As of September 1, 2015, a signed copy of Phillip’s Quest, Book III: Across theElusive Sea will be ready for you at the pre-release price of $17.50 plus $3.00 s&h. The 156 page continuing adventure of Phillip and his companions is filled with new and exquisite illustrations, recipes and characters! You will meet pirates, Nestors, Neveans and Kala — the beautiful mermaid from the kingdom of Cerulea. You will find out about the magic of Winterfrost Castle and the fate of Phallow, Phillip’s brother.
This book will not be available for sale, anywhere except here, until November, 2015! Once it is released, it will not be discounted.
Below, is an example of one of the maps and pages of this extraordinary adventure of Phillip’s Quest. You may read an excerpt from the book at the “Across the Elusive Sea,” page on this site.
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That Roscoe Ragwort loves to eat! In fact, all of the gnomes in the Ragwort Chronicles and Phillip’s Quest series, love to eat! Gnomes, however are known for their “sweet-tooth” — they love anything sweet, and so, this is one of the recipes included in The Ragwort Chronicles, Along the Way: Roscoe’s Journey.
These cookies are meant to be chewy, so don’t overbake! Bake 10-12 minutes and they will firm up as they cool! Enjoy!
Look for more recipes in all of the Phillip’s Quest and Ragwort books! The newest Phillip’s Quest book, Book III:Across the Elusive Sea, will be out in November!
Remember, these are actual paragraphs from one of the books, but you can complete the rest — and maybe, draw a picture! So, here it goes!
Excerpt from “The Ragwort Chronicles, The Beginning: The Ragworts of Brokenfell:” Chapter I: The Master Carpenter of Brokenfell Village
A blue autumn sky grinned upon the gnome village of Brokenfell. Cheerful voices danced amidst the mid-morning breeze. Busy towns-folk hustled and bustled along cobblestone streets and by crowded storefronts. Thomas Toadstool, the town’s blacksmith, clanked away with his iron hammer while wisps of steam hissed up from his bucket. Across the street, under the colorful blue and orange tents of the town’s market, argued two farmer gnomes, ______________ and ________________.(fill in names) Arguing about nothing was a normal activity for these two. They just enjoyed the art of arguing.
You can make this into your own story or draw a picture, or both! Don’t forget to send your story or pictures to me by filling in the comment space on my page! And, be sure to subscribe, “Boots ‘n’ Britches,” happy writing and drawing!