“Author Anderson Atlas offers an inspirational message of hope, reminding readers that our greatest limitations are the ones which we cling to in our mind. Positively uplifting moments abound within this story in which a boy, who basically believed his life was over, travels to another world where he becomes a hero. Surviving the Improbable Quest is an exhilarating tale full of frightening and wondrous creatures.” Literary Classics Book Reviews
This review is so great I feel inspired! I really hope that any kid in a wheelchair or with a disability will find this book and enjoy it. If you feel so inclined, click over to Literary Classics and thank them for the great review!
Surviving the Improbable Quest Paperback Giveaway!
You can win paperback signed copies or grab the ebook from Amazon or Smashwords for ¢99
Goodreads signed paperbacks giveaway can be found at this link
3. Amazon ebook:
March 14th will begin the ebook discount of ¢99
4. Smashwords ebook:
Promotional price: ¢99
Coupon Code: FU89K
Expires: March 30, 2016
good luck and share this with anyone you want!
This illustration is from the book: Allan Westerfield: Off-World. If you are interested or know a young adult who would be, pass this along by sharing or signing up for my newsletter.
Join My Reading Group!
Visiting Liliana of Meduna is always a challenge. But it takes hit and cunning to get by her tricks.
here’s the illustration of the city of Dantia on Lan Darr. This was a fun one to draw. I think I just might paint this one because I’d like to see it in color too. My favorite is all the creatures carved on the fèrro of the boat.
This creature is called the Jibbawk. It’s a ghost with powers over beetles and other poisonous creatures. No one wants to run into this guy at night.
Another illustraiton for the new book Allan Westerfield: Off-World. It’s called the Trials and about the strangest rituals in the galaxy known as the Trials.
here’s an illustration where Rubic is sliding down a drainage pipe. It’s like a waterslide at a zoo!
I’ve just completed another illustration for my new Middle Grade / Young Adult book Allan Westerfield: Off-World. This is a cross hatch technique and I hope illustrates the out of this world setting of the book.