Lynden, Wash.- An intricate plot, military detail and page-turning intensity - these are the reasons that readers love Flesh of the Blood and want to meet the author any chance they get. E.A. Channon, the author of Flesh of the Blood, will appear at the Heroes Resource Artists Alley on November 15, drawing fans of his intriguing books. Fans will have the opportunity to meet the Scottish bagpiper-turned-author to talk about the first book in his newest series and have their copies signed.
Channon will be the featured author at the November event, which has a history of gathering groups of up-and-coming artists and writers from all over the northwest. "I'm honored to be attending this book signing hosted by Heroes Resource," said Channon. "Sharing my love for Flesh of the Blood with my fans is sure to be inspiring."
The book signing at the Artists Alley will be held on November 15, 2014, at 103 3rd Street, Lynden, Washington 98264 from 10am to 5pm. This event will feature the newest up-and-coming regional authors and artists who are contributing to the fantasy genre. Organizers are expecting a great turnout of both artists and those who are interested in seeing their newest work.
Those who attend will be able to hear more about Flesh of the Blood, a captivating story of a peaceful king who is fighting against a powerful, evil force. In the story, groups of humans, dwarves, magicians and elves work together to rescue the daughter of the king from evil. Readers will love this intriguing story and will be absorbed by the magic and mystery of the tale until the final page. As the first installment of a trilogy, Flesh of the Blood uses a combination of old English history and detailed military battles that are a nod to some of the finest literary battles ever told, which are sure to make this series a success.
Flesh of the Blood can be purchased through Amazon and Barnes and Noble or through the author's website at www.eachannon.com.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
E.A. Channon enriches and enhances Flesh of the Blood with his aristocratic English upbringing and heritage that can be traced to the time of kings, knights and battles for the honor of fair maidens. E.A.'s grandfather was also a great influence, recounting old stories and guiding his musical abilities towards the bagpipes. Having served in both the British and American militaries, E.A. is able to bring great realism to the weaponry and battle scenes in his book.
E.A. Channon is also the author of Bagpiper-Whatever Blows Up Your Kilt, his hilarious autobiography of an extraordinary life. The popularity of his book and his global reputation as a bagpiper have also made him a much-in-demand speaker for cruises, group programs and educational audiences.
E.A. Channon's unique charm, humor and love of a rollicking good story permeate the pages of Flesh of the Blood and are sure to make it an instant classic and generate much demand for the other books in the series.