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So… A week from today, THRONE OF GLASS will release in the US.

…Honestly, I can’t believe it. My finished copies of THRONE OF GLASS for Books of Wonder (if you want a signed copy and free limited-edition TOG pen, click here!) arrived yesterday, and just seeing THIS was totally overwhelming:

So many Celaenas!

I was actually handling things with relative calm and grace, until a long-time FictionPress fan (you know who you are!) commented on the FB photo, saying that she was crying. Which, of course, shattered any calm I had. But it wasn’t until I was sitting at my dining room table, about to put a pen to the title page to sign my VERY FIRST FINISHED COPY OF THRONE OF GLASS that the enormity of the moment hit me, and I completely dissolved into happy tears.

I’m going to be posting a lot over the next few weeks, and a lot of those posts will be uber-emotional, SO I’m going to refrain from launching into an epic/endless thank you list right now (but you KNOW it's coming soon), but….Thank you to everyone (new readers and old) who has made this journey such an incredible experience so far. I couldn’t have done ANY of this without you. <3

SPEAKING of finished copies of THRONE OF GLASS… One of the questions that’s popped up on my twitter/FB feed a lot in the past weeks is: “Will there be a map?”

Short answer? Yes.

Long answer? Let me tell you a story.

(Seriously, get comfortable, because this is a LONG post…but an awesome one, I promise.)

So, several years ago (god, I don’t even know how many, but it feels like ages ago, perhaps before I was even published), I was approached by a long-time fan about making a map for THRONE OF GLASS.

Her name was Kelly, and she lived in Israel (HOW COOL, RIGHT?!), she’d read the first three TOG books on FictionPress, and also had a penchant for making epic fantasy/Tolkien-esque maps. …And then she offered to make a map for me. For free. For fun.

Obviously, I FREAKED, and sent her the horrible, embarrassing, totally unrealistic map I’d drawn of Erilea (the world of THRONE OF GLASS). A few weeks later, she sent me back a map that BLEW MY MIND. It was elegant and beautiful and made my world look cool and epic and—basically, it was everything I’d dreamed it’d be.

Flash forward a few years—to this past winter/spring, actually. I got an email from Bloomsbury, asking if I had a map (however vague/awful it might be) of the world of THRONE OF GLASS that they could send to a map designer/artist (they were in the process of looking for one).

My response? “OH HELL YES I HAVE A MAP THAT YOU COULD SHOW A DESIGNER.” (Obviously, I answered a bit more gracefully than that.)

So, I sent them the map that Kelly had drawn.

And they were so impressed and amazed by Kelly’s map that they wrote back, asking if I thought Kelly might be interested in designing the official map for the book.

Anddd I basically told them that if it were possible to hire Kelly, then having a FictionPress fan design the map for THRONE OF GLASS would be the coolest thing EVER.

So, we talked to Kelly. And she said yes. And then there was a long period of back-and-forth, of swapping sketches and tweaking geography and locations, AND…Rather than try to sound smart when I talk about this stuff, I thought it’d be cool if I interviewed Kelly RIGHT NOW, so you can get some insight into what it was like for her to make this map…

So, without further ado…My interview with TOG map designer, Kelly de Groot!

-So, you've been a fan of THRONE OF GLASS since its days on FP... Can you talk about how you found TOG on FP, and how you wound up making the initial (unofficial) map?

Cropped I started out reading stories on Fanfiction.net and from there I moved to Fictionpress. I think I maneuvered FP mostly by looking at my favorite authors/stories and then checking out their personal favorites. That’s how I found Queen/Throne of Glass, because already at that point I think it was the biggest thing on FP and nearly everyone had it on their list. I fell in love with the story instantly and I remember reading and re-reading it for hours on end.

In terms of the initial map, I’m really a total history nerd, and so I’ve always loved maps and cartography. I think it adds to the experience when you know where the characters are from, where events take place or how big the kingdoms are and where they are located.

Because Throne of Glass made so many mentions of places, cities, rivers and kingdoms, I tried to visualize a map in my head, but there weren’t enough details to get it right. It was then that I remembered a sketchy map of the continent that you had once posted on the Yahoo discussion board. I couldn’t access it again, so I mailed you for a copy and asked if I could make a ‘revamped’ version, in a Lord of the Rings-type style, and it all just went from there.

-Have you made many maps like this before? How did you get into it?

Nope, the Erilea map was really the first big map that I completed. Although I’d messed around with cartography a bit, I’d never actually created one myself.

