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Ghostwalker - Book Four of the Kingdom of Walden Series - On Shelves April 21st, 2017

The fourth book of the Kingdom of Walden Series, Ghostwalker, on shelves everywhere April 21st, 2017.

Again (almost a flashback here to October when Between Silence and Fire came out) a certain retailer is already selling it (Kindle) but, again, you have one last week to wait if you want the hardcover.

Now we're five years after I wrote the first book, After Oil.  Five years and three years since After Oil was first released way back during Anime North in May 2014.  Now, we're four books in and I have something else to tell you.

Ignore the acknowledgments in the back when I say Ghostwalker is the last book...

... There at least two more books.  (What?  What? WHAT?!)

You read that correctly.  Two more books!

So, the list is now up to six:
  1. After Oil
  2. The Last Iron Horse
  3. Between Silence and Fire
  4. Ghostwalker
  5. Red Sails
  6. Whispers on the Wind

I will have more news as things happen, but don't forget about these two events coming up:


Next weekend I am hosting a massive online release party to celebrate Ghostwalker's release, and I've invited numerous other authors from every genre out there to help me host it.  If you're looking for your next read after Ghostwalker, you should come check it out.


On the 29th of April, I will be supporting "Authors for Indies", which is a Canadian National day to support independent bookstores around the country.  It is a day of books, authors, bookstores... cupcakes... no, seriously.  


It's author Kari Fisher's (not that Carrie Fisher) birthday that day as well.  I'll have a signing, we'll share some cupcakes and have a great day.  If you're not in Sudbury for that particular event, please check out your local independent bookstore for events.  See you there!

About Ghostwalker

Alone…
… But this hardly means lost.

Derek Moss is alone and far behind the enemy lines controlled by Colonel Harnet. While he’s not lost–it’s hard to be lost when he’s managed to find his own, if old, backyard in Garson itself–he finds himself cut off from the Rangers of Walden and without allies as his own have presumed him dead. But he knows one thing Harnet doesn’t… and that’s how to win even when the odds are against him.

A Kingdom pressed on two sides.

The death of a Queen is never easy, but it’s twice as difficult to hold everything together as Regent when Marissa now has to deal with the slavers sensing an opening on her West… and the war with Harnet on her East. All she wants is a chance to breathe again–and to mourn the heavy losses the war to retake the Downtown Core have cost her new home…

… But time isn’t on anyone’s side.

WHERE TO BUY

Amazon Links
  • US:  https://goo.gl/FFWPj7
  • Canada: https://goo.gl/tOXXBU
  • UK: https://goo.gl/VykwNj
  • Australia: https://goo.gl/LwDhqy
Chapters-Indigo (Canada)
  • Hardcover: https://goo.gl/cjHJRo
  • E-Book (Kobo - Canada only): https://goo.gl/Xct37n
  • Kobo - All other regions:  https://goo.gl/CCQmiG
Barnes & Noble (US)
  • Both Hardcover & Nook:  https://goo.gl/LUfdYL
Waterstones (UK)
  • https://goo.gl/VKwno9
Apple iBooks: https://goo.gl/im3BLv
Google Play (e-book): https://goo.gl/bVcDCe
Booktopia (Australia):  https://goo.gl/ssgLRl

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