Promotions and Appearance Schedule 2019-20

    ‘Tis the season, and it’s time to set down our holiday schedule.  As most fans know, Ron keeps a regular schedule of signings at his exclusive local vendor, The Isle of Misfits in the Kalispell Center Mall, but holiday time sends that schedule into turbo!  Plus, there’s the holiday sales to promote, as well!

    So, as last year, Ron’s appearances at Isle of Misfits will now be weekly through January, then returning to bi-weekly.  Here’s the schedule through February, 2020:

November 30, 2019          December 7, 2019           December 14, 2019
December 21, 2019          December 28, 2019         January 4, 2020
January 18, 2020              February 1, 2020

    And of course ‘twould not be the season without some discount deals!  This year, Ron has elected to recognize Cyber Monday by dropping all of his first volumes and one-shot publications as low as he can – FREE!  And not just Monday – for the whole Cyber Week (Mon-Fri)!  So starting December 2, 2019, the following titles will be absolutely FREE on Amazon to download:

The Wizard In Wonderland                      One                               Tarinel’s Song 
U.S. Political Prisoner Since 2004             I Do: the Independent Domestic Objective

    In addition to these, starting Tuesday, December 3, every other title will be knocked down to just 99 cents for the whole next week (Dec 3-9)!  So not only can you get FREE primers, but you can get hugely discounted copies of all the rest!

    Of course, if you still want the signed copies, you still need to come see Ron in person!

    So what are you waiting for?  Go read!

    And Merry Noel to One and All!

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Posted by on December 1, 2019 in Uncategorized


New Interview

One request I frequently get is to be interviewed.  I have been invited to sit in on panels, be a guest on multiple podcasts, and even had a few radio interviews.  And though I try to make myself as available as possible, it is not always easy for my fans to get referrals to wherever my interviews appear, especially when many of them appear on subscription services.

To alleviate and make at least one interview globally available, I asked the host of my Facebook fan page, Jean Fox, to set up an interview for that page.  I am not certain when she plans to post the interview on the fan page, but I also took the extra measure of uploading the interview to YouTube.

Please be aware that though the questions were scripted, my answers are not.  This is a completely candid interview that hopefully answers as many questions as possible, and which I answer with complete candor.

Enjoy the video, and please feel free to comment here.

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Posted by on November 23, 2017 in Uncategorized


New Facebook Fan Page

A few years ago, I had a Facebook Fan Page.  As everyone who follows me on this site and The Great Montana Conspiracy is aware, I am not permitted to have an actual Facebook account (mostly because Montana State does not want me using social media to speak about my political imprisonment), but I had a loyal fan, Jean Fox, create and maintain the page, which was awesome – while it lasted.

We had an impressive following of over 500 at the Fan Page’s zenith.  We were well on our way to my personal one thousand goal when the page was shut down by the zealous Angela Townsend in an effort to cause collateral damage to me in retaliation for my fight to reclaim my trademark she stole, The Forlorned.  Townsend contacted dozens of sites where I had accounts and made some kind of malicious claim to shut the page down.  To date, she only made two successful attacks: my personal Goodreads account and the Facebook Fan Page (which was not even my personal page).

Recently, another fan of mine, George “Bat” Boughner has started a new page.  He has reached out to Jean and the two are co-hosting the page.  Personally, I am hoping Townsend’s malicious abusive conduct will not cause this one to get shut down, but if it does go missing, assume she is the culprit.

At any rate, the new Fan Page can be found here:

Rush on over and claim your founding-member status and join the legions of fans who share in my personal worlds of fantasy!  And be sure to send me a note to say, “Hi”!

Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Posted by on July 5, 2017 in Uncategorized


In the Books featuring Peter of OZ (Oz-Wonderland Series Book 5) by Ron Glick

CP Bialos just reviewed my latest book, Peter of Oz. Take a moment to check out his review, and while you’re there, be sure to check out the rest of his blog, as well! He’s got some really interesting books of his own! 🙂

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Good morning and welcome to this week’s edition of In the Books, featuring Peter of Oz (Oz-Wonderland Series Book 5) by Ron Glick.

RonAbout the Book: Peter Pan has returned to Neverland – but it is not the faery world as he remembers it. Gone are the tribesmen and beasts, and in their place are goblins, ghosts, a dragon – and a second Peter Pan! Nothing is as it was, and the Peter most recently of Oz must find a way to make a difference in this entirely new world before two warring witches can destroy Neverland!

