June 29, 2011

book tour -- University Bookstore Seattle, WA

I'll be speaking tonight at 7pm PST at the University Bookstore in lovely Seattle, WA. I lived in Seattle for a few years while working for Intel Research (and my degree), and I love this place. Kind of a rougher version of Portland. Anyway, if you're around please come out and experience the Robopocalypse first hand!

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June 28, 2011

Robopocalypse is an Amazon Best Book of 2011 (so far...)

Robots ship your orders from Amazon's warehouses...
and they pick their favorite books for the lists.
Amazon.com has a list of the top ten best books of the year (so far), and Robopocalypse is hanging in there with a steely fortitude. Click here to check out the full list!

June 20, 2011

Book Talk Tonight -- Tulsa, Oklahoma!

I'm giving a book talk tonight in my hometown. We're under a heavy thunderstorm warning right now... ah, Oklahoma -- I missed you!


June 15, 2011

New York Times Best Seller!

This just in...

...Robopocalypse is officially a New York Times Best Seller!!!

Thanks to everyone for buying the book -- and thanks to those who will soon buy it! :)

June 7, 2011


Oh, hi!
Wow... my first novel is released today!

ROBOPOCALYPSE tells the story of a group of people trying to survive after technology has turned against us. I've been so lucky to get great press so far, and a great push from Doubleday. And it doesn't hurt that Spielberg plans to direct the movie...

Stephen King called it amazing. The New York Times says it’s “an ingenious, instantly visual story.” And Clive Cussler calls it “a brilliantly conceived thriller that could become horrific reality.”

And today -- finally -- you can buy ROBO from any of these fine retailers!

So please, buy Robopocalypse for yourself, your friends, and any family pets!

June 5, 2011

Robo is Barnes & Noble Sci-Fi Pick of the Month

Thanks, James!
The science fiction and fantasy expert at Barnes and Noble has chosen Robopocalypse as his top book for the month of June.
"Topping my list of June titles is Daniel H. Wilson's Robopocalypse, a cautionary but -- we can only hope -- not prophetic tale about our reliance on technology. While its themes are well worth pondering, what makes it especially apt for summer reading is the action-packed plot that brings them to life..."
Click here to visit Barnes & Noble.

June 3, 2011


Only four days left until Robopocalypse goes out!

In the meantime, I realize that I'm awfully lonely on GoodReads.com. I've got 20 friends and they're the best but... if you're on the site, go ahead and say hello!