Reindeer People + Wolf’s Brother available again
28 Apr, 2011 filed under: Megan Lindholm, England/UK
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The Inheritance news roundup vol 2
27 Apr, 2011 filed under: Robin Hobb, Megan Lindholm, Australia, US, Belgium
I’ve probably forgot to post this here : Publisher’s Weekly gave a starred review for the Inheritance and Other Stories! More recently, the Australian Herald Sun published an article about Robin/Megan and the French Wikinews posted an interview done at Trolls&Legends in Belgium (try a translation).
Also a new addition to the appearances calendar, the Garfield Book Company in Tacoma, WA announced they’ve booked Robin to appear for a signing—the date is May 18th at 7pm.
It’s less than a week to the US publication of The Inheritance! Have you preordered your copy yet?
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Robin Hobb is in Belgium this weekend
21 Apr, 2011 filed under: Robin Hobb, Megan Lindholm, Belgium
Robin Hobb will be attending the Trolls & Legends festival in Mons, Belgium from April 22nd to 24th. This year’s theme at the festival is dragons!
Also attending will be Laurent Sieurac who illustrated the first two parts of the Farseer graphic novel adaptation and Gilles Francescano, a French illustrator for many Robin Hobb book covers.
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Win 3 Robin Hobb books and a dragon figurine
4 Apr, 2011 filed under: Site updates, Robin Hobb, Megan Lindholm
I’m really excited to announce the very first contest here at theplenty.net! We’re teaming up with HarperCollins in anticipation of the US publication of The Inheritance and Other Stories which is an anthology of ten classic as well as brand new tales from Robin Hobb and Megan Lindholm.
One winner gets this amazing prize package courtesy of HarperCollins publishers:
- a US paperback edition of Dragon Keeper
- a US paperback edition of Dragon Haven
- a galley copy of the upcoming The Inheritance and Other Stories
- a beautiful dragon figurine
And here’s what you need to do to win:
1) Reply in the comments with your name and email address and the answer to this question: what is the connection between the character Ronica from the Liveship Traders trilogy and the short story “Homecoming” that is included in the Inheritance collection? (hint: you can find the answer on this site!)
2) Spread the word about this contest. You can post to forums, blogs, Twitter, Facebook, Livejournal communities etc, just make sure that the place where you post is not a locked profile or community.
- Remember to include a link to this contest in your posting.
- Add proof (= links) of your postings to your comment here.
You gain 1 point for every documented posting you make and 1 point for the right answer to the above question. The contestant with most points wins. If there is a tie, the winner’s name will be drawn. The contest ends on Sunday the 10th of April at 11PM GMT+2 (convert to your local time).
//edited to add: new comments go through an approval process to weed out spam. If you don’t see your entry immediately, please be patient.
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