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Between Silence and Fire - Book Three of the Kingdom of Walden Series - On Shelves October 28th, 2016

I'm really pleased to announce that the third book of the Kingdom of Walden Series, Between Silence and Fire, will be on shelves everywhere on October 28th, 2016.

Some retailers already are selling it (Kindle) but you have one last week to wait if you want the hardcover.  It's almost here.

I can't believe it's been four years since I first wrote After Oil and started this whole thing.  You guys have been amazing in pushing me to keep the series going.  I'm sure some of you have also noticed the change from "Trilogy" to "Series"...

... Why is that?

Well, it's not a trilogy anymore!

You wanted more - and now you've got it.  I have already written (and apparently on Kobo it, too, is available for pre-order now) the fourth book of this series, Ghostwalker.  Ghostwalker will pick up almost immediately after this one ends... and you won't have as long a wait between this book and Ghostwalker.  Unlike these past three books, Ghostwalker was written at the same time and edited together with Between Silence and Fire which means it will drop at the end of April instead of the end of September/October.

That's not all... check this out.  That link takes you to the Kingdom of Walden Wikia, and as you can see from the page there's more exciting news for this series.

Also, if you're in the Sudbury area, check out this event.  I'll have a few copies of the three books at the event, and I'll gladly sign any books (that I've written) that you bring me.  So, come on out.  Hang out and have a coffee with me.  Let's chat about writing, The Kingdom of Walden, publishing in general, or even about the weather.


About Between Silence and Fire


THE LINE IS DRAWN 
Four years ago Derek Moss formed the Rangers of Walden to protect the last spark of civilization from those who would see it all vanish into dust.

Now, Colonel Harnet has encroached into the borders. He has one aim on his mind--taking the last barrier between him and total control over the whole Region.

ALLIES UNDER FIRE 

Communities once free are slowly falling under the tyranny of Colonel Harnet. Those who resist are brutally dispersed. Survivors are forced to flee to new safe havens or into communities who have bowed under the pressure.

One last one remains--the small enclave of survivors led by Russell Wither on the shore of Richard Lake.

THE DRUMS OF WAR THUNDER 

When Harnet's soldiers strike deep into the heart of the Kingdom of Walden, tragedy soon follows.

Fanning the flames of war is the knowledge that they cannot leave their allies with only silence as an answer.

WHERE TO BUY

Amazon Links
US: goo.gl/LBMT2O
Canada: goo.gl/yfJO0T
UK: goo.gl/4lY2fA
Australia: https://goo.gl/G1MtEs

Chapters-Indigo (Canada)
Hardcover: https://goo.gl/0hlJGN
E-Book (Kobo - Canada only): https://goo.gl/58e12o
Kobo - All other regions: https://goo.gl/Fo6A7v

Barnes & Noble (US)
Both Hardcover & Nook:  https://goo.gl/8ikdFA

Waterstones (UK)
https://goo.gl/4ujZpE

Apple iBookshttps://goo.gl/j1n4Xd

Google Play (e-book): https://goo.gl/vRHKW8

Booktopia (Australia)https://goo.gl/NZ6Qb4


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