I’ve always loved maps though, and whenever I read a book with a good map in the beginning, I usually find myself flipping back to it whilst I’m reading just to make sure that I know what places they’re talking about. I really fell in love with the artistic side of mapmaking after The Lord of the Rings movies came out. I still have books about the cartography of Tolkien’s world, and I had a huge map of Middle Earth next to my bed for most of my teenage years. After this, I usually just took some great maps from the internet and played around with them. But as my obsession with Throne of Glass grew, I knew it would be fantastic to put the two together and create a map for Erilea.

- The final map looks INCREDIBLE... What was your creation process like? What software did you use (can you say?)?

After you sent me your sketch of Erilea, I remember us going back and forth with it, making things clearer or outlining borders in Paint. Once that was settled, I took the image and used it as a base to create the final map in Photoshop CS.

I always start with the borders, then the rivers, and I roughly outline where the major mountain ranges and forests are. Then I fill those out with brushes (either ones that come with Photoshop, or free ones that people make available online – DeviantArt is an amazing source for this!), and add the cities and text. The initial map that I made was a colored version, so afterwards I also painted the background.

I remember the trickiest part for this map was the double border with the wavy line along the oceans. I really couldn’t find a brush that I liked enough to use as the ‘wave-y line’, so I decided to just draw all the waves by hand. Although I really liked the result as it made the map look more authentic with each wave being a bit different, my hand was TOTALLY dead for a day afterwards ;)

- What was it like to go from making fan-art to working with a publisher on official artwork for the book? Were there any things that surprised you?

The first phase involved me jumping around the room, super-super excited to work on the official artwork. I was also a bit nervous in the beginning because I’d never done an official map before.

Although I did have a completed map of Erilea, I decided to start a fresh one for this project, just because the resolution was so much bigger and also because various changes were introduced (names of places, but also in geography). The process was quite similar to the one of the initial map, except I’d gotten (hopefully!) a little better at Photoshop over the years, and the book version would also be just a black/white version, so I didn’t have to work on a colored background.

The main thing that surprised me was just how many considerations go into a map when it’s for publication. Because the map was destined to be a two-page spread, there were all kinds of geographical changes/continental distortions needed to make sure the major places in the map remained visible. There were also all kinds of font considerations to make sure it remained legible on paper, yet also have it retain a fantasy like quality.

In the end, I learned so much from the process. I sometimes had no idea about some of the terms used (Gutter? Bleed? Kerning?) because I’d never done anything professionally. I also realized that I had really neglected some amazing Photoshop tools that I’d never thought to use before. Working on the map definitely made me more Photoshop-savvy.

- So, what do you do when you're not making maps for books?

Back when I did the initial map I was in my first year of university (just finished my degree a few days ago though J), so I was mostly busy being a nerd and studying. In my spare time however, I love reading books (mostly fantasy), dancing, playing the piano and running (when I don’t feel lazy).

- If you could draw a map for any other book/series, what would it be and why?

Oooh, good question! Many of the great YA fantasy books I’ve read lately seem to take place in a dystopian version of our own world, and many high fantasy ones that do have a world of their own already have great maps. But if I could make one regardless I would probably do something Lord of the Rings or Game of Thrones related, because I love worlds that are big and rich in history. I also think it’d be interesting to try drawing city-maps. I love Veronica Roth’s Divergent series, which takes place in a dystopian Chicago, with different factions occupying different parts of the city. It’d be quite cool to see how she visualizes it in her head and put it on paper.

Of course, I would definitely draw anything Throne of Glass related that we might get to read about in the future!

-Any other map projects on your horizon? Are you making yourself available to other publishers and authors for work? Is there a place where they can contact/reach you (or see your portfolio)??

I never actually thought of map-making professionally, but I had such a good time working on Erilea that I definitely would consider taking on other projects. I don’t have a website/portfolio at the moment, so anyone interested can just email me (kvanederen@gmail.com) or contact me through FB (http://www.facebook.com/kvanederen)

<3 <3 <3 Thank you SO much, Kelly, for doing this interview!


So…yes. There is a map in THRONE OF GLASS.

And it is a map that I love with my heart and soul. It’s the map I DREAMED of having—though if you want to see it in full, you’ll have to pick up a copy of THRONE OF GLASS (the UK/ANZ and the US editions all have Kelly’s map)! It has been such an incredible honor for me to be able to work with a FictionPress fan on this map, to have a FictionPress fan leave their mark on the series like this. And it has made the book that much more special to me.

I mean, these 3 photos pretty much embody the process we’ve gone through over the years. My (really embarrassing) sketch of the map, Kelly’s initial map makeover (years ago, when the countries/places were named different things), and then a snippet from the final map (I apologize for how blurry/dark the photo is…My iPhone did NOT want to focus!).

