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Denver Comic Con! Let’s Have Fun!

Good Morning, Denver Comic Con! Just a few more minutes until the fun starts! Do you want to find me at the convention today? It won’t be hard. 1 PM Room 407 Avadakedavra! Magic in Literature Panel 2:30 PM Room 402 Mistakes were Made panel 4 PM Booth 150, Random House/Del Rey Booth. Autograph Session… Continue Reading

Returning to Denver after 48 years

  On Thursday, I’ll be flying off to Denver for Denver Comic Con The first time I went to Denver, Colorado was in September of 1969.  I was seventeen years old, and I was off to college. I’d been awarded a four year scholarship to Denver University. The truth is, Denver University had not bee… Continue Reading

Dutch Cover: Het Lot Van De Moordenaar

It is, of course, the cover for Assassin’s Fate!Here is a rather windswept Fitz, clutching Bee’s book by the water.  Many thanks to Annalies, a reader who shared this image on Twitter. Here are the Dutch covers for the first two books of The Fitz and the Fool Trilogy     I am so pleased… Continue Reading

Test Video up on Robin Hobb Facebook

Office Kat has been very busy, making sure that we have all in order for Saturday.  Today she went up to University Book Store in Seattle to check out the conference room we’ll be using for our ‘cyber signing’.  She and Duane tested the Wifi, played with the lighting and considered the background.  So I… Continue Reading

May 31 is LAST DAY

Last day to order  Assassin’s Fate or other Hobb books from University Book Store for the Cyber Signing on June 10! That will give us enough time to be sure that the store has the required books in stock. So that on June 10, you can come to the Robin Hobb Facebook page for a… Continue Reading

Phoenix Comicon and Elevengeddon Signing

  My suitcase is packed and tomorrow at 5 AM, I will head for the airport for Phoenix Comicon.  It is, unsurprisingly, in Phoenix, Arizona at the Phoenix Convention Center.  I’ve been to a number of comic cons and pop culture festivals, and perhaps I should be jaded and bored by them now. But I’m… Continue Reading