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Published: Bounty for the Taking, Book One

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If you want some bone-crunching action and good old-fashioned adventure then read my latest novel. Bounty for the Taking: Book One, is a fantasy adventure that follows three brothers as they travel the lands of Khara Thel, seeking wealth and fortune via bounty hunting in its various forms until they uncover a life-changing revelation.

 

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Bounty for the Taking: Book One, Smashwords

Bounty for the Taking: Book One, Kindle

 

 

Keeping it less-than-epic,

 

-KW Jackson

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Draft Map: Duchy of Amblehock

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This is a draft map of the Duchy of Amblehock. It is the area for the various Fibb stories, such as “Goblin Hollow Cave”. The Duchy is also the neighbouring region of Veldon, which lies to the south of the Duchy, from the “Bounty for the Taking” series.

 

Duchy of Amblehock

Pen (Letraset 0.7 fine line, Pilot V5 Hi-techpoint, Sakura Micron #02) on Ikea kids roll-paper. Digital camera photo. Sepia filter. Contrast alteration. Otherwise completely hand-drawn.

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Want to be part of an Experiment?

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A Tale of Rum Town is a book I’ve written and published on Kindle. I’m running an experiment with Amazon’s algorithms but I need some help. If you’ve got a spare 2 minutes go to my Kindle book page for A Tale of Rum Town and add some tags. Put in whatever you think appropriate and any, or all, of these tags:

low magic

less than epic

criminal fantasy

fantasy adventure

fantasy

Tell your friends to jump on and add tags. I’d like to see how many tags can be added in a week.

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Tales of Khara Thel: is it growing?

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One of my gaming buddies asked me today if he could write a story set in Ferris – the same city that “A Tale of Rum Town” takes place within. Rum Town is actually where he wants to set his story. Is this a sign of Khara Thel’s appeal, that someone who has only just started reading about, and learning a little bit about, wants to write a tale set there?

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