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Lord of Columbia Trilogy

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Everybody loves hot deals, and now you too can get in on the action by purchasing the first trilogy in the Lord of Columbia Series featuring Northern Knights, Swords of Destiny, and Missing in Columbia for only $6.99. This deal, advertised only here at Lord of Columbia Series rewards the reader with 53% off the cover prices if the books are bought separately.

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The Trilogy that Almost Wasn’t

It’s true. The Lord of Columbia trilogy was almost one huge book. Northern Knights is 385 pages. Swords of Destiny, 364. Missing in Columbia is roughly 350-375. My original intention was to write four to five books, at least 900 to 1,100 pages in length.

Thank goodness I do research, because I don’t think anyone in their right mind would’ve read a book consisting of four-figures from a rookie author.

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Missing in Columbia: Book III in the Lord of Columbia Series

 

Missing in Columbia has arrived and I can’t be happier about finally finishing Trilogy I in the Lord of Columbia Series.

Now that Missing in Columbia is in Amazon’s online store, today I want to share with you all the work’s epic extended description.

If you’re new to my site and the Lord of Columbia Series, feel free to check out my descriptions for Episode I, Northern Knights, and Episode II, Swords of Destiny.

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Introducing the Cover Art for Missing in Columbia

Missing in Columbia is Episode III in the Lord of Columbia Series and the completion of the first of four trilogies in the series. When it comes to choosing a book cover, as I’ve posted both here and on Lord of Columbia Series’ sister site, My Freedom Flame, elements of plot and genre should be fused together.

It’s exactly what I did with the cover here, and without further ado, have a look for yourself before I tease you all a bit on what this cover is all about.

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