At the same time, Toto is on a quest of his own to find a way to defeat the Cheshire Cat. The one person who knows the Cat’s secrets though might just be too mad to help at all!

With a faithful eye to the original Baum, Carroll and Barrie classics, Peter of…

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Posted by on March 10, 2017 in Uncategorized


Angela Townsend Is a Fraud

In the business of self-publication, reputation is everything.  As an Indie Author myself, I have taken the True Review Pledge and committed myself to integrity above everything else – as every author of integrity should.  It is unfortunate and hurtful for the entire industry I represent though when one of our own chooses to lie, cheat and steal – not only from her fellows, but from the public at large.  It hurts our profession and it reflects poorly upon each and every one of us.

Such a person is Angela Townsend.

First, a disclaimer: I have a personal conflict with Angela Townsend.  As readers of my blog are aware, her and I are in court over a trademark – the title “The Forlorned” – which she contracted from me and then stole for herself.  But her duplicity and deception go far and beyond this, and I feel – in light of ongoing attacks made by her against me in retaliation for my filing suit against her for my creation – that it is time for me to speak in full disclosure as a cautionary tale against anyone else doing business with this woman in any capacity.  I note that this article is being written now in defense of ongoing personal attacks Townsend has had leveled against me for some time, as this places all attributable information about her in one place.

Absolutely nothing about the woman is honest.  Yet she presents herself to the public as a pillar of integrity while trying to destroy the reputation of others.  Even her own personal pubic biography is a complete fabrication.  For instance, on Amazon, her author profile reads:

“Angela Townsend was born in the beautiful Rocky Mountains of Missoula, Montana. Her gift for storytelling finally led her to a full time career in historical research and writing. A writer in local community circulations, Angela is also a published genealogical and historical resource writer who has taught numerous research seminars. Currently, Angela divides her time between writing, playing Celtic music, and Irish dancing. She resides on a ranch in rural Montana with her two children.”*

Angela Townsend has never written anything credible involving historical research nor writing, and she certainly does not have a career in it – much less writings in “local community circulations”.  She has no published genealogical nor historical material, save for the fabricated content in her fictional stories.  She has even confessed to me personally that teaching research seminars is an ambition, not something she has actually ever done.  Her division of time may include writing, but it is around her work schedule, not around Celtic music and Irish dancing.  She does not, nor has she ever, lived on a ranch with her children.  Every bit of this is fabricated to create an illusion to hide the real person who is Angela Townsend.

Townsend is a paralegal and has worked for Dale McGarvey – a ninety year old attorney – for years.  Her illicit relationship with this attorney – rumored to be carnal in nature, though I have no personal knowledge one way or the other – has led to him becoming her sugar daddy, backing financially the bulk of her publishing and production enterprises.  This influence has most recently led to her getting him to create a joint movie making business, McGarvey and Townsend, Inc. – of which she is the chief executive officer of the corporation.  Every bit of her business success is reliant upon Dale McGarvey and his financial backing, not upon any actual personal accomplishments.

I have personally been involved in fact checking Townsend’s fictional writing.  Though she loves to write about historical themed stories, the truth is she is abhorrently wrong about just about every historical fact she claims to be true.  For instance, when working on proof-reading her original book entitled Fears of a Fisherman (which I created the new name The Forlorned for), I found hundreds of completely fabricated historical points, including mad reckoning about the speed of communications between England, France and North America during the War of 1812.  Townsend’s response to complaints of historical inaccuracies was always, “No one will check.”  Literally, the entire foundation for her story was based upon fabricated history.  And yet she represents herself as an historian.

Angela Townsend lives in a property purchased for her by Dale McGarvey, again as an extension of her illicit relationship, not on a ranch.  You can look to her legal address on her business filing with the Montana Secretary of State, which is 1997 S Meadows Dr, Kalispell, Montana, where she has lived since 2012.  A Google Map search will show this residence is not a ranch.

To make matters worse, Townsend is not even creative on her own.  She posits an idea, then has other local writers help her frame her ideas into an intelligible format.  I know, because for years I was one of these people “helping” her refine her work.  I worked with her for two years before she came to me for help in rebranding her story – and then she took my creation, presented it as her own so she alone would gain recognition, and had Dale McGarvey raise hundreds of thousands of dollars for a movie production – using my intellectual creation!

