Join Christopher Paolini for a Livestream Q&A!

Livestream 2022

Join Christopher Paolini and his assistants, Holly and Immanuela, for a simulcast livestream Q&A! Tune in tonight, December 29, at 5pm PT/6pm MT/7pm CT/8pm ET on Twitter, Facebook, or Youtube. (Don’t worry, we’ll also be doing future livestreams on Instagram and Tiktok as well, dates to be announced!) Livestream 2022

Highlights will include (in no particular order):

    • Details about our giveaway—which launched today—and the items winners will receive. You can enter below. This giveaway is our hearty “thank you” to the fans for another great year spent spinning around the solar system together, waiting for the next big project announcement. The prizes are all of our most popular merch. And if you just can’t wait to see if you win, all of these products are currently for sale in Christopher’s Etsy store. (Please note, due to international sweepstakes laws, winners can only be located in the United States or Canada. To our international fans, we are so sorry we cannot include you. We know you are just as important and deserving of this giveaway. Unfortunately our lawyers have informed us that it’s not legally possible because of the complexities between different countries’ sweepstakes laws.)
    • Christopher will do his first-ever reading from his new novel, Fractal Noise, which is currently available for pre-order and releases on May 16, 2023. Tour details will be released at a later date.
    • He will also read a selection from Eragon, now available in a snazzy trade paperback boxed set.
    • We will also be gathering as many viewer questions as possible for Christopher to answer during the stream. Hopefully we’ll get through a fair number!

    We hope you’re as excited for this event as we are! (And for those of you who cannot attend, fear not: we will have a full recording of the livestream available on Youtube and Facebook after the event ends.) See you soon!

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    Livestream 2022

Immanuela Meijer

Immanuela is the Paolinis' webmaster, archivist, and all around "make-things-go" Renaissance woman.