After the joy of GenCon over in the States, it’s finally time for the UK to get a bite of the convention apple, as Nine Worlds is happening this weekend in London!
We’ll be sending down a crack team of Robots to
take over attend the con, set on chatting with you and reigning triumphant over every board game going.
If there’s one thing that the Angry Robot horde love to do, it’s to crawl out of our writing holes and have a chat. Partially it’s because we need to see the light of day and socialise after a hard few months of writing, but also it’s because we love you guys. You keep us doing what we do.
So that’s why we’re all over the place this year at various conventions, exhibitions and festivals. Below is a list of where the we’ll be throughout 2015, so if you want to pop down and say hi, or you’re in the
So far, our 12 Days of Christmas ebook promo has gifted you bargain copies of books from Andy Remic, Justin Gustainis, Joseph D’Lacey and Matthew Hughes. You can still get these titles at the bargain price by following the instructions below.
Here’s how to take advantage of our seasonal special offer:1. Visit the Robot Trading Company
Here’s how to take advantage of our seasonal special offer:1. Visit the Robot Trading Company at www.robottradingcompany.com2. Add the book(s) you’d like to buy to your shopping basket3. Add the magic word ‘mincepie’ to the ‘coupon/voucher’ box4. Click the ‘update basket’ button and the discount will be applied
We’re delighted to announce that Titan Books are joining us for our Forbidden Planet evening! Not only can you meet some of our authors, but also a host of greats from Titan.
Taking place in the London Megastore on Wednesday 13 August from 6 – 7pm, join us to meet the following authors:
• Chris Achilleos
• Madeline Ashby
• Gregory Benford
• Adam Christopher
• Wesley Chu
• Cory Doctorow
• Phil & Kaja Foglio
• Anne Lyle
• Ramez Naam
We’re already set for a bumper evening with Anne Lyle, Mike Shevdon, Adam Christopher, Wesley Chu and Madeline Ashby at Forbidden Planet on Wednesday 13 August at 6pm, but we’re delighted to announce that Ramez Naam will also be joining us!
Join us for an evening of readings, signing, and robotic dance moves. Enjoy an informal
Tuesday 1 July marked 5 years from Angry Robot’s first books – Lauren Beukes‘ Moxyland and Kaaron Warren‘s Slights – and throughout this week we are celebrating with daily staff blog posts and giveaways! Author guest posts and other cool giveaways will be popping up on various sites so keep an eye out for our #AngryRobot5 on Twitter for new posts.
We’ve already had our Senior Editor, Lee Harris, with his Top 5 Reasons Angry Robot Rules, MD Marc Gascoigne with 5 lessons learned, and Publicity Manager Caroline Lambe with her 5 Favourite Angry Robot Characters. Next up is Mike Underwood,
Greetings, Robot Army!
Yesterday I assembled four amazing authors to the Angry Robot orbital platform for a discussion of long-term world domination planning.
Oh, how silly of me. That was the other meeting. What I meant to say is that we were talking about Series Writing – how to do it, why so many writers work in series, and how to make each work in a series stand on its own and/or build a larger story.
You can watch (or re-watch) the video
Hello, all! Mike here, with news of our third Angry Robot Live! panel.
On Wednesday, at 11:30AM PDT/2:30PM EDT/7:30PM BST, we’re going to be talking about series writing (how to do it, why to do it, how not to do it), with four fantastic Angry Robot authors:
Adam Christopher, Sir Julius Vogel-award-winner and author of Empire State, The Age Atomic, Seven Wonders, Hang Wire, and others.
Anne Lyle, Syndey J. Bounds-nominated author of The Alchemist of Souls, The Merchant of Dreams, and The Prince of Lies.
Carrie Patel, author of the forthcoming The
The lovely folks over at SFX have teamed up with us angrier people and together we’re delighted to bring you TWO free ebooks!
In case you didn’t notice with all our earlier celebrations, we’re pretty proud of reaching our 100th book release – Adam Christopher‘s Hang Wire, and we’re rounding this out with an exclusive offer for all SFX readers.
This month we talk to Adam Christopher about Russian dopplegangers. As well as his new book, Hang Wire.
Hang Wire Buying Info:
Hello to all you robots (angry or otherwise!),
And in honour of last night’s book signing event at the Forbidden Planet Megastore in London we’re bringing you some of the more recent reviews to remind everyone what a fantastic book this is!
Hang Wire by Adam Christopher
Over the last four-and-a-bit years, we’ve published a range of SF/F/WTF? that we’re immensely proud of; from our very first titles, Moxyland by Lauren Beuekes and Slights by Kaaron Warren to today’s 100th title, Adam Christopher‘s Hang Wire. We’ve had award-winners (Lauren’s Zoo City), great sellers (such as Ramez Naam‘s Nexus, amongst many more) and critically-acclaimed titles, such as Cassandra Rose Clarke‘s The Mad Scientist’s Daughter (also just nominated for the Philip K. Dick award!).
Round up time again, and this week we’re taking a look at our 100th book(!), Adam Christopher’s Hang Wire. We’ve been getting some great reviews, and there are also some cool competitions running to celebrate 100 Angry Robot books!
Hang Wire by Adam Christopher
We’ve had such a great response to Hang Wire, but before we dive into what you guys have been saying about it, let’s take a look at some of things Adam has been up to.
On Thursday 6th March, from 6 – 7 pm, Adam Christopher will be signing copies of Hang Wire and The Burning Dark at Forbidden Planet Megastore (179 Shaftesbury Avenue, London SE1 0UP). Find out more about the event on Forbidden Planet’s site.
It’s sure to be a fantastic evening, so order your copy now or pick up your special Limited Edition Hardcover from Forbidden Planet at the event! And watch out for cool competitions on the night!
Hope we’ll see you there!