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First 100 Copies Sold!


Wow! I’ve been so blessed by the support of you, my family and friends. I’m really excited to pass this milestone. Yes, it’s a humble beginning. In the grand scheme of the publishing world, it’s not a Times Bestseller or an impressive-sounding literary award.

But it’s a start.

Meanwhile, as Shards of Law takes its first steps, I’ve been hard at work on Book Two of the Avanir Chronicles. The continuation of the story is going to be a wild ride! I’m currently about 40% of the way through the first draft of my rewrite. There’s still a lot of work to do, but it’s nice to take a rest from the publishing business and return to the joy of writing: this unfettered period of creativity will always be my favourite step.

If you still haven’t gotten your copy, or if you think someone you know might like it, the paperback version of my book is available for purchase on Amazon and other online retailers.

And if you’d like to read it without the commitment of buying, you can check out my Instagram/Facebook page (@ledereksen) and track down a copy in the Little Free Libraries of Wolseley. I’m also looking into getting a copy in the Winnipeg Public Library, so if that’s something you’d like to see, you can help me out by suggesting a library purchase here.


WRITING UPDATE: E-Launch Friday, December 14th!

Christmas is coming, and so too is my book! I am excited to announce that my e-book is available for pre-order on Amazon, and will officially go on sale Friday, December 14.

But what about your print copy? Are you, like me, a lover of ink and paper? Don’t worry! I am eagerly awaiting my proof copy from the printers. (Any day now!) Then I will make my final approval, and the physical book will go up for sale in online stories. However, because of the busyness of the season, together with the Canada Post backlog, the printed book might not be available to wrap and stick under the tree. It will, however, be waiting for you in the new year.

Can’t wait? Head on over to Amazon right now and order your e-copy.

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