These two signings came together fast. But are a bit different than the norm for The Signed Page though. Carefully read on.
First up, the Folio Society edition of The Farseer Trilogy. I’ve had at least a dozen people write me asking if I’d have these unsigned books on The Signed Page and then have Robin Hobb stop by to sign and/or personalize. I figure I should offer what you guys want, so click HERE to see it. These are three hardcover volumes with full-color interiors, a new map, some beautiful foiling and two-color printing inside. These are beautiful editions. They are costing me $250 each — I couldn’t get a discount from Folio — so I’m having to add on monies to pay for the shipping from the UK to the US as well as pay for my services. Still cheaper than the signed edition Folio was selling though which is good.
The second signing I am highlighting today is for Naomi Novik’s A Deadly Education. Again, a lot of people asked if I’d have copies. After talking with Naomi, we decided the best way to handle it is the same way I am handling the Dune: Duke of Caladan signing. Naomi will sign dust jackets, I will Brodart sleeve them to protect the signature, and then ship them out!
NOTE: SADLY, I FOUND OUT THESE ARE LIKELY 2ND PRINTING COPIES OF A DEADLY EDUCATION. I will confirm on Monday, October 12th if that is the case for sure! That’s why you can’t order it right now.
There you go. Two more signings. And if there are any forthcoming books you want to see on The Signed Page, let me know in the comments below. I’ll try to get them to sign dust jackets at least!
6 thoughts on “New Signings: Robin Hobb & Naomi Novik”
Is there an option to personalize the Farseer Trilogy? I didn’t see a field on the checkout screen.
As far as I can see, it’s there on the page. Others have used it. Maybe try a different browser/computer/phone?
anything and everything by Seanan McGuire, under any name, would be awesome.
How does the personalization work? Is it one of the books that is signed/personalized?
It would be all three.
man, that trilogy looks great, wish I had the spare cash. as for a request for signed books, Forging Hephaestus by Drew Hayes. Not a new book, but it’s practically impossible to get anything signed by him, and its a good book.