Original Map
 Kelly&quot;s Sketch
 Final Map

So, thank you, Kelly, for bringing my world to life. I am ASTOUNDED by your talent, and so, so, so grateful that you said Yes when Bloomsbury approached you about doing the map. When I got my finished UK copies of THRONE OF GLASS last week, seeing YOUR MAP was THE thing that made me start sobbing (I actually wound up crouching inside my pantry, hysterically weeping as I clung to a stack of Perrier cases. Which is just about the craziest/weirdest reaction I’ve had so far in this journey.) I can’t wait to work with you on future projects!!! <3

And speaking of future projects…

Be sure to check back here on THURSDAY (8/2). I’ll be celebrating the UK/ANZ release of THRONE OF GLASS (!!!) and announcing some SUPER AWESOME THRONE OF GLASS news!!!


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Jul. 31st, 2012 06:01 pm (UTC)
Not gonna lie, I may have gotten a "spec of dust" in my eyes when I saw that photo yesterday :)

I remember when you got that map! You posted it on your livejournal, and it was pretty awesome to see it all laid out like that.

Is it release date yet?!
Jul. 31st, 2012 06:06 pm (UTC)
LOL! Spec of dust. Hehe. <3

And yes! Kelly's map was the one I shared years and years ago...And it looks even MORE amazing now that we've made some changes to it! :D :D

And only a week left!!! Eeee!
Jul. 31st, 2012 06:09 pm (UTC)
That is AWESOME and amazing and I love how you have a HUGE support network of people you know (and don't know) who love you!!

Jul. 31st, 2012 06:11 pm (UTC)
I know I've said it before, but my FP fans are the greatest people EVER. Seriously, I am the luckiest author alive. Getting to work with a FP fan on the map was just...so beyond cool I can't even describe it. <3

Jul. 31st, 2012 06:12 pm (UTC)
This is making me so excited for Throne of Glass! Eeee! :D
Jul. 31st, 2012 06:30 pm (UTC)
Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!!

Kelly de Groot
Jul. 31st, 2012 06:28 pm (UTC)
Wow, it's my map! Obviously I've seen the final map, but this is the first time I've seen a picture of it actually printed!!! SO EXCITED!!!!
Jul. 31st, 2012 06:29 pm (UTC)
OMG, Kelly. You have NO IDEA how amazing it looks in the book. I just kept staring and staring and staring at it (and crying). THANK YOU SO MUCH for your hard work--I am HONORED to have been able to work with you on this!!! :D
Jul. 31st, 2012 06:40 pm (UTC)
Ack! That is so neat that a FP fan ended up being the one to make the map - and it looks FANTASTIC!

Also, can I just say that I love the light fixture above your mountain of books? I can't stop staring at it! I wish one of those books was destined for me, but alas, Books of Wonders' shipping to Canada is more than double the cost of the book, so I'll have to settle for a plain, unsigned but undoubtedly still lovely copy. I honestly can't believe that the release is only a week away! After reading QoG on FP and then lurking your journal for years, it's actually coming out in a week? WHAT.

Jul. 31st, 2012 06:46 pm (UTC)
Having a fan make the map was seriously one of the COOLEST parts of this journey! :D

And lol, I <3 my chandelier, too. Too bad we rarely use our dining room!

Hmm.. Maybe I'll get TOG bookplates or something to sign and send to people who can't a) buy a signed copy or b) attend a signing! :)

And aghhh, I know. So, so crazy that after TEN YEARS, this book is finally going to be out on shelves. Someone pinch me!!!
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Jul. 31st, 2012 07:10 pm (UTC)
Aww, this post was so sweet! The maps are amazing, of course. I can't wait to see it in person! :D
Jul. 31st, 2012 07:41 pm (UTC)
Thanks, Sydney!!! :D
Jul. 31st, 2012 07:25 pm (UTC)
Dude. What I can see of the map is ABSOLUTELY beautiful. Wow.
And... A week? Holy eff, that's soon.

And okay, this may make me a bad friend but I started snickering at the Perrier-case-sob-fest story. XD

Also (small world) but did I ever tell you that that "long-time-FP-fan-who-triggered-your-crying" and I went to college together... and one of the things we bonded over was our mutual love of ToG? <3
Jul. 31st, 2012 07:45 pm (UTC)
lol, if it makes you feel any better, I texted Sooz right after I walked out of the pantry and said something like: "....I think I just cried in my pantry." And then she laughed at me. :P

And NO WAY! You went to college with Juliann? I LOVE her. She is one of the sweetest, loveliest, and most talented people ever! :D
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Angelica Barone
Jul. 31st, 2012 07:27 pm (UTC)
I *thought* that the map looked familiar! I must have seen it when you first posted it. ^_^ That is so cool that a fictionpress fan got to design the actual finished product. Kelly should TOTALLY go into designing maps for books as a living.