Finally, as if what has come before was not enough, Townsend fluffs her own reviews and books to lend a false degree of credibility.  The bulk of her “positive” reviews on Amazon are either created by her under duplicate accounts, or by friends of hers trying to “help her out”.  To her friends, she presents herself as a woeful, struggling single mother, and uses this wounded-duck routine to get sympathy and support in her efforts.  Not many of her supporters have actually read her work, and those that have are only throwing their support behind her because of  Townsend’s victim stance.  She has also created online business accounts (or had friends do so on her behalf) to offer her books at ridiculous amounts to perpetuate a demand for the books that does not exist.

Recently, Angela Townsend tried to silence my speaking out against her trademark infringement.  She actually wrote to WordPress and tried to claim that I was infringing upon her trademark and to have my blog shut down to quash the information about her fraudulent misconduct.  Wordpress denied her request, finding no trademark infringement on my part, and sent me a text of her transgression.  I sent her another cease and desist notice, and Townsend immediately went to Craigslist and tried to start another smear campaign against me for it.

This is not the first time Townsend has sought to slander me and silence my claims against her fraud – she successfully had both my Facebook author page and Goodreads account closed when she claimed I was “stalking” her on those sites by reporting that her title was purloined.  Interestingly enough, the latter was only a mirrored post of a blog entry on this site – not on Goodreads itself.

The issue over trademark infringement is still pending in federal court (See Glick v. Townsend, et al, 9th Circuit Cause No. 15-35587), but regardless of the resolution of that cause, it does not change the facts.  Angela Townsend stole my intellectual creation, abused my trust to profit off of it, and is using the financial clout of her relationship with Dale McGarvey to secure the theft.

Even if I do not prevail in court – even if the federal courts decide against my rightful claim – it does not stop me from speaking out against Angela Townsend’s duplicity and deceptive practices.  Irregardless of whether her financial wellspring and legal connections buy her a court win, it does not change that I used the name in commerce first (you can see that here), nor that it was presented as my creation then and never disputed until after I sent her a cease and desist notice.  Nothing changes that she stole the mark – and nothing will prevent me from speaking out against this incredibly duplicitous woman.

In truth, Townsend has many characteristics of antisocial personality disorder (something she recently tried to deflect onto myself when I prevailed in the WordPress claim).  She is crude, abusive and provokes unrealistic aggression against anyone who she sees as standing in the way of her “success”, which is why she expends so much effort attacking me personally.  She blasts me with vile accusations of deviant conduct on Craigslist and other public forums, and, as mentioned, slurs me to sites trying to shut down my pages.  In my opinion, if evil had a picture in the dictionary, it might look like this:


I strongly urge anyone doing their due diligence to avoid doing business with Angela Townsend in any capacity.  Unless, of course, you like the prospect of having her steal from you, as well…


*Upon publication of this article, Townsend went into her Amazon account and changed her author profile drastically, obviously to remove some (but not all) of the more damaging elements I have reported here.  Unfortunately for Townsend, because she has print copies of her books, the original context of that bio still exists in her individual published books on Amazon.  So if she seeks to allege I made that up, I recommend looking to her individual books for verification.


Posted by on December 19, 2016 in Uncategorized


Shadowstalker by Renee Scattergood


Things go from bad to worse when the Galvadi Empire develops a new technology to use against the shadow stalkers. Now Kado and Makari are more determined than ever to keep Auren away from their enemies, but Auren decides enough is enough and takes matters into her own hands. She turns herself over to the Galvadi to get close to Drevin and Makari has no choice but to play along. He is forced to either torture Auren to prove his loyalty or die knowing she will be tortured and enslaved anyway. Somehow, they must get close enough to Drevin to bring him down and put an end to the Galvadi’s tyranny once and for all.

Episode 13: Defiance

Three years have passed since Auren and Shai escaped the daily torture of the Galvadi. With Makari’s help, they have learned more about the Galvadi’s technology and discovered ways to overcome its effects on their power, which gave them an edge in the war. However, the Galvadi have spent that time developing new technology that could mean the end of the shadow stalkers.

Episode 14: Falling to Pieces

Things go from bad to worse after Cali is captured by the Galvadi. The new technology they have employed is making a rescue attempt impossible and endangering the lives of all the shadow stalkers. Auren refuses to give up though, but the more she tries to fix thing, the more Kado tightens the leash.

Episode 15: Into My Own

Just when Auren thinks she’d had enough of Kado’s overbearing and overprotective nature, he surprises her by apologizing and admitting he had been wrong. Auren finally accepts that she is not at fault for Cali’s death after visiting her in the shadow world, but Kado and Makari are still preventing her from confronting Drevin. They don’t feel she is ready, and Auren is beginning to believe they will never let her fulfil her destiny. It’s time she takes matters into her own hands.

