Dec. 5, 2021

The Forgotten Guardian Is Now Available in Paperback Format

Hi everyone!

Just an update to catch you up on everything that's been happening. 

First off, The Forgotten Guardian, Book 2 of the Geomancer's Apprentice series, is now available in paperback

I love my ebooks, but there's nothing quite like the feel and smell of a physical book. Imagine what libraries would be like if all the books were stored on their computers rather than laid out on the shelves. Actually, the library probably won't exist as a physical entity! 

Here's a very happy me showing off the publisher proof of the book  😁

By the way, if you're interested in a deeper dive into some of The Forgotten Guardian's concepts and topics, I've written articles about the temple setting and the swords. They're available at my author website (see the gray panel on the right). Don't worry, there are no spoilers.


I hope you are enjoying The Geomancer's Apprentice, Book 1 of the series. If you're done reading the book, I would love to hear what you think. 

Please leave a review on Amazon, Goodreads, or some other platform of your choice. It doesn't matter if the review is short. I appreciate it just the same  😄

Reviews are important for authors, especially indie authors, because they give our books added visibility. It would make my day! 


Please take a look at my brand new interview with the Time To Feed My Reads blog at I talk about when I discovered my love for books and writing, and why I decided to become an indie author. 

The link to the interview also can be found on my author website.


I'd like to end this update with a plug for my horror short story collection, Joss Paper. Please check it out, especially those of you who subscribe to the Amazon Kindle Unlimited program. 

The seven stories are set in the United States and Southeast Asia. They have their roots in my mother's ghost stories and the mythical monsters of Singapore and other Southeast Asian countries. I wanted an East meets West flavor, and I hope that's reflected in the tales. 

Joss Paper is 99 cents on Amazon or free on KU. 

As always, happy reading, and Happy Holidays!