You must be floating on air with your *official* book release so soon. I still can't believe that I was lucky enough that Chapters put it out early and I can't believe that it only took me 5 (or so) hours to read it. I just COULD NOT put it down, it was just that good. There were parts that were vaguely familiar, and scenes that brought me back to the 16 year old self that stayed up late into the night reading on fiction press and there were the new bits which had me scratching my head 'cause I had NO idea what was going to happen next. ^_^ I will be re-reading it again before the year is out. ^_^ And hopefully the girl that I sold the book to last week will feel the same way. ^_^

I can't believe the sight of all those books! First off, your chandelier is amazing. Second, it is so cool that you're signing them for your fans. If I had $53 dollars to spare, I would totally get a signed copy and a limited edition pen... but I don't, so I can't. All I can do is re-read the book and look at the superb map. ^_^

And "super awesome Throne of Glass news"? Oh Sarah you have me on pins and needles now! ^_^
Jul. 31st, 2012 07:48 pm (UTC)
I know, right? She totally could have a career in this!! :)

I am SO EXCITED for August 7th, I could burst. The next week is going to feel SO LONG!!!

Thank you so, so much for the lovely words about TOG. It means SO much to me to hear that, especially coming from a FP fan. <3

And the news is pretty awesome!! :D
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Jul. 31st, 2012 08:42 pm (UTC)
Thank you so much!!! I am SO EXCITED for you to read TOG!!!! :D :D <3 <3
Jul. 31st, 2012 08:03 pm (UTC)
my dad and i used to do water-color and ink maps of our walks through the woods (...i grew up in the middle of nowhere), with made-up names of the different places we had stumbled upon, so i have a deep-seated love of maps. and that one looks absolutely GORGEOUS. it's super cool that a fan from FP made it, too!

counting the days til the 7th!! :D
Jul. 31st, 2012 08:43 pm (UTC)
Oh, WOW. That is so cool!!! I love that! (You should totally scan some in and show me!)

Only a week left!!!!!
D Hausner
Jul. 31st, 2012 08:16 pm (UTC)
This is so awesome!!! Congratulations on everything!!! I am so excited and happy for you. I know that might not carry as much weight coming from a complete stranger and newbie to your site but I truly am happy for you. I can't wait to pick up (download) a copy of TOG. The little pic of the map looks awesome. Who doesn't love a good map in fantasy?
I just started reading Sooz's book (which is totally awesome). TOG is the next one on my list.
Being a thirty-something male (WOOT WOOT!! Represent!), I might be in the minority demographic here but I look forward to reading TOG and wish you all the best.
I can't wait to finish writing the YA fantasy epic that has been swirling around in my head. You and Sooz really got me motivated. Best of luck!!
Jul. 31st, 2012 08:47 pm (UTC)
Oh, thank you! That is so wonderful to hear! (I am also a HUGE fan of maps in fantasy books!) And isn't Sooz's book wonderful? Agh, so much love for that book. <3

And YAY for minority demographics! Honestly, it's such a pleasant surprise to find a guy (and a 30-something one!) reading YA! Hooray!! :)

And best of luck with YOUR writing, too! :)
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Ashley Evans
Jul. 31st, 2012 08:18 pm (UTC)
This is SOOOOO COOL!!! I've always loved maps in books! I love drooling over them and referring back to them as I read the book and obsessing over how totally awesome looking they are! I can't wait for my finished copy of Throne of Glass to arrive so I can see it and drool over it and then freak out over ruining the book with my drool!

Okay this is getting weird.

I love this story though. It's so cool that one of your fans was able to draw the official map! That is sooo awesome! Squee!!
Jul. 31st, 2012 08:48 pm (UTC)
Me too! I CONSTANTLY refer back to maps in books! So, it was such a honor and delight to learn that I'd get one, too! :D

And thank you so much, Ashley! I can't wait for you to read ToG!! <3
Jul. 31st, 2012 09:09 pm (UTC)
That is pretty amazing. I love maps, they bring an anchor to the story. And I wish I could draw them, but unfortunately I end up with squared countries with weird wiggly lines.

I can't believe there's only a week left!! I'm so excited because I ordered one of the autographed copies!!! It needs to be next week now.

