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AR Books: Available in Large Prints and Braille NOW!

The BIGGER the BETTER, right?!

Here’s some exciting news – we now have 21 of our brilliant books on Read How You Want, a fabulous website where you can access a bunch of our awesome stories in large print and in braille!

Each title will be available by the end of November and include, but aren’t limited to:

Numenera: The Night Clave by Shanna Germain & Monte Cook
Under the Pendulum Sun by Jeannette Ng
The Trials of Solomon Parker by Eric Scott Fischl
The Wrong Stars by Tim Pratt
Nanoshock by K.C. Alexander
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Join the Revolution – Read Everything We Publish

AR SubscriptionThink not of how squishy your fleshling bodies are, but how easily they might be encased in smooth, soothing steel. You can start the process by plating the inside of your head with robot wonder, and here’s an amazing way to do just that…

We offer you a new, improved 12 Month Subscription to Angry Robot ebooks, for just £100, or around $125. That’s every book we publish, including re-releases in different

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Simon Ings Praises If Then

If Then by Matthew de AbaituaWe’re really, really excited for the release of Matthew De Abaitua’s If Then next month and it looks like we’re not the only ones. Simon Ings, author of Wolves has also shown his excitement with this great review:

“Matthew de Abaitua has written a novel about employment, about daily labour, about the dignity or otherwise of the working individual. If Then is a love story, the history of a marriage, a topical

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Cover Reveals: Patrick S. Tomlinson’s The Ark & Trident’s Forge

Well do we have a treat for you this glorious Friday afternoon! If you head over to SF Signal right now you’ll have the chance to see not just one, but two, brand new covers designed by Larry Rostant at Artist Partners.

Both covers are for our shiny new ‘bot Patrick S. Tomlinson, whose debut novel The Ark  – a must for lovers of hard sci-fi – will be released this November. The Ark will be followed by the second in the The Dead Earth Series, Trident’s Forge in May 2016.

Here’s a flavour of what you can

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An Interview with Shakespeare

Hooray! Today marks the UK/R.o.W release of Craig Cormick‘s The Floating City, the second novel in The Shadow Master Series.

Described as Romeo & Juliet by way of Scott Lynch, you will definitely spy influences of the famous Bard running throughout the novel. As a famous plagiariser of the works of others, we thought we’d interview our old chum Will, to see how he feels about Craig taking inspiration from his work.

So, without further ado, ladies and gentlemen, William Shakespeare!

ANGRY ROBOT: Will – can I call you Will? – I wanted to begin by asking you ab

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Robot Round-Up 29/5/15

Howdy Roboteers,

What a week it’s been so far at Robot HQ! Firstly bidding farewell to lovely Caroline, who’s off on maternity leave from today, and then BEA and BookCon.

The Author, Danielle L. JensenHowever, we’re not the only ones busy as bees! Danielle L. Jensen is currently promoting Hidden Huntress, the hotly anticipated second book in the Malediction trilogy. Check out the various blogs, below, with which Danielle has been talking to about inspirations, writing styles and of course, which character she

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#Trollus hits Twitter

Twitter was awash with the glow of troll-light and the whisperings of an ancient city named #Trollus on Sunday night, as author Danielle L. Jensen joined a Twitter chat to answer her fans’ burning questions.

Afterwards, we had a quick chat with Danielle about how awesome it was to talk with her fans from across theScreen Shot 2015-04-30 at 10.40.40 world: “The Twitter chat was great fun – I plan to do it again after Hidden Huntress hits shelves, but at

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