As you know, we’re about to embark on our #AROpenDoor2017 (yes, we’ve hashtagged it, go with us on this). So far we’ve told you what we want, what we don’t want, and given you some top notch, high quality robot GIFs, you lucky ducks!
But what about author experience of the process? Well right now, for your reading pleasure, we’ve a little blog post from our 2011 Open Door alumni, Wesley Chu. You may know Wes’ name as he now has three successful series under his belt, with one currently in development for TV and the another for the big
Wonderful news for Nook users and science fiction fans in North America!
All three of Wesley Chu‘s groundbreaking sci-fi action Tao trilogy novels are available todayon the Nook Daily Find. The Lives of Tao is just $1.99 and the follow ups (The Deaths of Tao and The Rebirths of Tao) are $2.99 each. If you haven’t read them yet, there has never been a better time – go get them tiger: Nook Daily Find.
December is a time for joy, giving and Best Of lists. This year, our favourite list so far has been Buzzfeed Books’ The 24 Best Science Fiction Books of 2015. And we’re definitely not being biased, even if two of our titles are featured on the list!
Years ago, when Jay Posey started down the path of his The Legends of the Duskwalker series, he was joined by two mighty allies: Ramez Naam– brilliant technologist and author of the Nexus trilogy – and Wesley Chu– martial arts master and author of the Tao trilogy. Together they embarked upon a quest to produce three books each, all epic in their own way, and all set to take over the world of sci-fi.
On August 4 (USA/Can) / August 6 (UK/R.o.W) the release of Jay’s Dawnbreaker will mark the end of the journey of the Trilogy of Trilogies.
The first Thursday of every month brings great joy to the Angry Robot UK office*: publication day! Today we are celebrating instalments from two of our best series: the second Shadow Watch book from Tim Waggoner, Dream Stalkers, and the stunning conclusion to the Lives of Tao series, The Rebirths of Tao, by Wesley Chu. Here’s where you can get your hands on these fantastic books:
Eeek, it’s Friday 13th again tomorrow! Why tempt fate by leaving the house? We recommend you avoid ladders, black cats and the peril of meeting your doppelgänger and instead spend the day under the covers with a cup of (not too hot) tea and a good book. Just maybe skip page 13.
This week we’re getting very excited about the last in Wesley Chu’s popular Tao trilogy, The Rebirths of Tao, which is released on 2nd April (UK) and 7th April (USA).