Thanks Yer

Dear all,
             I’s wud jus likes ter thank yer one n all for takin the opportunity ter gets yerself a free copy on me anthology this last weekend. 1160 on yer tooks advantage. 
So far, eight on yer has been kind enuff ter write a review n put it on the page, repeated on the page for me book – Globular Van der Graff’s Goblin Tales for Adults.
I’s thinks me human co-writer is wore out. He’s fasts asleep in his chair. He’s don’t know I’s is usin his laptop. Well, I’s had better close now afore he wakes up. He do get a bit upset if he’s finds me usin his stuff
So, bye for now,
Yer friend,
PS – Here’s a link ter yer reviews: 

Oh Yea, Oh Yea – Glob is Coming!

“It is bright, easy to read and a lot of fun.”

From midnight tonight Globular Van der Graff’s Goblin Tales for Adults will be free to download during Saturday 2nd and Sunday 3rd June, from an Amazon outlet near you.

Here are a few of the reviews Glob has received so far:

“From the very first story I was hooked, and for some reason, the style Jack Eason uses in this book had me thinking immediately of Geoffrey Chaucer meeting Mother Goose. It’s a beautifully crafted story book that will delight any reader. In particular, I just loved ‘I Juth Want One Night’th Thleep’, the story of Bejuss, the one-eyed lisping raven with the twisted beak. Having read Jack’s other books, Globular Van der Graff’s Goblin Tales is such a complete change of genre and one that I hope he continues to write in. All up, a fantastic read.” 

“Jack Eason’s Globular Van der Graff’s Goblin Tales for Adults is an adventure like no other. From the start you will be pulled in by the vivid characters Jack had created for Goblindom, not to mention the journeys they partake in. It won’t be long before you find the character you love the most.
Each story deals with another adventure, mostly misadventures, of the goblin brothers. Yet Jack still managed to connect all the stories with an overall plot and brilliant character growth. Although the book says `for adults’, I would have no problem introducing this book to my kids, when I eventually have kids.”

“If you’re like me, you’ve probably held to the notion that goblins are ugly, green humanoids with the mentality of a swarm of gnats. From page one of this fabulous collection, you’ll realize there are more to goblins than their usual portrayal in literature.

Jack Eason has created a compelling, complex, and utterly charming world called Goblindom, where a band of five goblin brothers, led by Globular (Glob) share in one exciting journey after another. Humans (humins, as the goblins call them) are present, but unlike most stories in fantasy, they are not the focus, but exist as friends and wonderful minor characters.

What I particularly love about this collection is that the characters are so well done, they come to life on the page. Each goblin has his own unique quirks. You’ll soon connect with each of them as though they were old friends, whether it’s Make with his pipe or cross-eyed, grumpy Neo. My favourite character of all, however, isn’t a goblin at all, but a one-eyed, lisping raven named Bejuss. He completely steals the show on more than one occasion!

Each story is short enough to read in a sitting and different enough to keep you waiting for the next. Whether the brothers are seeking out the goblin queen or protecting the humins from ugly witches and dragons, their stories are lessons in friendship, family, loyalty, and perseverance.

Don’t let the “For Adults” in the title fool you. These stories are not erotic or overly graphic, so I recommend it for young adults and beyond! Grab your copy today!”

Don’t delay, get your free downloadable copy of this bewitching and utterly charming set of tales about five Southern Woods Goblins who lived in a land called Goblindom a very long time ago, after midnight tonight…