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Ursula K. Le Guin

Did I mention that Ursula K. Le Guin read my book?

Did I mention that Ursula K. Le Guin liked my book?

Did I mention that Ursula K. Le Guin agreed to provide a blurb for the book?

“It is a rare and great pleasure to find a fantasist writing not only with the kind of accuracy of language absolutely essential to fantasy-making, but with real music in the words as well. Wherever Pat Rothfuss goes with the big story that begins with The Name of the Wind, he’ll carry us with him as a good singer carries us through a song.”

Yeah. Can I get a “wow” from the audience?

On a closely related note, if you’ve never read her Wizards of Earthsea books, you really need to. Not only are they absolutely brilliant, but they’re one of the cornerstones of modern fantasy.

If you have read the Earthsea books, you should make sure you’ve checked out her more recent stuff too. She writes at a consistently awesome level that I hope to emulate over the years.

I’ve got a cool announcement to make, but you’ll have to wait for Friday. It’s a leap-day announcement. It’s nothing HUGE, but… well… I think it’s pretty cool….

Oh, and lastly, the deadline for nominating books for the Hugo ballot is only a couple days away. So if you were planning on doing it, but you’re like me and you tend to forget what day it is, don’t be caught unawares….

Later all,

pat

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