Episode 16: A New Emperor

Makari is told the only way he can prove his loyalty is by torturing Auren, but he refuses to go through it. So Jharak, Drevin’s master interrogator, took the liberty to be the one to break her, but in the end, it would take forcing her to watch him torture and kill Makari.

Episode 17: Allies to Enemies Part 1

Traitors are weeded out and new allies are found. Auren and Makari are determined to bring peace once again to the Serpent Isles, but they have a deadline. If they don’t make it in time, they could end up at war with their own people.

Episode 18: Allies to Enemies Part 2

General Graves wants Auren and Makari dead. When Makari demands one of Graves’ men, who secretly supports Makari, is sent to him for extra security at the palace, Graves uses a mind control drug to get him to assassinate them. Will Auren and Makari learn what happened before it’s too late?

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– Episode 13: Chapter 1 (feel free to use all or part of the excerpt)

Cali gave me a nudge as she took a seat next to me. “Do you have any idea what’s going on?”

“No idea,” I said, moving over a few inches so she had space to sit between me and Shai on the log someone had converted into a bench.

Shai slung an arm around her cousin and Cali returned the gesture, then wrapped her free arm around me. I smiled at her. Cali was the only one who had helped me maintain my sanity over the years. It drove me crazy never knowing what was happening to Makari. Kado kept me busy, as usual, but any time I had a free moment, all I could do was wonder if he was safe. I would know if he died. I would sense him again in the shadow world. He had been blocking me to keep me safe, though I had no idea how it was supposed to help. All it did was make me want to go to him, which would be more dangerous.

Of course, Kado would never allow that. He saw my thoughts as I had them most of the time, and he would know as soon as I made the decision. I learned quickly not to allow my thoughts to go down that path too often. That’s where Cali came in. She distracted me by helping me forget the war and making me feel like a normal person once in a while. She was as good a friend as Jade, except she didn’t encourage me to disobey Kado when I was angry.

“Maybe the Galvadi have decided to give up,” Shai said, pulling me out of my thoughts.

Cali snorted.

“I know. It’s wishful thinking.”

I smiled at Shai. “I want this to be over too.”

“You’ll figure it out soon.” Cali gave my shoulder a squeeze.

All the shadow warriors knew the end of the war would not come until I stopped Drevin. The only problem was I had no idea what I was supposed to do, and no amount of training helped. Each day it seemed like I was further from my goal instead of closer.

After everyone had taken their seats, Kado held up a hand calling us all to silence. “Makari has just given me some disheartening news. The Galvadi have developed a—”

I tried to listen, but I couldn’t get past the fact that Makari had been here. “He didn’t even bother to see me?”

Kado glared at me, and I suddenly realized I’d blurted it aloud.

“Makari has to keep a low profile for his own safety, and they were not aware he had left. He couldn’t stay away long.”

“I think it’s time he left the Galvadi all together,” I said, folding my arms over my chest.

“It would be the healthier option,” Cali added on my behalf.

“Makari’s work has been invaluable to us, and would not be possible if he weren’t living among them for the time being,” Kado said, then leaned in my direction looking straight into my eyes. “And he knows what he is doing.”

Kado watched me, and I was sure he was waiting to see if I would continue to interrupt him. I remained silent, but neither he nor Makari would be able to convince me the man I loved wasn’t taking an unnecessary risk. They could get whatever information they needed from their missions.

When he was sure I wouldn’t interrupt again he finished explaining that the Galvadi had developed a new recinder and how it worked. “You will need to avoid capture at all costs. Once these recinders are placed on you, there is no known way to nullify its effects even after removal. Auren, I want you to visit Makari’s unit to steal the schematics, and if possible, one of the recinders along with any other information you can find about new technologies. Makari suspects there is more, but they are keeping him in the dark.”

I stood quickly, smacking my hands together. “When do I leave?”

“Wait a moment. I have other things I need to discuss with you first.”

I sat again, hoping I wasn’t in for one of his long lectures.

“The rest of you are dismissed. Sephir, you and Shai are clear to leave on that special mission you’ve been training for as soon as you’re ready, but please be careful.”

“We will,” Sephir said, bowing.

I leaned over Cali to give Shai a quick hug. Cali wrapped her arms around both of us. Shai stood as soon as we released her, and Sephir, who had been standing next to her, wrapped an arm around her as they headed off.

