Best friends Moot and Ward find a black-and-white cat alone in the forest. With its owner nowhere to be seen, they undertake a journey to a faraway village. Will they find who the cat belongs to?
Case of the Lost Ocelot is an unofficial Minecraft story for young readers ages 6-8. With full color pages and engaging narrative, this is the perfect transition between the early reader series and junior novels.
I’ve been realizing that I purchase at least one book a week from the Amazon Kindle store thanks to Bookbub and other recommendations. The books I purchase are almost always on sale, so 99c – $2.99. I’ve been eyeing the Kindle Unlimited program, and it seems like it would still save me money in the long run. However, I buy books because I support authors, so I want to hear from you. Would you rather get a sale on a discounted book or a full read on Kindle Unlimited?
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Attack of the Griefers, book 2 of the Glitcher series is now available!
Red and his friends are back in a brand new action-packed adventure! From the author of the Unofficial Minecraft Early Reader Stories comes the second installment of the Glitcher series for ages 7-12.
There’s a new glitcher in town – and he’s throwing the Overworld into chaos. When strange things start to happen, from hordes of creepers to raining ocelots, it’s up to Red and his friends to find the person responsible and end the craziness. Together again, they travel to the Griefer Hall of Fame and make a list of possible suspects. Will they figure out which griefer has taken on the abandoned mantle of The Glitcher and stop him once and for all?
What can make it better? A contest of course! Just submit a screenshot of your favorite griefer from the book for a chance to win a $25 gift card to Ender Toys! Click here to enter!
Strangely enough, even though I’ve sold over a thousand copies, I have yet to receive one review on any of the five books. Amazon’s response is ‘we can’t tell you why’. Sigh.
I also took a set to the local library, and the lady there was SO EXCITED about having Minecraft books for kids she asked me if I could come in a do a reading sometime. How awesome is that? I can’t wait!
Overall, this self-publishing thing is going pretty well and I’m not so afraid of doing that for my other novels now.