(The above picture is from Book Two: Larkin’s Journal)
“What’s Happening With the Larkin Books?”
Greetings Larkin Fans! I thought I’d give you an update on where we are in making all of the books available. Book one in the Tales of Larkin series, Hawthorn’s Discovery is completed in all formats. It is now available on Amazon and The Book Depository. The Book Depository is a great way for people in other countries to get the books because this company ships books anywhere in the world with free shipping. So if you know of friends or family living overseas who would enjoy the books be sure and let them know. The audio version is now available from Audible.com and you can get the e-version of the book from Kindle
Right now we are feverishly working to get book two, Larkin’s Journal in its finished form. A few more weeks and we should have it ready to go. Book three, The Great Gathering will shortly follow.
Many of you have heard that there are actually five books in the Tales of Larkin series and you are correct. Book four is called Mosstar and Belladonna and book five in the series is entitled Fiery Trials. These last two books have been written and are being edited right now. Hopefully we will have all five books available in all formats in the next few months.
One of the things I am doing with the books is to place an appendix in the back that contains questions for each chapter. I am doing this to encourage parents and teachers to read the stories to their students or children and then when a chapter is completed to take time to discuss the questions. Lessons learned using exciting stories in this way will be remembered for most of a person’s life. If you are interested in reading more about this amazing teaching technique you can click here.
For those of you anxiously awaiting the release of future Larkin books I will give a brief overview of the books in my next post just to whet your appetites.
Thanks for reading and be sure to let me know if you have any questions about the stories.
Blessings in Christ,
Alan W. Harris