Robin Hobb

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Robin Hobb

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Real name - Margaret Lindholm Ogden, also writes under the name Megan Lindholm . Robin Hobb`s official website: http://www.robinhobb.com/ Megan Lindholm`s official website: http://www.meganlindholm.com/ Page on fantlab.ru: Robin Hobb Russian fansite: http://hobb.olmer.ru/ Blog on MySpace.com: blog.myspace.com/robinhobb Ogden, Margaret Astrid Lindholm (Ogden, Margaret Astrid Lindholm) better known as Megan Lindholm and Robin Hobb were born on March 5, 1952 in California, but she grew up in Alaska. When Megan was nine years old, her family moved to Fairbanks from a suburban home in San Rafael. It came as a real shock to her. In an effort to teach the children independence, Megan`s father bought an old log cabin for a new home, where there were no water pipes, no electrical wiring, no insulation, no internal walls, no heating. On the same day that they moved, Bruno showed up. He was a cross between a wolf and a dog, who was mistreated by the owner, a dog driver. Subsequently...

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Real name - Margaret Lindholm Ogden, also writes under the name Megan Lindholm . Robin Hobb`s official website: http://www.robinhobb.com/ Megan Lindholm`s official website: http://www.meganlindholm.com/ Page on fantlab.ru: Robin Hobb Russian fansite: http://hobb.olmer.ru/ Blog on MySpace.com: blog.myspace.com/robinhobb Ogden, Margaret Astrid Lindholm (Ogden, Margaret Astrid Lindholm) better known as Megan Lindholm and Robin Hobb were born on March 5, 1952 in California, but she grew up in Alaska. When Megan was nine years old, her family moved to Fairbanks from a suburban home in San Rafael. It came as a real shock to her. In an effort to teach the children independence, Megan`s father bought an old log cabin for a new home, where there were no water pipes, no electrical wiring, no insulation, no internal walls, no heating. On the same day that they moved, Bruno showed up. He was a cross between a wolf and a dog, who was mistreated by the owner, a dog driver. Subsequently, Bruno became Megan`s constant companion, and she soon knew the surrounding forests and swamps as well as her own backyard. She also became a little electrician, plumber and learned how to strengthen walls. After graduating from high school, Megan studied for a year at the University of Denver before returning to Alaska. At eighteen, she married and moved to Kodiak, an island off the coast of Alaska. She was accompanied by Frodo, a huge 130-pound white East European Shepherd; once he got to Megan as a small, starving puppy. Megan`s husband comes from a fishing family, so since then they have never been far from the sea for long. That same year, Megan received her first short story. She began her writing career with stories for children`s magazines, and only ten years later grew up to fantasy and novel. During this time, they managed to study at a college at the State University in Idaho, spend a couple of years in hot Hawaii, and finally returned to the Pacific Northwest and Washington state. Megan now lives in Tacoma, Washington. Her husband is still sailing as a ship mechanic in a freighter, so Megan has plenty of time to study literature. Her current four-legged companion is Loki, a large black German shepherd who once appeared on her doorstep with a tennis ball in her teeth and a shot of shot in her bottom. Megan has no idea how these dogs find her, but she`s very happy about it. She and her husband have three grown sons and a five-year-old daughter. Although Megan`s work has been nominated for both Hugo and Nebula, and even made it to the final voting list, she has never received an award. She has written over twelve novels, co-wrote one with Stephen Brust, and has lost track of her stories. © hobb.olmer.ru