Oh wow whee.  I’m almost live.  Oh to have a blog again, now that April’s (almost) here.

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  1. Thank God you’re ok. I was starting to worry that something really bad had happened. I hope everything worked out with Third house and that you and the hellhounds are safe.

  2. I knew you were (almost) blogging, because yesterday there was a quiet “testing: one, two, three” sort of message in my inbox. SO glad to hear your voice. ?

  3. Welcome back to the online world

    I know it’s frustrating but we are reaching back across the km’s at you, and happy to see you here.

  4. “I’m not dead yet!”

    I’m so glad to hear from you again, I’ve missed your posts.

  5. Hi Robin, this is a really shiny new blog-house! Totally understandable sabbaticals, nice to see you around whenever you’re feeling it.

  6. I kept scouring the Internet, checking in with friends who are also fans of your work, going “she’s still…ALIVE, right?” So, so happy to see you (in an online, blog-posting way) again! (I mostly just lurk and read, almost never comment…but I did win a signed Pegasus poster a few years back, and we exchanged a couple of comments then. Your books have been a lifelong comfort and inspiration to me, starting a little more than 30 years ago.

  7. When I saw the first “new” blog post, I was devastated, thinking the internet wilderness had reclaimed your blog and turned it into an advertising space “you too can put your blog thoughts here”. Then I saw this post and began to ponder, but didn’t want to get my hopes up… But now I am SO THRILLED that you returned to your virtual home once again! I know you’ve had many a thing going on in your world of late, but I am so happy and thankful to have your thoughts and stories back in the public universe… I/we have missed you! Welcome back!

  8. It is so so so lovely to see you back, Robin. Much love, a fan from Singapore who anxiously googled your name every few months (Boolean and all)

  9. I echo everyone else 🙂 Last I checked the blog had disappeared and I was seriously concerned. I was about to go internet sleuthing (maybe find Elizabeth Moon, and pester her to pester you?). I’ll have to figure out how to subscribe like the other folk here who knew earlier. <3

  10. I live in Silicon Valley, and I’ve grown to hate tech, too. Here’s a secret: most of the tech execs hate it, too. They don’t let their kids use it much, and they argue against it in schools. They just use it to make a living. So…you’re not alone, in spite of the following sentences.

    The iPhone 6 is worth getting, solely because then you don’t have to think about tech. It just does what it’s supposed to do. Ditto the new MacBook Pro. Which is what I’m writing to you on.

    Anyway. Welcome back—this is the first I’ve discovered of your blog, and I’ve been relentlessly rereading your books for many years. If you at some point feel up to more stories in Damar—doesn’t even have to be an organized, book, just telling of stories would be satisfying—we’d love to hear them or read them. Lots of warm thoughts coming your way.

  11. It’s so good to see you back! I had checked (clearly sometime during the Great Blog Move) and gotten error messages for your old blog, and I’m so delighted you’re online again.

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