Oracles of Fire author in Abbotsford

Bestselling author, Bryan Davis will be at the House of James on Friday, Sept. 28 for a writing seminar ...

Bestselling author, Bryan Davis will be at the House of James on Friday,  Sept. 28 for a writing seminar and again on Sept. 29 for a breakfast and book signing event.

To reserve a seat, call 604-852-3701 or 1-800-665-8828 by Sept. 27 at 5 p.m.

The event will be held in the Coffee House located at House of James, 2743 Emerson Street, Abbotsford.

Davis weaves fantasy and inspiration into novels for young adults. His latest series, Song of the Ovulum, is written in the tradition of Dragons in our Midst and Oracles of Fire, picking up 15 years after the end of Oracles of Fire.

Readers will be introduced to new characters and adventures, all while filling in gaps from the past and launching readers into the future.

Davis will be joined by his daughter, Amanda who is the award-winning author of The Cantral Chronicles, a trilogy set 100 years in the future.

For more details visit www.houseofjames.com.

 

 

 

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