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Hello, hello and welcome to another one of those-there Robot Round-Ups. We’ll start this week with:
Cassandra Rose Clarke‘s forthcoming science fiction romance The Mad Scientist’s Daughter (February 2013) was reviewed by Liam at The Troubled Scribe, who had this to say about it: “Readers and reviewers are going to absolutely love The
Hello, hello and welcome to another Robot Round-Up. It’s been a quiet week at Angry Robot HQ, what with half the Overlords jetting off to Chicago for Worldcon. But it’s been anything but quiet out in the AR-flavoured reaches of the Interwebs, with plenty of reviewage and interview action going down. Here’s what we’ve spotted this past week: (more…)
Who wants to know what we’re publishing in the first six months of next year? You sir, the discerning fellow at the back of the room? And you madam, the lady of impeccable taste in the front row? And how about you, eager young whippersnapper? Want to know what you’ll be spending your pocket money on next year? You do? Well, of course you do!
Here’s the low-down. Click the links or the book covers (where we’ve got ’em already) for full publication details, plus links to assorted online retailers so you can get those pre-orders in good and early,
We don’t always blow our own trumpet, so having spent a few, slightly tedious hours on a very hot day assembling the latest batch of samplers of some upcoming Angry Robot titles, we thought it worth reminding all you deeply lovely AR readers that we do, as standard, offer a free excerpt from every single one of our books.
Hello again, and welcome to our weekly links round-up of all the latest happenings from the Angry Robot flavoured reaches of the Internets. Or something like that. My last caffeine dose is wearing off, I probably need to re-charge. But I digress…
Hello, hello and welcome to the first Robot Round-Up of 2012. And what a lot of rounded-up stuff we’ve got to tell you about this week.
First things first: a reminder that the Angry Robot January eBooks Sale is still very much in effect. Between now and the end of January you’ll be able to pick up more than half our range of titles at half price or less, either direct from the Angry Robot Store (DRM-free ePub) or from your favourite online retailer of electronic literature, in the US, UK and beyond. Grab yourself a bargain while
Welcome once again to our regular Friday round-up of all that’s new and interesting in the world of Angry Robot. This week we kick off with:
Our very own Lee Harris has been interviewed by Spooky Reads as part of a new series of interviews with UK genre publishing folk about the current state of and future prospects for the publishing industry.
Here’s a fresh selection of Angry Robot sample chapters for you to read, download, fall in love with, share with your friends and rave about every time you hear the word ‘book’. Think of them as an early holiday season gift of free fiction-y goodness from your friendly Robot
This time out we’re previewing our first five 2012 titles: Adam Christopher‘s Empire State (Jan), Ian Whates‘s City of Light and Shadow (Jan), Dan Abnett‘s Embedded (Jan, b-format UK re-issue), David Tallerman‘s Giant Thief (Feb) and Lavie Tidhar‘s The
Hello, hello, hello and welcome to the latest Angry Robot Links round-up. It’s been another busy, busy week on the Interwebs, so without further palaver and to-do:
SFBook.com have announced the shortlist for their SFBook of the Year 2011 poll and two of those titles are ours: Dan Abnett‘s Embedded and Maurice Broaddus‘s King’s War. Both brilliant books, of course, and both deserving of at least few hundred more votes, we reckon. >cough< You’re still here..?
This signing has had to be cancelled, due to impending deadlines, ferocious dragons, and other writerly dangers.
Dan Abnett – Angry Robot author of the thoroughly modern Elizabethan adventure novel Triumff: Her Majesty’s Hero and the hard-hitting military-sf thriller Embedded – will (now not) be signing copies of his latest published works at Waterstone’s, New George Street, Plymouth, on Saturday November 26th from 11.00 a.m. through to 2.00 p.m.
Further details available from Waterstones.com.
[And yes, technically, this event has been organised by the fine folks at Black Library
Welcome to our latest round-up of what’s been happening in the online world of Angry Robot:
Another six Angry Robot Authors have been announced as attendees at next February’s SFX Weekender. Anne Lyle, Peter Crowther, Andy Remic, Gav Thorpe, Lavie Tidhar and David Tallerman, will be joining Dan Abnett, Adam Christopher and Guy Haley, who have already confirmed their attendance. Ticket information for what promises to be a cracking get-together at Prestatyn Sands, is available via www.sfxweekender.com/tickets.
In our April (wee bit late!) episode, we welcome Dan Abnett back to the show to talk about his new book, Embedded, which is in stores and available for download around the globe. (Attracting massive rave reviews everywhere too!)
Theme song courtesy of John Anealio – find more of his awesome/twisted science fiction-themed music at SciFi Songs.
Our contest this month is for a special treat from the Angry Robot Cupboard of Win (it’s a mystery!) Listen to find out how you can win!