Tickets to see Robin Hobb and George R.R. Martin are now live!

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We’re excited to announce that tickets for our world exclusive event with George RR Martin and Robin Hobb are now on sale.

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.

The event will be taking place on 19th August, 2014 at 7:30pm in the Freemasons’ Hall, Holborn, London .Tickets cost £45 and each will include a pre-signed copy of Robin Hobb’s new book, Fool’s Assassin.

If you aren’t lucky enough to buy tickets, our event sponsor blinkbox Books will be streaming the full event – live and exclusively – on their Facebook page.

Ask a question and win!

We are also running a competition to win a signed box set of A Song of Ice and Fire AND a signed copy of Robin Hobb’s Fool’s Assassin. Simply ask your best question for either author on Twitter, Facebook or Tumblr using #AskGeorgeAndRobin before 5pm on the 8th August and the 3 best questions will win.

Find out more about Robin Hobb’s books here.

Start reading George RR Martin’s epic series, A Song of Ice and Fire, here

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