I am so sick of hearing about the Coronavirus and I know you are too. Hopefully you are stuck at home and only bored, not sick. But since we are all stuck at home, you know what you can do? Read a book! Read to yourself and your kids.
To help make that happen, Glome’s Valley and Return to Glome’s Valley are on sale for $.99 in the Kindle and e-published version. You can have a lot of fun for $.99.
Glome’s Valley takes place in Oklahoma at the Heavener Runestone https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oklahoma_runestones in southeast Oklahoma. And it made a great backdrop for an Oklahoma fairytale.
When Ethan and his dad to go Heavener, Oklahoma to read an ancient runestone, he is sure he’s going to be bored all summer. But Ethan quickly makes new friends, at least one of them a ghost. What began as a trip to Dullville suddenly becomes a fantastic adventure. There are other creatures living in the valleys near the runestone – energetic fairies, beautiful wood nymphs, and smelly old trolls. Ethan stumbles into the midst of an ancient war, and the only person who can save him is his archaeologist dad and the phone app that summons Thor.
Return to Glome’s Valley takes place years later when Ethan returns to the stone and meets a new character, Trondelag, the dragon. And she remembers him, even though he never saw her before.
Fourteen years ago, Ethan met Glome and the fairies while his father studied the Heavener Runestone. Now back, news traveled fast in the forest.
Ethan learned that the Vinland Maps, drawn by Vikings traveling to North America before Columbus, lay hidden in a cave.
Warned by Trondelag, the dragon, not to go up against Loki and the draugrs for a piece of paper to make him famous, Ethan decided to go anyway. And then there was Mac – his doppelganger. Would he be able to protect her?
Pick up a copy of both for only $.99 each. Read for yourself, read to your kids, sometimes reality needs a little fantasy and now could be the time.
The two Glome’s Valley books are set in the magical forests of southeastern Oklahoma. And the forests are a different place at night!
Check out Glome’s Valley and Return to Glome’s Valley for only $.99 each.
What are you reading this week?