“Good luck,” Cali said, winking at me before following Sephir and her cousin.

Kado sat next to me. “Auren, you have been the most adept at overcoming the effects of the beryllonium. That’s why I’m sending you on this mission, but you need to be extra careful this time. Makari believes even you wouldn’t stand a chance with this new recinder. If they are looking for test subjects, they may also have new ways of detaining shadow stalkers that Makari might not be aware of. If you are discovered, do not take any risks. Makari will not be able to help you. You will need to leave immediately. Understood?”

“Yes, Kado. I’ll be fine.” I only just managed to stop my eyes from rolling.

“I’m serious, Auren. We can always return later, but if you are captured, you may be lost to us for good this time.”

The fear in Kado’s eyes sobered me. Things came easily to me now that I had completed my training, and though I had discovered abilities not even Kado had known about, I wasn’t foolish enough to believe I was all powerful. Sometimes my foster father seemed to worry more than he should, but I was beginning to think that wasn’t the case here.

“I’ll be careful, Kado. I promise.” It wouldn’t hurt to pay Makari a little visit too if he was alone.

Kado gripped my arm and tilted my head with his free hand so I was looking directly at him. “Under no circumstances are you to seek out Makari. If you attempt something so foolish, Auren, you will be punished and banned from future missions.”

My shoulders sagged. “It was an errant thought, Kado. I will focus on my mission.”

“The mission and nothing else, Auren. This is important.”

I nodded and averted my eyes. I just missed him. That’s all it was.

“I know you miss him, Auren, and that it’s been hard for you both to be apart, but it won’t be forever. You and Makari will have your time in this world if the shadow people will it, but not if you risk both your lives on foolishness.”

“I know. I’m sorry.” Makari was being the more foolish of us both, and yet Kado supported him. It didn’t make sense, but whenever I brought the subject up with either of them, they redirected the conversation.

Kado pulled me into a tight hug and whispered, “Come back to me in one piece, please.”

I returned his embrace. “I will.”


renee-scattergoods-bio-picRenee Scattergood lives in Australia with her husband, Nathan, and daughter, Taiya. She has always been a fan of fantasy and was inspired to become a story-teller by George Lucas, but didn’t start considering writing down her stories until she reached her late twenties. Now she enjoys writing dark fantasy, and she’d dabbling with paranormal thrillers under a pen name.

She is currently publishing her monthly Shadow Stalker serial, and she has published a prequel novella to the series called, Demon Hunt. She is also working on a new series of novels, A God’s Deception.

Aside from writing, she loves reading (fantasy, of course), watching movies with her family, and doing crafts and science experiments with her homeschooled daughter. Visit her site for more information and a free copy of Shadow Stalker Part 1 (Episodes 1 – 6):

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Posted by on December 16, 2016 in Uncategorized


Sincerest Apologies

To those who have noticed and written to me in recent months, I appreciate your concern – but for those who have sat back and wondered in silence, I would like to take a moment to extend my sincerest apologies.

When I began my publishing, I set out to have a new book released every six months.  And I have kept that release schedule for three years – until this year.  Quite frankly, this year has been a cluster of bad timing, stressful situations and yes, even health problems.  All of these have just made it next to impossible for me on a personal level to create the quality of fiction work that I know my fans have come to expect.  I could have just written words and thrown out a book, but that would not have been fair to my loyal fans, and I won’t do that – just to say I kept the schedule.

As many people of this blog also follow my other one, The Great Montana Conspiracy, you probably already know that since January, 2016, my life has been inundated with added stress legally.  I am forbidden at this juncture to mention most of the specifics, but needless to say what started as court-obstruction to recovery of my business assets evolved into harassment and faux legal actions designed to penalize me for pursuing that as well as for publishing my expose against corrupt politicians.  The stress that keeps increasing is difficult to express, but it does hinder my creativity.  As consequence, I simply have not had the frame of mind to create.

Add to this that my right hand literally stopped working right (I had two fingers locking into my palm – incredibly painful) which made sitting and writing even a challenge.  I had an operation in late August to fix the problem, and now I have a two month recovery to get the hand back to normal, but at least my hand isn’t locking up anymore.  Just have to stop overusing it…  *sigh*

This being said, I am hoping to have the largest hurdles overcome by October.  It may be a swan song for me, and I may find myself forever locked away and unable to write ever again.  Or I may just resume my former life.  If it’s the latter, I will definitely be returning to my publication schedule and get to work as soon as humanly possible on my next Oz-Wonderland book, Peter of Oz.  I will also do my best to get the final book in the Chaos Rising series, Stranger’s Silence, finished and try to get the next Godslayer Cycle book released, too.

