wes is amongst some of the finest writers including Margaret Atwood, Peter F. Hamilton, John Scalzi, and Orson Scott Card, and damn, does he deserve to be there.
Eighteen months ago, the raging automatons and I made an alliance to take over the world. With their massive droid army and worldwide distribution, and my Kung-Fu grip and bravely stupid bravery, we’ve embarked