The Great Sky now in audiobook

D.G. Laderoute’s YA novel narrated by Damien Brunetto D.G. Laderoute’s suspenseful and hypnotizing YA novel, The Great Sky, is now available as an audiobook as well as ebook and trade paperback. Producer and narrator, Damien Brunetto returns with yet another captivating production of this ageless urban fantasy, which is sure to ensnare audiobook lovers of any age.  Originally released in trade paperback and ebook August 2016, the story revolves around a young Anishnaabe boy, Piper Preach….

More audiobooks!

That’s right! More audiobooks are on their way. We’ve just entered in agreements for two more audiobook productions. The first audiobook is the third novel in Ann Marston’s fabulous Celtic fantasy, The Rune Blades of Celi: Broken Blade. Once again Austin Vanfleet is narrating and producing. We’re thrilled he’s agreed to continue to narrate the series, and if you want to know why, just have a look at some of the fabulous reviews both he and Ann…

D.G. Laderoute to appear at Friends of the Merril Christmas Cream Tea

Every year the Friends of the Merril gather for a Christmas Cream Tea, where amid convivial company, authors and followers of Canadian sf&f share readings, news, and a liberality of ideas. This year author and professor Allan Weiss will be the keynote speaker, discussing the work of Mary Shelley and its resonance in modern society. Rounding out that presentation, D.G. Laderoute will be reading from his newest YA novel, The Great Sky, and cover artist Patrick Hunter…

Launch of The Great Sky

The launch of D.G. Laderoute’s YA fantasy, The Great Sky, was a fun and engaging event Tuesday, October 18 at The Bookshelf in Thunder Bay, Ontario. We thought we’d share a few pictures, most especially, THE CAKE! The Great Sky is available in print and eBook from Five Rivers, online booksellers worldwide, and select bookstores.

Launch of The Great Sky

Come out to the launch of D.G. Laderoute’s latest novel, The Great Sky! The first time Piper Preach died he was ten years old. But the Anishnaabe spirits thought otherwise. Now, six year later, Piper struggles with the hard realities of life in a big city. The ancient ways of his people are a distant memory. But the spirits aren’t done with him. Pulled into their bizarre world, the place the Anishnaabe call The Great…