I am delighted to announce that The Search For The Unicorns ebook is available everywhere! Now yes, this is the ebook version.
It’s available on Amazon, it’s available on Kobo, basically you name the place, you can buy it there.
If you want to buy an ebook directly from me, email me at: [email protected] and we can make arrangements from there.
If you are wanting a hard copy of the book it will be made available in a little while, why am I not giving an exact time? Because I am waiting on proofs to come back from the printer and other last minute technical stuff before it can be released.
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Argh! Sorry everyone! It’s been too long since I’ve written in here! I’ve been super busy getting ready for Calgary Comics and Entertainment Expo (I like to call it C2E3: the Canuck edition). If anyone wants to catch up with me, I’ll be at K10 in the artist’s alley.
I’ve also been doing some writing. When I get back from Calgary I’ll start giving out some treats for those of you who are subscribed to my newsletter!
I’ll try to do a couple more updates before Calgary. Talk to you all soon!
For those of you who have bought Railroad Rising for your Kobo, please, drop a review for the book:
Railroad Rising on Kobo
If you are a Barnes and Nobel Nook person you can drop a review here:
Barnes and Nobel
And of course, if you are Kindle-enabled:
Railroad Rising on Amazon.ca
Railroad Rising on Amazon.com
Here is another review by Peter Jasion:
I really enjoyed this book. It reminded me of David Brin’s “The Practice Effect” (which is high praise indeed as it is one of my favorite Brin novels!).
The characters of Carrtog and Yakor were very well developed from the beginning. I did find it interesting how their roles of mentor-student migrated to Lord-‘Master’ Squire by the end of the story. I was a little surprised on how his ‘abilities’ evolved so quickly. Also, the interaction between Carrtog and Lady Adengler from the beginning was quite entertaining and fairly realistic in my opinion as she certainly was no pushover! And finally, King Bornival was an excellent antagonist.
I’ll be publishing more reviews as I get them. Stay tuned to this website for more interesting articles and sign up for the newsletter to be a part of something special (it’s a super secret club!)
I’m kicking off the New Year, not with a bunch of resolutions but with a review of Railroad Rising!
I would like to thank Dayna Leigh Cheser for her gracious and well thought out review!
RBD: Book Review – Railroad Rising: The Black Powder Rebellion