Tag Archives: Robin Hobb

Husband. Father. Royal Assassin.

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Fool’s Assassin by Robin Hobb

I made this, for Robin Hobb, with the help of Natasha Bardon, Emma Coode, Jane Johnson and Dominic Forbes. Harper Collins dress fantasy Fiction in beautiful clothing making brilliant reads beautifully covetous.   Blog this! Bookmark on Delicious Digg this … Continue reading

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A Dragon’s Hoard.

Above is a picture of a set of ten postcards of the old covers I produced for the books of Robin Hobb. On 27th March Assassin’s Apprentice, Royal Assassin and Assassin’s Quest will be released by Harper Voyageur in the … Continue reading

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Reading; The best kind of work.

I seldom re-read books. There are so many books in the world and not enough time. Robin Hobb I have read many times, to find images for jackets. When I was at school and I was told that I couldn’t … Continue reading

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Robin Hobb Cover Art Part 2

Books come and go. But when books are really good they stay in print. And when books stay in print they often change their clothes. Robin Hobb’s books began life dressed in the jackets designed by John Howe. Next I … Continue reading

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A global birthday game, with added books.

Some time ago I was asked by Robin Hobb to join in a birthday party. A secret game. Robin, in the fashion of Hobbits and Winnie the Pooh, was giving away presents for her birthday. Signed books. But because she … Continue reading

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A relationship built on coincidence: or, a conversation with Jane Johnson.

The conversation began when I visited Cornwall and stayed with Jane in Mousehole. Or maybe it began when Jo Fletcher sent Jane a christmas card some years ago. I wanted to know things about editing, wanted to understand more about … Continue reading

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Another day in the office

Today was a day like many other days. A list was written. Some things on the list were achieved. Finishing the cover for Robin Hobb’s Blood of Dragons, catching a golden hare, thinking about and sketching asparagus to illustrate a … Continue reading

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