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Angry Robot

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 War

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Angry Robot

Apex and Windswept Nominated for the Philip K. Dick Award

We were thoroughly delighted to hear the announcement that not one but TWO Angry Robot titles had been nominated for the Philip K. Dick Award this year.

The full list of nominees can be seen here. We’d like to extend our hearty congratulations to everyone nominated for the award, but especially to our fabulous robots Adam Rakunas and Ramez Naam. We’re so proud! *Wipes leaky oil from eyes*

If you’ve not yet managed to grab a copy of Apex or Windswept, then there’s absolutely no time like the present, and with a discount on both ebooks to $4.98/£3.45 until Sunday over at

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Author Appearances, Book Announcements, Christmas, On Sale

12 Days of Christmas: An Angry Robot Tradition

Over the past few years we’ve brought you some great 12 Days of Christmas treats and this year is no different. From tomorrow, Saturday 13 December, we will be releasing at least one book on our Robot Trading Company site at only £1 , or the currency equivalent. As we celebrate this festive ebook promotion, each day one of the selected authors will be on this site with a special guest post, whether it be a Christmas memory, family tradition, or a short story.  To redeem this offer, simply use the special code which will be featured on each day’s blog post.

In the advent

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100th Book

100th Book Celebration: 100 Books for £100 for 100 Readers

Over the last four-and-a-bit years, we’ve published a range of SF/F/WTF? that we’re immensely proud of; from our very first titles, Moxyland by Lauren Beuekes and Slights by Kaaron Warren to today’s 100th title, Adam Christopher‘s Hang WireWe’ve had award-winners (Lauren’s Zoo City), great sellers (such as Ramez Naam‘s Nexus, amongst many more) and critically-acclaimed titles, such as Cassandra Rose Clarke‘s The Mad Scientist’s Daughter (also just nominated for the Philip K. Dick award!).

To celebrate this milestone, we’ve put together a range of special events. We’re giving away 10 copies of 

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Angry Robot, On Sale

Robot Trading Company: Ebooks from Anarchy and Infinity Plus Now On Sale

Today we have some rather exciting news about our Robot Trading Company Ebookstore.

Behold! The Robot Trading Company

For a while now, we’ve been looking at the way the ebook market seems to be shaping up and – particularly in the UK – it looks like there’s plenty to choose from, if what you’re interested in is cookie-cutter bestsellers, celebrity biogs or gimmicky crap about insurance-selling meerkats.

If it’s the really big

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Angry Robot, On Sale

Day Against DRM: 50% off All Angry Robot eBooks at RobotTradingCompany.com

International Day Against DRMToday is the International Day Against DRM.

Here at Angry Robot we’ve never inflicted DRM on our eBooks, preferring to trust our customers and readers instead – and we must say it’s most gratifying to see folks like Tor / Forge and co. catching up at long last… 😉

Anyhow, to mark the occasion, here’s a bit of a special offer for you: if you buy any of our DRM-free ePub-format eBooks from the Robot Trading Company in the next 24 hours

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Angry Robot, Robot Business

Introducing The Robot Trading Company

Behold! The Robot Trading Company

If you’ve been down to the Angry Robot Webstore since yesterday afternoon, you’ll have noticed that we’ve made a few changes.

Specifically, the Angry Robot Webstore is now The Robot Trading Company. Boasting some extremely smart new livery, an improved browsing interface, larger cover images, that sort of thing, this virtual lick-of-paint is phase one of an ongoing re-vamp and expansion plan that will involve… but no,

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