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Lord of Columbia Expanded Universe

Have You Claimed Your Copies Yet?

No, I don’t mean the old Neo Skyehawk Series. It is now consolidated into one epic story-in-cycle now known as ‘The Skyehawk Chronicles.’ So, if you haven’t downloaded The Skyehawk Chronicles, what are you waiting for? Download the work this instant!

Or Northern Knights, which you can now download for free at this link.

But enough about Lord of Columbia itself: Let’s talk expansion.

For one, I apologize for failing to keep up with some of LoC’s Libertarian Influences, but this is because the plate is beyond full.

I’m currently taking my learning experiences in writing to a new blog called Ditch Corporate America with hopes I can help a few new indie authors find their way in this crazy universe, plus, if you click the above links, you’ll see this blog’s sister site, which is more static and is less of a blog, but more of a way for me to grow a fan base via subscribers.

Plus there’s the fact that I still have to work a day job three days a week but hey, it’s only three days a week from 4pm until 4am, so I’m not complaining! I can dedicate more time to LoC and a few other books I have up my sleeve – which is what I wanted to talk to you about today!


Lord of Columbia Expanded Universe

Okay, so what is the big deal about this?

The expanded universe?

Kind of like those Star Wars books, right?

Yes and no. Yes, in the fact I got the idea from the science fiction space opera franchise, but no, there’s going to be nothing science fiction about it since my avenue is fantasy and it’ll stay as such.

However, if you’re a fan of diving into a fictional universe with a complete history, read on, because that’s exactly what the LoC Expanded Universe is going to bring.

And so far, there’s one book out there called ‘The Skyehawk Chronicles’ that I mentioned above. So go ahead and click the link to claim your copy today and join my growing list of email subscribers – because if you like really cool offers, discounts, giveaways, and incentives, you’re going to want to click the link, download the book, and join that list. And I have this really, really cool and unbeatable offer coming your way – again, download my story-in-cycle.

Or you can just head on over to your favorite bookstore and pay $5.99 for it. I know what I would do.

Anyway, back to this expanded universe. We have one book out already and three more in the works:

The David ap Santos Story

The Zain Saif Chronicle

Taking Back Saturday: Before They Were Northern Knights

Four total, so let’s take a look at the three I listed above. For more on The Skyehawk Chronicles, click that up top.


David ap Santos

Mentioned in Northern Knights and The Skyehawk Chronicles, we gain a nice, little insight on the life of David ap Santos, one of the most distinguished knights and Wind Masters in Ddraigoch, Eura (also pronounced Eurea). We get to witness David’s unorthodox young life and his subsequent role whose interconnection grows toward the primary Lord of Columbia Series, itself.

I started working on this rough draft earlier in the year and I love what I already created, so things are going strong. I was originally going to have this work ready along with the final part of The Skyehawk Chronicles, but I found it to be much longer than the length of a novelette or even a novella. I’m looking at something between 50,000 and 60,000 words, so it’s reaching novel status.


Zain Saif

This work I literally started prewriting not long ago. I wanted history from all over Gaia, so this is where our man Zain comes into play. He hails from the oft-mentioned Arkaanaman Empire and is a child soldier for the Arkaans. But there’s something mysterious and amazing about this character, who is the first main character of mine in any work to be of Philosophic, instead of the usual Stoicheion ability. Therefore, you’ll get to see some blood, metal, and wood control take center stage here, as well as Spirit ability. But if you read The Skyehawk Chronicles, you’ll see just how mysterious (and confusing as hell) Spirit ability is.


Before They Were Northern Knights

This book is the direct prequel to Northern Knights. It’s more sporty, laid back, and resembles more of a coming of age flick than it does an urban fantasy. However, it’s a lighthearted read that tells the tale on how Cain, Lira, and the rest of the Santos Knights shotball team came into fruition, starting after the season Santos fell to 0-16 and culminating with final game before the events of Northern Knights, which begins just eight months after this book’s conclusion.


The Skyehawk Chronicles, Part VI Through ???

And yes, The Skyehawk Chronicles ends in an epic cliffhanger (spoiler!). But never fear, we have more on the way regarding Neo, Seneca, and the rest of their gang as they, well, I don’t need to spoil it any further. Let’s just say Neo and Seneca will have their hands full in this epic tale featuring a venture into the unknown.



Now, everything you see here will be selling for $5.99 – unless you join my email list, then everything you see above will be yours absolutely free! You just have to sign up for my mailing list and bam, the free books are yours.

Thank you all for your patience and I promise, I’ll talk about more Libertarian-themed stories that helped influence the series plus my shotball tales. I know some of you visitors are only here for my Libertarian stories, so I promise it’ll be back to once a week soon – I wish I could clone myself, as it’ll make life easier to get all this work done.

Oh, and did I mention I’m in the middle of creating a brand new thriller series regarding a heroic outlaw in a man by the name of Braden Hawk? Yeah, there’s a lot going on in my life right now. And again, if you haven’t downloaded your free copy of The Skyehawk Chronicles, do so now!


Download The Skyehawk Chronicles Here


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  1. Wow, Todd! You really should clone yourself!
    Managing two websites (by the way, congrats on your Ditch Corporate America site), writing content on a steady basis for both of them, writing your amazing stories AND working three days a week from 4 pm until 4 am is totally exhausting. I wonder what your secret is. (Has your day got more than 24 hours? Tell me your secret recipe to do all of these, I really need it)
    Keep up the good work! I am looking forward to reading more!

    • Hi, Effie, it’s definitely not the easiest lifestyle. Plus, there’s always the possibility I go back into doing for a living what I went to school for and if I add that in, my schedule is booked tight! I really wish I had more than 24 hours in a day, to be honest, as those 12-hour shifts (sometimes as long as 14 hours) are beyond exhausting, but definitely one of the better day jobs I’ve done. I usually just make a list of all the activities I plan on doing during the day and cross them off one by one. I don’t let distractions get in my way, either, much to the dismay of my apartment, which is practically a writing studio these days. Lol.

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