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    Fortymile Available on Kindle and Paperback

    Dec 31, 2015

    Fortymile in now available on Kindle and in Paperback.

    Forging North is Free! - Fortymile Available on Kindle

    Dec 26, 2015

    Forging North, the first in the Life on the Alaska Frontier series, is free on Kindle now through December 27.

    Fortymile for Kindle can be ordered from Amazon now.

    The print version of Fortymile will be available by mid-January.

    Fortymile Coming on Kindle December 23

    Dec 21, 2015

    Fortymile for Kindle can be pre-ordered from Amazon now and will be released on December 23.

    Fortymile is approximately 328 pages, over one hundred more than Forging North.

    If you haven’t read Forging North, the first in the Life on the Alaska Frontier series, be sure to read it before you tackle Fortymile.

    The print version of Fortymile will be available by mid-January.

    Fortymile is Available for Pre-Order on Kindle

    Dec 16, 2015

    Fortymile for Kindle can be pre-ordered from Amazon now!

    We’re working hard to complete both the Kindle and print versions of Fortymile, but in the meantime you can pre-order for Kindle and get it delivered as soon as it’s released.

    Fortymile is approximately 328 pages, over one hundred more than Forging North.

    Fortymile Story is Complete

    Dec 11, 2015

    The Fortymile story is complete, however, due to the Christmas rush, we’re experiencing delays getting it into sales channels.

    This means it may be a little longer before you can read Fortymile, but we think it will be worth the wait…


    He was certain there was enough kerosene to get it going, so he tried again—with no success, this time the match going out before reaching the wood. Moving down the ladder several rungs, he struck another match and tossed it. With a loud, booming sound the pile ignited, flames jumping up and nearly catching his pants on fire. He scrambled up the ladder while the flames licked at him, smoke filling the shaft as he ascended.

    That was close, thought Thomas as he crawled out of the shaft, making a mental note not to do it that way again. Looking back down the shaft he could see the fire was burning, the dry kindling doing its job as the rest of the wood began to burn.


    Scene from Fortymile


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