Wednesday, December 05, 2012

Now It Can Be Told

   A while back I discovered the British book publisher Angry Robot through a display at Barnes & Noble. They put out a lot of dark fantasy and the book that caught my attention was Kell's Legend by Andy Remic. I enjoyed that one and read several other books from the company, most of which I've reviewed here at Singular Points.
   Anyway, as I was reading the work in progress manuscript for my pal James A. Moore's fantasy novel, Seven Forges, I noted that its dark and gritty tone seemed like a perfect match for Angry Robot, so I suggested that Jim try submitting Seven Forges there. He did, and I'm proud to announce that Angry Robot has officially picked up Seven Forges for publication in 2013. I couldn't say anything about it until the deal was finished, but Jim has announced it on his blog, so now it can be told.
   This makes me very happy. Congratulations, Jim.


Keith said...

Cool. I'll look for that one. I probably read more from Angry Robot than any other publisher.

Paul R. McNamee said...