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Robin Hobb's Infrequent and Off Topic Blog

Come ZOOM with me!

A blue dragon stirs to wakefulness was it receives a Skill touch
Waking the Dragon by Magali Villeneuve

With many thanks for Shawn Speakman of Grim Oak Press for making this happen!


On Saturday, February 27 at 1 PM (US west coast time) I will be attempting a Zoom session. (Yes, it fills me with dread, too!)  

The best part of this announcement is that I will not be alone.  If all goes well, I will be joined by Magali Villeneuve, the artist of the Illustrated edition of the Farseer Trilogy. (Assassin's Quest available for pre-order now, publication date March 2, 2021.) 


Also joining us will be Tommy Arnold, the illustrator for the Grim Oak edition of Wizard of the Pigeons, Megan Lindholm's urban fantasy.  Set in Seattle, it was first published in 1985.  This is the first time it has appeared in a lovely hardback edition, with illustrations! 


For more information, please visit the Robin Hobb Facebook page.  


Robin Hobb Signings

It's hard to get a signed book these days.

But The Signed Page, managed by Shawn Speakman, is making it a bit easier.


If you would like an autographed copy of the Illustrated Editions of Assassins Apprentice and/or Royal Assassin and/or Assassin's Quest, you can order them from The Signed Page. Illustrated by Magali Villeneuve 


Also available, Wizard of the Pigeons, to be published in December by Grim Oak Press.  It is illustrated by Tommy Arnold and signed to you by Megan Lindholm.


And in a very special offer, The Folio Boxed Set of the Farseer Trilogy.  This is a massive edition of all three books in a very sturdy box, with illustrations by David Palumbo.  The signed editions of this set sold out within hours of being offered by Folio.  But The Signed Page has obtained some, and I will happily dedicate or simply autograph them as you wish.  



Follow this link to The Signed Page for these signed books.  And many others!