Tag: The Contrary Tale of The Butterfly Girl

Short Fiction

The Chiswick Cannibals – A Christmas Story by Ishbelle Bee

We’re starting to get all Christmassy on the orbital death platform. We’ve strung up vile humans fairy lights, wrapped tinsel around the lasers, hung a wreath over the mainframe and even attached a single, tiny bauble to each end of editorial assistant Nick’s moustache. It’s all looking rather festive!

We hope you’re all feeling similarly jolly. If not, here’s a Christmas story by Ishbelle Bee, author of dark fairy tales The Singular and Extraordinary Tale of Mirror & Goliath and

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Angry Robot Invades Forbidden Planet

We’ve manned the death rays, calibrated our shielding devices and polished our carapaces, which can only mean one thing – Angry Robot is taking over Forbidden Planet!

Over the next two Thursdays a crack team of our finest British authors will be visiting both Forbidden Planet Birmingham and London for signings, readings and even a panel. The events are free, so just roll up and join in the invasion fun.

Different Worlds, Different Times – Forbidden Planet Megastore, Birmingham
Thursday 20 August
18:00 – 19:00

Come down to Forbidden Planet Birmingham to watch Angry Robot

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Robot Round-Up 31/7/15

Hail Robots,

It’s GenCon weekend, which we’re all very excited for. If you’re there then make sure to catch a few Angry Robot panels and signings; you can find all the details here.

If you’re not at GenCon and are in the UK, it’s just one week until the beginning of Nine Worlds. We’ll be there, will you? If you spot us come and say hi, we just love to chat with you guys!

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Barnes & Noble SFF Blog: Exclusive Cover Reveal

Head on over to the Barnes & Noble SFF blog, for the exclusive cover reveal of The Contrary Tale of The Butterfly Girl, the second book from Ishbelle Bee. Contrary Tale follows on from the magnificent Singular and Extraordinary Tale of Mirror & Goliath.

All thanks must go to the wonderful John Coulthart for the great image. You can see more of his work over at his blog.

The cover has caused quite a stir already, with blog blackteaandmilk68 exclaiming:

I really need this book, I want to float away again to some weird and wonderful world,

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