Signed First Editions of Blood of Dragons

The release date for Blood of Dragons, the concluding volume of the Rain Wild Chronicles, will be April 8, 2013.¬† I will be doing a book tour to promote the book and sign copies for readers, with visits to Seattle, Olympia, Los Angeles, and Boston. But if you don’t happen to live in one of those cities or don’t wish to wait, you can contact Mysterious Galaxy Bookstore¬† and pre-order your signed first edition right now, to be delivered to your door by the release date!¬†

Thanks again for your readership, and I look forward to meeting many of you in person at the signing events!



10 Responses to Signed First Editions of Blood of Dragons

  1. I have just finished Blood of Dragons and I wanted to thank you for yet another brilliant read. I am no dragon Singer so I won’t try to sing its praises, but it is another gem to be treasured. Thank you! I do wonder, will the prophet and his friend ever see the full result of what they have done? It seems to me there is still a tale of ‘skill’ to be told!

  2. Hi Robin,
    I have been meaning to write to you for some time now to thank you for writing such amazing books! I have read every single trilogy you have created and when I stop and really realize all that you have created with this world – I am simply blown away (I have even read a few of your novels as Megan Lindholm, although I know you can appreciate when I say that they are not quite my cup of tea, as you have stated that these are two very different authors with very different styles). The worlds you create, the story lines that weave throughout history and place, and most of all, the characters you create, enthrall me. Even your ability to switch between writing styles inspires me to try new things with my writing and experiment more to see what works for me. I have easily read all of your trilogies twice, while I have lost track of how many times I have re-read the Farseer and Tawny Man Trilogies (I think the count is somewhere around 8). I have even had dreams about them! What’s even more amazing is that I still can find new nuances that I have missed, fall in love with the characters and get sucked into the story all over again. You are very inspiring to struggling, first time authors like myself! Thanks for writing, I look forward to reading Blood of Dragons!

  3. Great find David! I was just wondering if Robin was done with this world or not –

    So glad she has more to show us!

  4. Just wanted to say thanks for blood of dragons. You weaved together the story beautifully.
    I must say I was a bit apprehensive based on the third book in the series which I must admit I thought was a bit weak but the fourth book brought it all together with a very satisfying conclusion.

  5. got blood of dragons on Saturday finished reading Monday morning brilliant. would like to know what happens next tho.

  6. Just finished Blood of Dragons. I loved it!
    My entry point into your world was The Dragon Keeper, and after finishing the first three books I traced your steps and inhaled the Farseers, Liveship Traders and the Tawny Man. Thank you for creating this rich and complex world and for filling it with these amazing characters and mysteries.
    Thank you for Nighteyes.

    And thank you for continuing. I can’t wait for the Fitz Fool.


  7. I read Blood of Dragons in one night! It was so good I couldn’t put it down. Thank you for another amazing book.