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Jul. 31st, 2012 11:57 pm (UTC)
Totally agree! Maps really help to flesh out the world of a book and just add a little something extra!! :D

And I know! 1 week!!! eeee!!!! And thanks for ordering from Books of Wonder--they are an AMAZING store!
Jul. 31st, 2012 09:43 pm (UTC)
I'm also one of your FP fans. I was SO excited when I saw that picture. I showed my parents and they were being very nice, saying "oh, that's great..." but they didn't really understand. Anyway, I remember that first map. I remembered thinking "wow, that's way better than how I imagined it!"
Jul. 31st, 2012 11:56 pm (UTC)
Awww, thank you!!! :D :D
Arianna Sterling
Jul. 31st, 2012 09:59 pm (UTC)
I saw the map in the book before I saw this post! Like...by the way the UK books were shipped early apparently. Because yeah, I came home from work and it was here and I like squealed and hugged it and cried a little bit. (I told you I would!)

I love it. All of it. I love the map and I love the changes so far (okay, I only read one chapter, but the first draft is still extraordinarily clear in my head, so I'm noticing ALL of the changes) and just...just...GAH. So happy! I can't put it into words.

Thank you for writing this incredible book.
And thank you, Kelly, for providing awesome map inside the book.

Serious business, this entire thing is just amazing and..yes. Okay, I give up on words now. I'm just going to sit and keep reading this book.
Jul. 31st, 2012 11:56 pm (UTC)
<3 <3 <3 Thank you so much for EVERYTHING, Arianna!!! I am SO excited for you to read TOG again, and that you're enjoying the book so far!!! Hope you like the rest! Eeeee!!! <3 <3 <3
Jul. 31st, 2012 10:23 pm (UTC)
Dear Sarah,

Awesome map! QoG was my number 1 favorite story on FP too. I think I might even try to go to your launch party! (Your book + meeting you personally will be a graduation gift to myself xD ) I hope you will be able to give us more information about it soon! I really want your signature in my book T__________T;; Like.. really really want one. Oh, and maybe a signature for all of your future books too? ^____________^

Jul. 31st, 2012 11:55 pm (UTC)
Oooh! You should totally come to the launch party, Mindy!! I'll be announcing more news about it over the next few days (it's on August 7th at 6 PM at Mrs. Nelson's Toy and Book Shop)! :)
Jul. 31st, 2012 11:51 pm (UTC)
Love it!! It reminds me of the map in my favorite book Sabriel by Garth Nix.
Jul. 31st, 2012 11:54 pm (UTC)
:D That's high praise indeed! Thank you!!
Aug. 1st, 2012 12:27 am (UTC)
Ugh!!!! I am SO excited to see this map! It sounds incredible and I'm such a big fan of maps! Think they'll make posters? Cause I would probably frame that ;p

Cannot wait to celebrate Tuesday! No more weird crying fits!!! This is exciting!!!! There's no need to hide in your pantry! ;)

So glad fictionpress will be fully represented in the book! And so glad that something so close to you could stick with you this long.


Aug. 1st, 2012 12:55 am (UTC)
Yay! So exciting!
And the map is awesome! I wish I could create something like that. Kelly did an AMAZING job!
Aug. 1st, 2012 03:38 am (UTC)
Wow, that is so awesome! I remember seeing that map when you posted about it years ago, and I distinctly remember thinking: That map is so amazing and professional-looking...how cool would it be for it to be printed with the actual book? Of course, at the time it was just wishful thinking and I had no idea that it was even possible, so it's such a wonderful surprise to hear that the book and map are really coming together like this! This just makes me even more excited to get my hands on the book. Congrats, Sarah (and Kelly)!

-Sarah S.
Aug. 1st, 2012 06:41 am (UTC)
Aaah, less than a week left!!

I remember the original map coming out... I even had it as my desktop image for a while (and do again now, actually, in anticipation of release day!). It was impressive then, and it still is! It's so awesome that she made the OFFICIAL map, though!! As if I didn't have enough to look forward to... :D
Aug. 1st, 2012 04:44 pm (UTC)
I cried a bit to be honest. I don't know if they're releasing it in the Philippines on the 7th too but I'll be going to the bookstore anyway. :) Actually, I'll just email them now. HAHAHA

When I think of TOG these days, the equation is simple... TOG = dreams coming true. It really is though!

Oh and thought I'd mention, the TOG tag on tumblr is picking up and fanarts are cropping up.

Congratulations Sarah and Kelly! :)
Aug. 4th, 2012 01:14 am (UTC)
4 days!
It's cool that you're going to have a Tolkien-style map! Kind of a nice way to feel connected to LotR

I can't believe ToG is going to be on my doorstep next week. I was trying to explain to someone that my excitement has been about 8 years in the making! I'm just going to have to come to B&N next week to smile at the shelves since I already pre-ordered on amazon. haha

One of my friends listened to my nagging and just pre-ordered. Success!

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