Lord of Columbia Series

The Story of Columbia

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Get the Northern Knights, Swords of Destiny, and Missing in Columbia Collection Today!

Lord of Columbia Trilogy

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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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Swords of Destiny: Episode II in the Lord of Columbia Series

You guys asked for it, so today, I’m releasing the expanded description for Swords of Destiny: Episode II in the Lord of Columbia Series, which is the sequel to Northern Knights.

Set six months after the events of Northern Knights, the war between the Southpoint Empire and the Columbia Colonies is heating up. While few battles have taken place, the Columbians have spent the last six months growing and preparing their numbers for assaults on liberating strategic cities and towns from Southpoint occupation.

When returning from a Columbian Council meeting, Cain’s concern grows when a best friend turns up missing. His fears deepen when he and his sister Taj realize neutral bounty hunters siding with neither Columbia nor Southpoint are making their living seizing anyone they deem valuable and selling them off into slavery.

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