Release of Wolf Moon

At last the wait is over. You can now buy Book 3 of The Wolves of Vimar, Wolf Moon.

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The group called Wolf have been enlisted into the Erian Army against their will, and they soon learn that an invasion is planned into their homeland of Grosmer.

As the heroes make their escape, they accidentally stumble upon an old Dwarven city, and become friends with them.

Facing enemies on all sides, the five must find where their loyalties lie, and save their homeland from certain destruction.

 

This part follows the 5 members of Wolf who were not arrested and taken to Frelli. Their adventures and discoveries are no less astounding than those taken prisoner. Strange people and impossible creatures cross their path, and they need to use their wit and imagination to get home.

 

You can buy your copy of Wolf Moon by clicking on the picture above, or on this link.

If you haven’t already purchased books 1 and 2, you can get them by clicking on the links below, on the book image here or on My Books page.

The Wolf Pack

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The Never-Dying Man

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If you have read any of The Wolves of Vimar series, please would you leave a review. Reviews are important to authors and readers alike, as they help readers find the kind of books they like, and authors to connect with their readers. Thank you.

Please leave a comment and I’ll get back to you.

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Stop Killing the Planet with Water Bottles [Infographic]

I think this is a very important post. Please share. We should all be aware of what we are doing.
Using all that oil to make bottles is a waste. It’s not only fuel and plastics that oil is used for, but many other things. I’ll do a post about that soon.

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Naturally, all of us drink water, and many of us opt for bottled water instead of tap in an effort to stay healthier. But drinking from a disposable plastic water bottle isn’t necessarily a healthier option—and it has a highly negative impact on our environment.

It starts well before a plastic bottle even touches your lips. Creating one year’s worth of bottled water requires 17 million barrels of oil, enough to fuel 1.3 million cars or power 190,000 homes. And after a plastic bottle is disposed of, it might become one of the 38 billion bottles that end up in our landfills each year. Even worse, it might wash into the ocean, where plastic waste kills 1.1 million marine creatures annually.

What’s more, plastic water bottles sometimes contain harmful chemicals like BPA, which means that “healthier” bottled water could actually be causing serious health problems.

This infographic from Printwand is…

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Book Launch

Wolf Moon, Book 3 in The Wolves of Vimar series, is ready for publishing. Not sure of the actual date, but I’ve just had the word from the Publisher that they can go ahead just as soon as I approve the copies.

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I’m going to do that asap. I need to just check them first. As soon as the book is on sale, I’ll let you know.

This book follows the half of Wolf who were not captured and taken to Frelli, the capitol of Erian. They have some exciting times before they get back to Grosmer to warn of the preparations for war that are happening in Erian.

Cover Reveal

I’ve just received a suggested cover from my publisher for Wolf Moon, book 3 of The Wolves of Vimar series.

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What do you think of it? Let me know in the comments, please.

Not sure when it will be released. I’m waiting for the editor to finish with it and send it to me for approval. I’ll keep you all informed.

Book 1, The Wolf Pack and Book 2, The Never-Dying Man can be bought from Amazon by clicking on the titles, or the pictures in My Books page.

Creature Feature: Panda Ant

A fascinating creature, but not one I’d want to come into contact with!

There are some really cute insects out there, and one genus of especially cute insects is the genus Euspinolia, called the Panda Ants. Panda Ants are actually not ants at all, but instead are wasps of the family Mutillidae, commonly called the Velvet Ants. The Panda Ant was first described to science in 1938 and is found in dry coastal regions of Chile. Like many wasp species, and unlike true ants, Panda Ants do not live in colonies and also do not have queens and drones and workers. Panda Ants get their name from the dramatic black and white coloration of the females. However, don’t get too comfortable around a Panda Ant because they get their other common name of Cow Killer Ants from the incredibly painful sting they can deliver from their unusually long and maneuverable stinger. Only

females can sting since the stinger in these wasps is…

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Some Beautiful thoughts from Quill and Parchment

I came across this post in my mail and thought it rather thoughtful and beautiful, so wanted to share it with you. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.

I’m sorry it’s not my usual piece of writing at the beginning of the month, but I’ve had a very busy time of late. I’ll get back to posting my writing later in June, then back to the normal schedule by July, I hope.

via The Beginning Of The End!