Author Archives: Robin Hobb

Updates Diverse!

Let’s see, what should I put first here?  So much fun stuff to talk about!  Fantasy photography calendars, my wrap up of Jet City Comic Show in Tacoma, the 20th Anniversary Edition of Assassin’s Apprentice . . . Let’s make some headings! Worldbuilders Charity benefits from sales of Beyond Words calendar!!! You can buy this… Continue Reading

KOBO Lightning Sale!

Kobo books is featuring a Lightning Sale of fantasy and SF books. This is a limited time sale on audio books, so don’t delay if you want to nab these. On the UK KOBO site, you can find the Farseer trilogy at an excellent price! > >   And on the US Kobo site, look… Continue Reading

Jet City Comic Show is Upon Us!

Tacoma has it’s own comic show. Jet City Comic Show! I’m always surprised by how many people don’t know this! In a sense, it’s a hidden gem that remembers what a comic show is about. It’s different from other comic shows in a lot of ways. It’s not so jam packed with people that you… Continue Reading

Picking up garbage

If you’ve been following along on my blog for years (and if you haven’t, well, why not?) then you will know that before Fred and I bought our house in Tacoma, we lived on the outskirts of a small town called Roy. We have a pocket farm, less than five acres, much of it rather… Continue Reading

University Books on Tuesday, August 11

That’s where and when I will launch Fool’s Quest University Book Store in Seattle Washington is located at 4326 University Way, N.E. – Seattle, Washington 98105. I’ll be there at 7 PM, to read from the new book, answer audience questions and sign copies. If you cannot attend, you still have time to call or… Continue Reading

Book Launch dates for Fool’s Quest

Well, the 11th is coming at me like a freight train, so it’s time to do a few reminders of where you can get a signed book. If you cannot come to a signing, but would still like a personalized and signed first edition hardback, delivered to your door in pristine condition, then your best… Continue Reading