I am getting ready to head off to the UK for the last leg of my Oathbringer tour. You can check out my Upcoming Events page for full details, but if you’re near one of these tour stops, I’d love to see you there, but if you can’t make it that’s okay. The greatest compliment you can give me is to read my books.
- Nov. 28 – London, Forbidden Planet
- Nov. 29 – Birmingham, Waterstones
- Nov. 29 – Liverpool, Waterstones
- Dec. 01 – Leeds, Waterstones
- Dec. 01 – Newcastle Upon Tyne, Blackwell’s
- Dec. 02 – Edinburgh, Waterstones
- Dec. 02 – Glasgow, Waterstones
It’s been an exciting few weeks since Oathbringer’s release on November 14th. If you haven’t heard, Oathbringer currently #1 on the New York Times Best-Seller List. Thank you so much for all of your support; it’s a truly humbling experience.
My Art Director Isaac Stewart put together an inside look at the art process for Oathbringer, you can read the first part here (you even get to watch him paint the Roshar world map found on the reverse side of the hardcover dust jacket).
The final round of voting for the 2017 Goodreads Choice Awards ends tonight at midnight (PST). If you’ve had a chance to finish Oathbringer and you think it worthy of your vote, you can do so here.
If you have been able to finish reading Oathbringer, the wonderful Alice Arneson and Paige Vest wrote a spoiler-filled review for Tor.com. Please don’t read this unless you’ve finished the book!