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Popular children’s fantasy series published for Kindle
Popular trilogy about adventuring wizards is now available worldwide in a Kindle edition
Commenting on the launch, Repository of Imagination CEO Tim C. Taylor said: “Author Colin R. Parsons has sold many thousands of the Wizards’ Kingdom books in paperback through his tours of schools and bookstores in Wales and England. You only have to glance at the fan mail Colin posts on his website to see how much children love his books - and sometimes their school teachers too! With the popularity in fantasy right now on the back of The Hobbit movies and, of course, the continuing impact of the Harry Potter series, there’s an even wider audience who deserve to thrill to these stories of adventuring wizards. It was time to bring the Wizards’ Kingdom worldwide.”
The Wizards’ Kingdom trilogy consists of Wizards’ Kingdom, The Obelisk of Ashmar and Jarrak’s Darkness. Each book is illustrated throughout with stunning line art by Derek Jones. These classic good vs. evil fantasy adventures were originally written for children aged 8-12, but are enjoyed by readers of all ages.
The Wizards’ Kingdom is published worldwide in Kindle editions on May 8th 2014, and is available from the Amazon Kindle Store.
Paperback editions are also available, published by TallyBerry Publishing.
For more information, follow this link: http://theroi.org/
Notes to editors
About Colin R. Parsons: lives with his family in the Rhondda Valley in the heart of South Wales, UK. The Wizards’ Kingdom trilogy were his first children’s books to be published. His own children inspired him to write them through their love of mythical tales featuring wizards, dragons and goblins. Colin is a member of Authors Abroad and visits scores of UK schools every year where he inspires children not only to enjoy reading but to write too. Visit Colin’s website at http://www.colinrparsons.com
About The Repository of Imagination: The Repository is an imprint of young adult fantasy and science fiction books set up by Greyhart Press and claims to be part of a successful interstellar organization.