Tag: Chris F. Holm

Angry Robot, Author Appearances, Books, Robot Round-Up

Robot Round-Up, 02.11.12

We’ve got a double-dose of Round-Up action for you this week, seeing as we didn’t quite manage to round anything up last week (our regular compiler-unit was sent on a top secret mission into SIBA-held territory on the Thursday night and as a direct consequence of its actions had to spend most of Friday in the repair bays, recuperating). Let’s kick off our fortnight’s worth of reviews, interviews and more with…

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Angry Robot, Author Appearances, Books, Robot Round-Up

Robot Round-Up 19.10.12

Hello, hello and welcome to the latest Robot Round-Up, our weekly robo-compendium of Angry Robot flavoured online happenings. A short but sweet selection for you this week, so without further ado:

The Dead of Winter, by Lee CollinsWe’re seeing a steadily rising tide of reviews of Lee Collins‘s weird western debut, The Dead of Winter. Cape Rust, reviewing for Geek Life, said: “Collins has provided us with and entertaining story in

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Angry Robot, Author Appearances, Robot Round-Up

Robot Round-Up, 12.10.12

Hello, hello and welcome to this week’s Robot Round-Up. Slightly more svelte and manageable than last week’s monster instalment, but no less packed with Good Stuff. Dive on in!

The Wrong Goodbye, by Chris F. HolmChris F. Holm‘s newly-published second Collector novel, The Wrong Goodbye, has been reviewed by Kristin at My Bookish Ways who said: “This series is urban fantasy at its best with subtle noir undertones and the combo

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Angry Robot, Author Appearances, Books, Robot Round-Up

Robot Round-Up, 05.10.12

Hello, hello and welcome to a bumper, double-sized Robot Round-Up. Most of the AR crew was down at Fantasycon in Brighton last weekend, so we were a tad on the busy side – schmoozing, drinking, pontificating on panels, drinking, selling books, drinking and… well, drinking – so we’ve been saved everything up for a full fortnight’s worth (and then some) of AR linkage action. And here it is!

The Wrong Goodbye, by Chris F. Holm

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Happy UK Publication Day to Chris F. Holm, David Tallerman and Maurice Broaddus!

Today is the official publication day for three brand new Angry Robot books: Chris F. Holm‘s second Collector series novel, The Wrong Goodbye, David Tallerman‘s second Tale of Easie Damasco, Crown Thief, and the three-in-one omnibus edition of Maurice Broaddus‘s modern-day re-telling of the Arthurian myth-cycle, The Knights of Bretton Court.

UK residents rejoice! Those with a print preference can now dash on down to their favourite high-street bookstore and throw money at the booksellers in exchange for paperbacks. Happy day!

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Happy US/CAN & ebook Publication Day, Messrs Holm, Tallerman and Broaddus!

Today is US, Canada and ebook publication day for Angry Robot’s October titles (which will be available in UK bookstores from Thursday October 4th).

Our October line-up contains two fantastic sequels and a power-packed three-volume omnibus, in the form of Chris F. Holm‘s second Collector series novel The Wrong Goodbye, David Tallerman‘s second Tale of all-round rascal Easie Damasco, Crown Thief and that aforementioned omnibus edition Maurice Broaddus‘s extraordinary modern-day retelling of the Arthurian myth-cycle, The Knights of Breton Court.

Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to pick up a

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Angry Robot, Robot Round-Up

Robot Round-Up, 21.09.12

Hello, hello and welcome to another round-up of Angry Robot Author Activity from around the Interwebs. Here’s what we’ve got for you this week:

Mockingbird, by Chuck WendigWe’ve seen a fresh batch of reviews this week for the second outing of the wonderful, irrepressible, un-putdownable Miriam Black in Chuck Wendig‘s Mockingbird:
• Bane of Kings at The Founding Fields said: “A dark and gritty page-turner. Wendig’s second Miriam Black novel is a brilliant

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Angry Robot, Exclusive Excerpts, Freebies

New Extracts: The Wrong Goodbye, Crown Thief, The Knights of Breton Court, The Dead of Winter

Our October new releases will be unleashed on the world in just a couple of weeks’ time. Soon you’ll be able to head on down to your favourite bookstore (or make with the clicking on your favourite online retailer’s website) and grab a copy of The Wrong Goodbye by Chris F. Holm, Crown Thief by David Tallerman and the three-volume omnibus edition of The Knights of Breton Court by Maurice Broaddus. Once you have them safely in-hand (or on-reader) you can scamper off to your reading-cave and devour them without pause, snarling like a

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Angry Robot, Author Appearances, Books, Robot Round-Up

Robot Round-Up, 14.09.12

Hello, hello and welcome to this week’s Robot Round-Up. Our compiler ‘bot lost his Internet connection for an hour this afternoon, just as he was making a start on this write-up. So seeing as he has at least one eye-module on the rapidly-approaching hour of beer o’clock, you’ll have to excuse him if he skips the intro and gets the heck on with it…

The Corpse-Rat King, by Lee BattersbyWe’ve seen a couple more

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Angry Robot, Author Appearances, Robot Round-Up

Robot Round-Up, 07.09.12

Hello, hello and welcome to another Robot Round-Up from your Angry, metallic chums. It’s been a massive week here at AR towers, with the hugely-anticipated publication of the first books from our YA imprint, Strange Chemistry. Our Amanda-bot has been working her nuts (as in: ‘…and bolts’, obviously) off to get everything ready and now the books are in the wild all she has to do is sit back and bask in the waves of rapturous applause. Oh, and push ahead with the ongoing Strange Chemistry publishing programme of course. Watch the SC space, folks, it’s going to

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Angry Robot, Author Appearances, Robot Round-Up

Robot Round-Up, 24.08.12

Hello, hello and welcome to another Robot Round-Up. We’re just days away from the US/CAN & Ebook release of three brand new titles: one eagerly-awaited mega-sequel, one likewise hugely-anticipated follow-up and one absolute blinder of a debut, if we do say so ourselves (which we most certainly do). So, let’s get on with the linkapalooza, shall we? Yes, let’s:

Mockingbird, by Chuck WendigChuck Wendig‘s second Miriam Black novel, Mockingbird, is so close now you can

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