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Angry Robot at EdgeLit

It’s back! EdgeLit, the Midlands’ foremost literary day festival is back at the QUAD in Derby, showcasing some of the SFFH’s finest literary talent, including Frances Hardinge, Paul Tremblay and of course, some fantastic Angry Robot authors!

This year both Rod Duncan and Micah Yongo will be making appearances, as well as Andy Remic, Gav Thorpe and Jen Williams (who we only publish in the US of A but who we love, so we’re including here).

Here’s where they’ll be on the day:

10AM
Imposter Syndrome: At What Point Do You Become

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Exclusive Excerpts

Cleave Monday in Two with Free Chapters of The Iron Wolves by Andy Remic

The Iron Wolves by Andy Remic
The Iron Wolves

Smash the Monday blues with some hardcore grimdark action: Andy Remic’s The Iron Wolves will hack and grind all your suffering into beautiful book tears. Read the first three chapters here, for free, and take control of your week.

Thirty years ago, the Iron Wolves held back mud-orc hordes at the Pass of Splintered Bones, and led a brutal charge that saw the

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Author Appearances

Fabulous Fantasy Fundraiser

 

Fabulous Fantasy FundraiserOne hundred fantasy authors!

One hundred signed books!

Six lucky winners!

Two auctions!

One amazing charity!

The Booknest is running a festive fundraiser for Doctors Without Borders (aka Médecins Sans Frontières), a charity which carries out vital humanitarian work around the world, providing medical aid where it’s needed the most.

To support this wonderful cause a hundred fantasy authors have donated signed books for two special festive auctions, including Robots

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Start Reading Twilight of the Dragons For Free

Twilight of the Dragons by Andy RemicSometimes you just need “a bold, brash, bloody story” (Beauty in Ruins) and Andy Remic‘s Twilight of the Dragons more than meets those expectations: “an undeniably brutal, no-holds barred grimdark, which grabs a reader by the throat and never lets go” (Bookwraiths).

What’s not to love? We’ve slipped a few chapters online for free so you can whet your appetite. Here’s the synopsis:

During a recent dwarf civil-war deep under the Karamakkos

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All things Fantasycon and the winning of lovely awards

bfs_1Sorry to report but the Robots are a little rust-tinged and creaky this morning, as we attempt to kickstart ailing battery packs back to life after a splendid weekend at the UK Fantasycon, organised by the British Fantasy Society. Held in the once-majestic shambolic splendour of the Grand Hotel in Scarborough, a combination of wonderful people, fine autumnal seaside weather and us winning the Best Independent Publisher 2016 award made

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Nook ‘First in Series’ Sale

Heads up, drones! The lovely folk over at Nook are running a ‘first in series’ promotion and are featuring eight Angry Robot titles! Please check below for titles and prices.

Each will be on sale from January 12 (today) until January 18.

Stolen SongbirdStolen Songbird by Danielle L. Jensen

For five centuries, a witch’s curse has bound the trolls to their city beneath the mountain. When Cécile de Troyes is kidnapped and taken beneath the mountain, she realises that the

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Angry Robot in Best of 2015 Lists

There’s nothing more exciting for a publisher as the year comes to an end than reading Best Of lists and scouring for our titles. 2015 has been a particularly kind year with a hefty crop Angry Robot titles appearing in lists all over the internet. We’ve decided to collect some of them here for your pleasure – post in the comments if there are any other titles you’d add to your favourites of 2015 list!

Firstly Buzzfeed featured both The Rebirths of Tao by Wesley Chu and Apex by Ramez Naam in their 24 Best Science Fiction Books of 2015.

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Robot Round-Up 04/09/15

Hi there,

It’s been a busy couple of weeks on the orbiting death engine, with September titles being published and blog tours in full flow.

Santa Monica-based Adam Rakunas spoke with the Santa Monica Mirror about his debut novel, Windswept and the length of time he took to write his first novel. He then popped over to chat with the lovely John Scalzi about his Big Idea for Windswept – apparently pineapple juice and  a vacation in Hawaii provided the inspiration for Santee Anchorage, where the novel is based. Food and drink are apparently close to Adam’s heart, as he

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Angry Robot Invades Forbidden Planet

We’ve manned the death rays, calibrated our shielding devices and polished our carapaces, which can only mean one thing – Angry Robot is taking over Forbidden Planet!

Over the next two Thursdays a crack team of our finest British authors will be visiting both Forbidden Planet Birmingham and London for signings, readings and even a panel. The events are free, so just roll up and join in the invasion fun.

Different Worlds, Different Times – Forbidden Planet Megastore, Birmingham
Thursday 20 August
18:00 – 19:00

Come down to Forbidden Planet Birmingham to watch Angry Robot

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GoodReads Giveaways

In preparation for September launch day (1 Sept (USA/Can) / 3 Sept (UK/R.o.W) we’re offering five copies of each of our September books as giveaways over at GoodReads.

Check the handy widgets further down the page to be taken through to the giveaways but first, here’s what you can win.

If Then by Matthew de AbaituaIf Then, Matthew De Abaitua:

In the near future, after the collapse of society as we know it, one English town survives

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Cover Reveal: The Dragon Engine

Do you love an ass-kicking dragon that could beat Smaug in a fight any day? How about an ass-kicking dragon that could beat Smaug and appear to be made from metal? Well, in that case you’re going to love the new cover for Andy Remic‘s forthcoming novel, The Dragon Enginewhich features the most excellent metal bodied, red eyed, fiery mouthed giant lizard around. The cover was designed by the brilliant Lee Gibbons. You can see more of Lee’s work over at his blog.

Here’s what you can expect from the book, which is released on 1 Sept (US/Can) 3

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More Books from Jay Posey and Andy Remic

Following yesterday’s successful #RobotReboot with the publication of Carrie Patel‘s The Buried LifeFerrett Steinmetz‘s Flex, and a slick MM re-issue of Ramez Naam‘s Nexus, we are delighted to pass on some more good news: we have signed up both Jay Posey and Andy Remic for more fantastic books.

Jay Posey will finish out his acclaimed Duskwalker trilogy, with Dawnbreaker, in August 2015 and will release Outriders, a military SF novel, in 2016.

Andy Remic’s titles, The Dragon Engine and Twilight of the Dragons, are set in the same world as his Rage of King series, and will start with The Dragon

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12 Days, Christmas, On Sale

12 Days of Christmas: Recap

For the last 12 days we’ve brought you 2014’s titles at the knock-down festive promotional price of only £1, or your current equivalent. If you missed any of the daily offers, fear not as the deal is available until 2 January, 2015. Here’s a handy list of all the books we included and also links to the posts; click through for extra treats from some of your favourite authors.

13 December: Andy Remic’s The Iron Wolves

14 December: Justin Gustainis’ Hard Spell, Evil Dark, and Known Devil

15 December: Matthew Hughes’

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Book Announcements, Christmas, On Sale

12 Days of Christmas: Anna Kashina and Freya Robertson

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.

Today, we have some epic fantasies to offer you: Freya Robertson‘s The Elemental Wars books, Heartwood and Sunstone, as well as book 1 in Anna Kashina‘s The Majat CodeBlades of the Old Empire.

Here’s how to take advantage of our seasonal special offer:

1. Visit the Robot Trading Company
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