The Treasure of Milky Lake EPUB edition is now listed on Chapters.ca. This is a Kobo-based purchase and download, so before you buy it, make sure you either have a Kobo device, or the Kobo app on your iOS or Android device.
There’s more good news, everyone! The EPUB version of The Treasure of Milky Lake is also now available for purchase! You can read it on KOBO devices, or you can read it on your Android or iOS device via the KOBO app. Just go to the KOBO store, and you can purchase your copy. Also, it should be available in other stores that sell KOBO-based EPUB books, such as Chapters.ca, in the future.
If you’re wondering if it will also be available on the Google Play Store, unfortunately it won’t because for some odd reason, Google doesn’t allow new book uploads anymore, even if the author is the publisher.
Good news everyone! You can now purchase the Kindle version of The Treasure of Milky Lake! Just go to your country’s Amazon store, do a search for the title or my name, and you will see it there. And the best part is that you can read it on any mobile device with the Amazon Kindle app. So if you don’t have a Kindle device, it’s not a big problem!
If you’re looking to head to the library to read The Treasure of Milky Lake, you can now do so in the following libraries:
- Calgary Public Library
- High River
- Turner Valley (Sheep River Library)
If you’re closest library is not in one of the above locations, please let your local library know that you would like them to add The Treasure of Milky Lake to their collection.
Two years ago, I started work on The Treasure of Milky Lake by starting on outlining it. Last year, I finished up the first draft of it. Today, I am happy to announce that The Treasure of Milky Lake is finally available for purchase! As I mentioned about a month and a half ago, this book is a children’s book targeted towards kids in Grades 4-8, although parents would also enjoy reading this book.
To get your very own copy of The Treasure of Milky Lake, please go to the following link:
The book is also available for purchase from Amazon, Barnes and Noble, other online bookstores (keep checking to see if it is listed on their websites), and via special order through your local bookstore. If you would like your local bookstore or your local library to carry physical copies on their shelves, go there and make a request to them.
The third round of editing for my third book, The Treasure of Milky Lake, is now finished. I’m going to be starting the final push towards getting the book published very soon, so that means that the two-year process from starting the outlining to getting it out for you to purchase is almost done.
Be sure to keep an eye out over the next few weeks to about month and a half for a post announcing that finally, you can purchase your very own copy of the print version The Treasure of Milky Lake. I will also let you know that this is a children’s book targeted towards kids in about Grades 4-8, so for you parents out there, this would be an excellent addition to your child(ren)’s book collection(s).
As for the e-book version, that will be released either later this year or early next year.
The second round of editing for the third book is now done. That means that it’s much closer to finally being published. The goal is to get it fully done and published within the next month.
I have selected the title for the third book, which is a children’s book. It will be called The Treasure of Milky Lake. Just like Journey Through the Video Game World, it will be available in paperback for the printed edition, and epub and mobi formats for the ebook edition.
It took a while, but the first round of editing for my third book is finally finished. I’ll let you know when the second round of editing is done. Because of the delay, it may not be until this April before it is officially available for sale.
It’s been over a year since I started outlining my third book. It’s been almost a year since I starting actually writing it. But I am happy say that the first draft of it is finally done. It will probably take some time for editing to occur, but at least the second stage is over. It took so long because I also have the photography business to run, and I had taken all of those photos that I’ve taken over the spring and summer, many of which required editing, and so it wasn’t so easy to get back into writing.
I will tell you it’s probably not going to be a very huge book compared to my first two, and that’s because it’s a children’s book, and I wanted to ensure it was an easy read for them. The other reason is that this is my first attempt at a children’s book, and I wanted to do something simple. Also, in case you’re wondering when my target for release is, I’m hoping for early 2017.