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How to Get a Signed Illustrated Royal Assassin AND UK Edition Launches June 25th

Covers for the Illustrated Editions of the Farseer Trilogy.  Assassin's Apprentice and Royal Assassin are currently available.

Ah, Covid 19, the terrible things you have done to us.  No live readings, no live signing sessions, no book tours, no conventions . . . 

 

I can offer a tiny opportunity in place of all those lost things.

 

You can still get a signed copy of the Illustrated Royal Assasin.  

 

There are two options for this:

 

Go to The Signed Page.  This site specializes in pristine copies of signed first edtiion hardbacks.  I signed over 700 copies for them, in Shawn's garage, as we masked and kept our distance from each other!  Most of those have already shipped, but there are some left.  (And, oh, yes, you can pre-order a Lindholm books called Wizard of the Pigeons at the same time!)

 

Go to University Book Store.  I have not yet gone to the store to sign books, so you can still request a dedication.  If you want me to sign your copy or  write something special in the book, like 'Happy Birthday Sally', please note that in the 'comments' box when you order the book. They ship FREE via media mail for orders over $16.  But that is US shipping addresses only.  And while supplies last, you will receive a set of four color prints of art from the book.  

 

A bright spot: They will also have copies of the Illustrated Edtion of Assassin's Apprentice.  So if you want that book also, to have the first two in matching editions, you can also order it, and I will sign it as well.

 

UK READERS Please note: As of June 25th, 2020, there will be a UK edition  from HarperCollins Voyager, and it will have the same wonderful illustrations from Magali Villeneuve.  Shipping for that book will be substantially less! So if you live in the UK or Europe, you might consider that volume.  Click on the link above to find many book stores that would be happy for your order!

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