Rod Raglin

has been editor and publisherof

The REVUE Newspaper for

over 35 years and has

five of his novels published.

FOREST Love, Loss, Legend,

http://www.amazon.com/FOREST-Love-Legend-Rod-Raglin-ebook/dp/B00SO4L080 or

at https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/515038


THE BIG PICTURE -

A Camera, A Young Woman, An Uncompromising Ethic

is also now available in paperback as well as an e-book at
http://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B00LTXGD58 or at

http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/515877

Read reviews at

https://readersfavorite.com/book-review/39014


His Environmental Fiction series, ECO-WARRIORS includes

Not Wonder More - Mad Maggie and the Mystery of the Ancients  currently available at

http://www.devinedestinies.com/?route=product%2Fauthor&author_id=92

Spirit Bear and Eagleridge Bluffs are soon to be re-issued.


He blogs on "Writing - the experience" at http://rodraglin.wordpress.com/


Visit his video book review channel
NOT YOUR FAMILY, NOT YOUR FRIEND BOOK REVIEWS
for Conflict of Interest Free reviews of new Indie authors at
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCH45n8K4BVmT248LBTpfARQ


Visit his BookLikes blog for reviews of books he's read at
http://rodraglin.booklikes.com/


See a portfolio of his original photographs at www.redbubble.com/people/rodraglin

View his flickr photostream at

https://www.flickr.com/photos/78791029@N04/


Or, visit his YouTube channel if you prefer photo videos accompanied by classical music
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsQVBxJZ7eXkvZmxCm2wRYA

Email him at: rodraglin@yahoo.com

At twenty-seven years-old, George Fairweather is “the voice of his generation”, a poet whose talent has garnered him accolades from the literary establishment and homage from the disenfranchised “hippie” youth of the late 1960’s.

Vote for your cover preference below  for a chance to win an E-Book edition of THE BIG PICTURE -
A Camera, A Young Woman, An Uncompromising Ethic
or FOREST - Love, Loss, Legend

Spirit Bear Cover - Renfrew Ravine #2

Spirit Bear Cover - Cathedral Mountain #1

The Re-issue of Spirit Bear

Originally published January 1, 2010, Spirit Bear is being re-issued with a new cover and title December 1, 2015.

The story is a contemporary romance with a sub-plot that addresses an important environmental issue. This novel is a forerunner to the new genre, Eco-Fi and is as relevant today as it was then.
Here's a brief preview of what the story is about.


Power before Principles?

Kimberley James is hoping her new assignment will jumpstart her stalled career with a New York corporate relations firm. Her client wants to develop a mega ski resort in northern Canada. Her job is to convince the current owners of the land to sell. With millions of dollars to be made, it seems like a done deal.
Until she runs up against Jonah Baker.
Baker is part owner of a lodge on the land and an ardent environmentalist. He’s not about to permit a development that threatens ancient rainforests and the habitat of the rare and endangered Spirit Bear for any price.
Kim begrudgingly respects his principles before profit, but cannot allow a tree-hugging, bear-loving zealot to derail her fast track to success.
Jonah admires her determination and worldliness, but will fight to the end to stop a materialistic corporate climber from destroying something rare and unique.Will the mythical, white Spirit Bear survive, and what role will it play in resolving

Win a FREE E-BOOK by helping me choose a new cover and title for the re-issue of Spirit Bear.

George is the embodiment of the times with his long hair, rebellious attitude and regular use of mind-expanding psychedelic drugs.

Then the sudden and tragic death of Fallon, his friend, his muse and his lover shatters his world, his sanity and nearly ends his life.

Katherine is the one person who stands between George and destruction. A hanger-on, a groupie, a go-for, she’s a woman George never considered – for anything.  Katherine idolizes George and makes it her personal mission to keep him alive, doing whatever it takes, twenty-four seven.

Because of Katherine’s sacrifice and devotion George slowly begins to mend his soul and rebuild a life. But guilt and gratitude make it a much different life then he’d previously led.

Thirty-seven years later, George Fairweather is a husband, father and grandfather and a successful copywriter at an advertising agency. Another death, his wife Katherine’s, is about to change his life again.

Can dreams be renewed?

Can a life you’ve abandoned be taken up again?

Is it worth it?

 Rod Raglin AUTHOR, WRITING COACH, PHOTOGRAPHER

NEW TITLE: Here's some of the new titles being considered:


The Spirit Bear Sacrifice
The Spirit Bear Savior
Saving Spirit Bear
Spirit Bear – To  Save or Sacrifice?

OR?


Write your title preference below or add your own and submit it for a chance to win an E-Book edition of

THE BIG PICTURE -
A Camera, A Young Woman, An Uncompromising Ethic
or FOREST - Love, Loss, Legend.


While you're at it vote for cover #1 or #2


Draw will take place September 30 , 2015



This is the blurb for my soon-to-be-released new novel, The Widower. Would you like to be one of the first to read it, maybe help me improve it?

BETA READERS NEEDED

No money but lots of satisfaction, a debt of gratitude, your name on the Acknowledgements Page, the favor returned (if you’re an author)

FILL IN THE INFO ON THE RIGHT AND SUBMIT

Can dreams be renewed?