The Thirteenth Hour Blog has an eBay page – why? Because who doesn’t like a bargain?
Buying direct allows you to get signed, in-print copies of the books below at discount prices since shipping is free. It’s the same service you’d receive if you bought your books in-person at a convention, minus the entry fee! WIN! Plus, I’ll throw in some bonus surprise swag to keep things interesting. It might be a handmade bookmark, a magnet, a new picture, Thirteenth Hour chewing gum … the possibilities are almost endless!
I’m able to do that since I can get print copies of my books direct from the manufacturer at cheaper prices. In addition, I can offer a limited number of signed out-of-print previous editions of books at bargain basement prices! I’m not really doing this for money, so making more dinero isn’t the main goal for me. Finding ways to get books into the hands of people who want to read them is.
So check out the growing catalog of items for sale! (eBay items are also linked below in eBay logo colored text)
Books in The Thirteenth Hour Universe:
The Thirteenth Hour
The ancient clock in the Land of Dreams struck thirteen, and the dreams, now free, soared back to Earth under first vesper’s light …
And so begins The Thirteenth Hour, a tale about dreams and wishes, wild hearts and childhood promises, and the quest to find the unsung hero that lies in all of us.
When a young boy falls asleep during school one day, he is transported into a fantasy world of wizards, dragons, quests, and the tale of Logan, who has come of age and must leave his sleepy village to be a soldier in King Darian IV’s Imperial Army. Although he finds himself immediately at odds with military life, Logan’s tour is surprisingly extended when he is picked by the King’s wizards to be specially trained as an Imperial Ranger for a mysterious quest to find the secret to eternal life, catapulting him into an epic adventure he had previously only thought possible in books, daydreams, and fairy tales.
Combining the adventure of The Princess Bride, the irreverent humor of The Hitchhiker’s Guide to The Galaxy, and the feel of 1980s science fiction and fantasy films such as The Neverending Story and Labyrinth with a healthy dose of introspection surrounding the journey teens experience on the way to becoming adults, The Thirteenth Hour is part adventure yarn, part fairy tale, and part introspective narrative that can be enjoyed by both teenagers and teens in remission.
The Thirteenth Hour contains over 35 illustrations, music written specifically for the story, and rich world both on and off-line that was sixteen years in the making. Check it out today, and let the adventure of The Thirteenth Hour become your story! Approximately 144,000 words.
Also available at Smashwords for other ebook formats
A Shadow in the Moonlight: A Thirteenth Hour Prequel
The moon shone brightly overhead, blanketing everything in a soft white glow. A perfect moon to accompany all that hunted by night…
In this gothic prequel to The Thirteenth Hour, a young hunter accidentally interrupts a wizard’s spell, turning him into a living shadow only able to venture out by night, unable to interact with others, and doomed to spend the rest of eternity hunting an elusive, ethereal deer night after night. Help and danger collide when he encounters an injured runaway, and he must decide if he is strong enough to brave the light. Approximately 11,000 words.
Buy the ebook on Amazon for Kindle
Falling Leaves Don’t Weep: A Thirteenth Hour Epilogue
In this short story epilogue to the novel, The Thirteenth Hour, an elderly king reflects on a restless life of self-absorption, hedonism, and dissatisfaction with the present after falling leaves blow into his bedroom one night when he’s unable to sleep. Approximately 2,000 words.
Buy on Amazon for Kindle
Or read online or free on Smashwords
Your Star Will Glow Forever
“ … There’s a star above your head, fallen from way up high …”
And so begins this illustrated picture book from the enchanting world of The Thirteenth Hour about stars, hope, and the love parents have for their children.
Rather have a physical book in your hands? Get the book in print (color cover, full color illustrations, 24 pg)
Empty Hands: A Thirteenth Hour Interlude
A self-aware martial arts fantasy (that fits in Chapter 9 of The Thirteenth Hour) that owes much to Saturday morning cartoons, Hong Kong kung fu cinema, Dungeons and Dragons, and 80s action films. It also comes with its own retro 80s concept EP.
Buy on Amazon for the Kindle (with full color illustrations and embedded links to outside content)