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Free e-book from the author of Tobit’s Dog!

March 3, 2015 10:22 am | 2 Comments

Michael Richard writes at his blog:

There is a five day FREE promotion on amazon for my novel Bogfoke. For those who have read Tobit’s Dog, it is not the same sort of book, but if you enjoy fantasy fiction, you might like this. Some people have written of Tobit’s Dog not being quite like anything else. I like to think that while it is a fantasy fiction, Bogfoke is not quite like anything else.

My wife assures me that this is probably because a guy who is odd, not quite like anyone else, would probably produce books like this. If I were to ask, “Is that a compliment?” She’d probably say something like, “That can depend, but at least your oddness has a freshness to it.”

Visit his site for the link to the free e-book!

John Herreid

John Herreid

John Herreid is catalog manager at Ignatius Press. In addition to catalogs and ads, he has also worked on the cover design for many Ignatius Press books and DVDs. He lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with his wife and four children. You can also find his writing on his personal site at herreid.org.


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2 Comments

  1. March 3, 2015 at 12:48 pm

    Thanks for the mention, John. I’d like to add that while Bogfoke is not explicitly Catholic as was Tobit’s Dog, I do not think a Catholic reader will need too sharp an eye to catch the Catholic themes just beneath the surface.

  2. March 3, 2015 at 5:14 pm

    If you like your halflings gruff, and your terrain tough, and your storyline rough, you’ll enjoy /Bogfoke/. I did!

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