My plan is to see all of these released in 2017 so that 2018 will be a fall-back to my original six month schedule.  Which means that my expectations will be to have a new book out every four months rather than six.  It will be a challenge, but I think I can get it done, since the Oz-Wonderland and Chaos Rising books are already scripted – the only new book then would be the next Godslayer Cycle book.

Of course, I have to overcome my current obstacles to get to that point.  I will endeavor to keep everyone up to date as soon as I have something more solid to report.  In the meantime, please follow The Great Montana Conspiracy as an update to my normal, everyday struggles to remain free.

Finally, just as an aside, and hopefully to show I have at least had some personal accomplishments through this, please take a gander at my new personal records from this summer.  As some may or may not know, I have a passion for fishing, and I even have a local nickname: the Pike Whisperer.  And this summer, I really cemented in my claim to that name.  Take a look:

The first picture is of a 15 1/2 (15.55 – personal scale) pound northern pike caught on June 26, 2016, at Smith Lake, Montana (by Kila, Montana).  The second was a 23 1/2 (23.50 – state certified scale) pound northern pike caught on September 9, 2016, out of a private slough near Kalispell, Montana.  For me, these are my personal bests.  Before these fish, I had never caught anything over 10 pounds before.

Of course, the one caught yesterday did nothing for my hand, which has ached so bad since!  LOL

Anyways, this at least shows I am out here trying to find pleasure where I can.  I may not be able to sit at a computer and create as I would like, but at least I am not letting all of these bad turns keep me down completely.

And, hey – if this encourages anyone to come to Montana for some great fishing, fantastic!  And who knows – maybe you can catch up with me and we can have some fun doing it together!  And yes, that’s an open-ended invite.  😉

So – until next time (and hopefully getting back on track writing)…

I am and shall always remain,

Collectibly Yours,

Ron Glick

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Posted by on September 10, 2016 in Uncategorized


The Oz-Wonderland Series: The Wizard In Wonderland Movie

You read the caption correctly: The Wizard In Wonderland is being adapted to a live action movie!  Producer Trevor R. Browning has joined with me to produce and adapt the first novel of the Oz-Wonderland series into its very own motion picture!  Could not possibly be more excited!

For more information on this project and to check out our press release, visit the movie website here:

We will be funding the movie their private investors and – so be sure to watch that site (and this blog) for information on when the fundraising campaign begins!

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Posted by on January 24, 2016 in Uncategorized


Review: The Wonderful Alice of Oz (Oz-Wonderland Series # 3) by Ron Glick

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23877020The Wonderful Alice of Oz (Oz-Wonderland Series # 3) by Ron Glick
Createspace (ebook), 2014
181 Pages

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I was given a free copy by the author in exchange for an honest review.


Three Wicked Witches vie for control of the Magical Land of Oz, while the Wizard appears no closer to solving the mystery of how to return the former Wyrds to Wonderland. But Glinda’s secret may shift the balance in an entirely unforeseen direction! Meanwhile, a quest beyond the Looking Glass may have gleaned more than anyone was hoping for when Dorothy’s return from that magical realm attracts the attention of a new player in the conflict…

Written with a faithful eye to the original Baum and Carroll classics, The Wonderful Alice of Oz concludes the first story arc of the series, while setting the foundation for the next chapter to…

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Posted by on January 20, 2016 in Uncategorized


Book Review: The Wizard In Wonderland

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19293644.jpgThe Wizard in Wonderland (Oz-Wonderland #1) by Ron Glick
Smashwords (ebook), 2012
190 Pages

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I was given a free copy by the author in exchange for an honest review.


Dorothy Gale has been to some strange lands, but none as unexpected as 19th century Oxford, England. Yet this is exactly where Dorothy meets Alice Liddell, a young woman with her own fanciful stories of a place called Wonderland. Alice finds herself pulled into Oz to face a new Wicked Witch, while Dorothy must follow the Wizard into a Wonderland civil war. Unknown to either girl though, plots have arisen against both faery lands, and they must uncover the hidden history shared between these lands if they are ever to set things right again.

Written with a faithful eye to the original Baum and Carrol classics, The Wizard in Wonderland reveals the secrets…

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Posted by on January 20, 2016 in Uncategorized