Tag: epic fantasy

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Lost Gods Sequel, plus Translation

Lost Gods by Micah YongoThat’s right you’re hearing us correctly, Micah Yongo‘s superb epic fantasy, Lost Gods, has a sequel! Pale Kings will continue the incredible story of the Five Realms as the gods return to claim their world. The novel will be available for downloading to your ocular nerve endings in April 2019.

If that news wasn’t exciting enough, we’ve got translation news too! Lost Gods is right now being translated

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Author Appearances, Book Announcements, Guest Posts, Writers

New Author: Micah Yongo

We’re super excited and delighted to announce a new signing, author Micah YongoAR author Micah Yongo! *Crowd goes wild*
*Robot dance*

Micah is an author from Manchester, UK. You can find him over on his blog, The Mancophile, or on Twitter.

Micah’s debut novel, Lost Gods, will be hitting bookshelves in April 2018. We can’t wait to share with you this wonderful epic fantasy, steeped in African folklore and featuring a young assassin

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BookBub Deal: The Mirror Empire

The Mirror Empire by Kameron HurleyExcitement! Cheap ebooks! Epic, bloody fantasy!

If you’re in the US or Canada today head on over to BookBub to pick up a copy of The Mirror Empire by Kameron Hurley for just $1.99.

The offer is also available to UK/R.o.W residents over at The Robot Trading Company for 99p.

For anyone yet to be familiar with The Mirror Empire and Kameron’s mind-blowing epic fantasy series *stares* here’s the synopsis:

From the award-winning author of God’s

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Author Appearances, Robots at large

Angry Robot Live #4 – Scope and Scale in Fantasy

It’s that time again, folks – time for Angry Robot Live!

This month, we’re bringing you a discussion of Scope and Scale in Fantasy – from the intense back-alley tales of sword & sorcery to the world-breaking sagas of epic fantasy, the genre spans a huge range in terms of scope. Our panel will discuss the benefits and tradeoffs of operating at different scales, and we’ll dig into what makes tales at the different levels of scope powerful in their own ways.

The panel includes:

Kameron Hurley, Kitsschie and Sydney J. Bounds Award-winner and nominee for the Hugo, Nebula, and Locus

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Angry Robot, Strange Chemistry, Submissions, Writers

The Return of Open Door

Yes, you heard correctly – we’re running another Open Door submission period this year.

Last year we relaxed our submissions guidelines, and opened the door to unagented authors who had written novels they thought would interest us. Throughout March we received an average of 32 submissions a day! And that’s in addition to all the great work we had being submitted through the usual channels!

So far we’ve contracted three authors (a minimum of six books) from that process:

Cassandra Rose Clarke (The Mad Scientist’s Daughter, The Assassin’s Curse)
Lee

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