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George RR Martin and Robin Hobb to Appear for Q&A, Next Week

George RR Martin and Robin Hobb to Appear for Q&A, Next Week

HarperVoyager presents George RR Martin and Robin Hobb in conversation on Tuesday, 19 August 2014 from 19:30 to 21:00 (BST) in London.

This world exclusive event offers readers the perfect opportunity to spend an evening listening to two of the world's greatest storytellers, discussing how they build their fictional universes, create their characters and balance fantasy and reality; about their influences and inspirations, their struggles and successes. A must-attend for all fantasy fans.

This ticket will include a pre-signed copy of Robin Hobb's Fool's Assassin.

The event is sponsored by ebook retailer blinkbox Books in support of their pledge to bring readers closer to authors, they will be streaming the full event - live and exclusively - on their Facebook page, here.

The hashtag for the event will be #GeorgeAndRobin

Please note: neither author will be signing books at the event.

Terms & Conditions do apply to these ticket purchases, all details here.

FAQS

Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?

The person buying the ticket must be over 18 years old and all attendees much be 12 and over. Photo ID may be required on entering the venue.

What can't I bring to the event?

  • Backpacks
  • Books for signing purposes (there will be no author signings)
  • Beverages in bottles or cans (glass or metal) exception: 1 sealed bottle of water per person
  • Alcohol
  • Video cameras or recording devices
  • Computers or laptops
  • Food (except in limited quantities, or for medical, dietary or infant purposes)
  • Weapons
  • Animals (unless a service animal)
  • Flags, banners or signs
  • Any materials constituting unauthorized advertising or promotion
  • Aerosol cans, noisemaking devices, laser pointing devices

Is my registration/ticket transferrable?


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