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Author Appearances, Out and About

Book Tour: Ferrett Steinmetz – The Uploaded

Angry Robot author Ferrett Steinmetz

There’s a Ferrett in the wild!

Our lovely Ferrett Steinmetz, author of the ‘Mancer series (Flex, The Flux, Fix) and now hearty cyberpunk The Uploaded is heading out to sign books for all you wonderful people!

Come along, hear wonderful words spoken, eat doughnuts and admire Ferrett’s no doubt The Uploaded themed nails. You’d be very silly indeed to miss out!

Here’s where he’ll be:

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Book Signing: Pandemonium! Ferrett Steinmetz

Ferrett highresGSFerrett Steinmetz is embarking on a bit of tour to promote his new novel, Fix, the third in his ‘Mancer trilogy. Described by the B&N Sci-Fi & Fantasy blog as “what might result if you put Breaking Bad and Reddit in a blender and hit ‘frappe’” this is a series that needs to be consumed.

Here’s the synopsis:

“America’s long sent its best SMASH agents overseas to deal with the European crisis. As

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Angry Robot Author signings

Our Robot Authors are out and about in force over the next couple of weeks, with signings across the US. It might be getting cold outside but hey, what could be a better reason for leaving your house than seeing your favourite author and munching on some nibbles? Nothing. That’s what.

Check below for signings, readings and Q&A spots for James A Moore, Carrie Patel and Patrick S Tomlinson. Various authors will also be attending World Fantasy Con this weekend but that’s a story for another post.

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Craig Cormick Book Signing

The Author, Craig CormickCraig Cormick, one of our lovely Australian authors, is hopping across the pond to the USA this summer.

Craig will be attending at a few different events in his travels and first on the list will see Craig stopping by Cambridge MA, so if you’re in the area, take note! 

On June 25 at 7pm Craig will be making a special stop off at New England’s premier science fiction and fantasy bookstore, Pandemonium Books in Cambridge, to do a reading from his new book The Floating

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