Or, here’s how we signed up Jeff Noon’s amazing A Man of Shadows through the magical power of Twitter…
Picture the scene: it was March 3rd, a perfectly ordinary Thursday here on planet Earth. All of a sudden there was a ping on my Twitter feed, as a tweet mentioning my name turned in my notifications. This is what it said:
What do you do once you’ve finished reading a much loved novel? Keep it in a bookshelf and gaze at it each day? Store it by your bed so you can re-read it each night before you disappear into dreamland? Or do you bury it in the garden?
The last one sounds a little odd, doesn’t it? Well, if you’re readers of Patrick S Tomlinson‘s The Ark it might not be so strange. In the spirit of Pat’s other job – as a stand up comedian – his friends have taken to social media to express their love for his novel by
If you love Stolen Songbird and Hidden Huntress and have, like us, a whole heap of questions about Cecile, Tristan and Trollus then this Friday, 26 June at 9pm (EST) will give you the chance to ask them.
Danielle L. Jensen, author of the Malediction trilogy, will be taking to Twitter to answer all of your burning questions and maybe impart a little bit of knowledge about the third book in
Twitter was awash with the glow of troll-light and the whisperings of an ancient city named #Trollus on Sunday night, as author Danielle L. Jensen joined a Twitter chat to answer her fans’ burning questions.
Afterwards, we had a quick chat with Danielle about how awesome it was to talk with her fans from across the world: “The Twitter chat was great fun – I plan to do it again after Hidden Huntress hits shelves, but at
Another quick note, this time to say that we’ve put together a Twitter List of all tweet-enabled Angry Robot authors, which you can find at:
It’s a rather handy way to check out all the tweets from all you favourite Angry Robot authors and the list page can be loaded into Twitter clients such as Hootsuite or Tweetdeck for on-screen updates as they happen.
Even better, if you click through to the list page’s Following tab whilst logged in to your own Twitter account, you can whizz down the list to make sure you’re following everyone,