Paris! And The Signed Page.

Arrived safely and  had a lovely day here!  Frendh hospitality is always very warm.   I had a lovely lunch with old friends and then a pleasant walk through the city.  The weather was perfect with a light breeze blowing.  I’m looking forward to signing books tomorrow.

And here is a link for those of you who cannot meet me in Paris for an authograph.  🙂

The Signed Page is a website owned by Shawn Speakman.  He accepts orders and then invites writers in to sign and personalize books.  So, I’ll be meeting with Shawn to sign copies of the US trade paperback edition of The Inheritance.  Usually Shawn only does hard backs but enough people requested this that we’ll be doing the Trade Paperback.

I’m very excited for Imaginales this weekend!  I hope to see many of you there.

14 Responses to Paris! And The Signed Page.

  1. OMG, I’m so disapointed ! I did not know you were in Paris, I live in the suburbs and I won’t be able to come to see you at Imaginales this year. I am so disapointed :'( I wanted to give you my work of research now that it is complete ! (And it is funny you mention The Hobbit in your previous message because I mention it too in my work !)
    Is there a way I can send you my work of research ?

    Cécile

  2. I’m very excited too for the Imaginales ! You’ve already met a friend of mine in Paris, and now we are a few other coming to see you this weekend ! Can’t wait ! 🙂

  3. I also wanted to thank you for yesterday’s meeting, it was a great pleasure to be able to meet you.

    I was soooo sad not to be able to come to Imaginales nor in St Malo that it was a great relief when I learned about this event in Paris !!

    And as you said yesterday, I also hope you’ll be able to write for 20 years or more from now on ! :mrgreen:

  4. Hi Robin,

    I am a huge fan of yours. I’m just about to start Fool’s Fate and was just checking to see were there any more of these wonderful books…and there you are…in Strasbourg on Monday. I wish I could come see you and if I can catch a train from Luxembourg, then I will. But if I don’t make it, thank you for writing such wonderful stories. I truly love them…the characters, the plots, the wonderful places they bring me…it’s all good. Please keep writing! All the best, Noelle

  5. Well, I didn’t see your answer before but you did meet me ^^ I offered you two boxes of chocolate (one with cat head) on friday and was at the breakfast saturday morning (you wrote on my notebook) ! ^^

    Thank you for your time and your kindness, it was a wonderful weekend !

  6. Alex (beware of the froggies!) thank you for the chocolates. The cats’ heads with theit tongues lolling out have definitely been enjoyed here by my whole family!
    Robin