Eragon: Deluxe Edition

Kenneth Paolini has provided us with details on the up-coming Deluxe Edition of Eragon! Eragon: The Deluxe Edition will be released August 10, 2004. Including: Exclusive foldout map Expanded guide to Ancient and Dwarf languages Art of Eragon’s sword, Zar’roc, by Chris Paolini Excerpt from ELDEST, Book Two in the Inheritance Trilogy

2004 Maui Writers Conference

Christopher Paolini will be attending the 2004 Maui Writers Conference on Labor Day weekend (September 2-6) where he will be joined by other authors, including Terry Brooks and Bruce Coville. A description of the event is below: The Conference is five full days of speakers, workshops, and professional consultations starting on Thursday, September 2nd through

Zar’roc Art

Kenneth Paolini posted a picture of Zar’roc (Eragon’s sword) in the Yahoo! Eragon Group today. Zar’roc was drawn by Christopher himself, who has proven to be quite a talented artist too! You can see the picture by clicking here.

Word From The Paolini’s

Kenneth Paolini, Christopher Paolini’s father, has asked for the Eragon fansites to post the following: We urge fans not to respond to people claiming to be Christopher online. Christopher has not never communicates with fans in that way (since early 2003). Also, no one has read any part of Eldest, other than his editor, agent,

Eragon still at #1

I noticed today that Eragon still happens to be #1 book on the New York Times Best-Seller list. This is Eragon’s 28th consecutive week on the Best-Sellers list. Congrats to Eragon and Christopher Paolini! To view Eragon and the other books on the Best-Seller list, click here.

Eragon Fan of the Week Competition!

Shur’tugal’s fan of the week section! Each week, we chose a different fan that we think is the biggest, the mostdevoted, and the best Eragon fan! Once we choose the fan of the week, we send them a series of questions to answer.  These questions can be found on their Fan Spotlight Profile!  If you

Hot on Frodo’s hobbit heels… featured an article containing comments about the up-coming Eragon movie: Remember the horse-drawn cart that carried Gandalf the Grey into Hobbiton at the outset of The Fellowship of the Ring? The wizard had better move over: Hollywood has an army of sword-wielding knights, sage sorcerers, monsters, elves, and Renaissance Faire look-alikes about to jump