Interviews and Signing Sheets!

A short post, just to prove that I am still around!

The first part is a link to a recent interview I did.  I met Alanna Horgan at the Brisbane SupaNova, and she later sent me some question for an email interview.  This link goes to her site, Sentient Online.  There’s a lot of good stuff there, so don’t just stop with my interview!

And the second item is to remind everyone that Subterranean Press will be bringing out a limited edition autographed hardback of The Inheritance by Robin Hobb and Megan Lindholm.  With illustrations!  And to whet your appetite (even though this scan doesn’t do it justice!) here is a glimpse of what my signing sheets look like! (Dust jacket and Illustrations by Tom Kidd.  And if you visit Kidd’s site, don’t neglect his illustrations for The Three Musketeers!)

Signing page for The Inheritance

7 Responses to Interviews and Signing Sheets!

  1. Having read all your books apart from the soldiers son trilogy in book form , recieved a kindle as a gift and had read books one and two of the trilogy on hoilday , tried to down load the third book on holiday – dismay paper copy only aaaarghh. Why not all three please

  2. It was so lovely to meet you at Supanova (I was one of those following Alanna around) and such an excellent interview to read. Thank you for answering so well and being as awesome to read as always 🙂

  3. Thanks a bunch for sharing the interview ^_^ And that’s really awesome, his art is great and I can’t wait to see the Limited Ed book.

  4. Your name is on the list of attending authors for WorldCon in Reno next month.

    Will you be attending? I would love to see you on some panels!

  5. Oh, yes, I will be at Worldcon. Bringing my whole crew with me; we may just take the place over. 🙂

    I haven’t received a list of panels yet. If I’m on any, I will definitely post about it here. Thanks for asking!


  6. This is awesome! Just placed my order for the limited edition (I would have LOVED to have the deluxe edition leather bound, but can’t really spare the money for it). I’ve read all your Hobb books so many times, but never anything under Megan Lindholm so it’ll be very interesting to read.

    I was going to buy the book when it first came out but for some reason I just didn’t get to it. Then just yesterday I stumbled upon this blogpost here and read about this and it was decided!


    Have you ever been to Sweden? Would be lovely to see you visiting Stockholm someday. If not I suppose this signed copy is as close I can get. 🙂

    Why am I even writing postscript on the internet..? Oh well, it’s done.