Eric J Kregel writes: This is a great collection of fantasy and science fiction and everything else that is a bit off the beaten path, something outside of the confines of traditional publishing. Trust me, you won't regret taking the plunge and entering into the adventures that's all things www.inupress.ca! There's the right kind of madness in every tale and essay and edition.
Chris M writes. "I truly enjoy a good fantasy/medieval-type story. The Markus and Bloodgrue stories are quick and easy to read. While reading the stories, I find myself escaping into another world. Rusty's world of Quantos is different (even the names of characters and places are different) and full of surprises. I hope the stories continue for a long time."
High Prairie Fellowship of the Scribbler Writer’s Conference
is being held Saturday and Sunday
September 17th from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
September 18th from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm.
Admission is $72.00 PRE-BOOKING, $76.00 AT THE DOOR for the full two days.
From July 18th to July 22 2016 tickets for seats are on sale for 69.95, Only eight seats remain
The event is at the, High Prairie Smitty’s Meeting Room, with guests’ speakers, M J Domet from Beaverlodge, author of, Waves of Blue Light, as well as Rusty Knight from High Prairie, author of the Bloodgrue series and producer at InUPress.
REFRESHMENTS WILL BE SUPPLIED DURING THE EVENT, which includes a free lunch on Saturday.
This event is for writers, authors and readers that are interested in learning about writing and publishing.
The event is sponsored by Inevitable Unicorn Press, (InUPress.ca), & Fellowship of the Scribblers of High Prairie, Alberta.
For more information or to book contact
Rusty Knight or Aaron Klassen at:
email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Inevitable Unicorn Press
High Prairie, Alberta
Well! We've done it! We have added work from two new authors in our store, plus we've published Issue two of Dalan Magazine. Check them out.
We have a contests page, where each month, on each contest, one voter will be drawn to receive their choice of one free episode from the InUPress store. Vote in the contests, as you see what you like.
In June we've added the Lanis series as a free download order, to the store.
Inevitable Unicorn Press is here to supply you with reading products to entertain and enlighten you.
We have several products, but our focus is primarily Canadian fantasy fiction.
May the words stay with you!
Together, our team hopes to provide you with quality reading material for coffee breaks and bedtime. Well, actually, any time you like to read.
My fame is the Dragoman Bloodgrue series that is traditionally published. As well, I have completed the first draft of the Laret novel that is coming out this year; it is self-published.
I also won an award as best new poet of the year, from the American Poetry Society in the early 1980's.
So once again, we welcome you to InUPress!
If you have read the previous Markus episodes you know that Markus is an apprentice dragoman of journeyman dragoman Bloodgrue of Bloodgrue Estates. If you have not read the earlier work, Markus is an apprentice dragoman whose rogue contract was purchased by journeyman dragoman Bloodgrue in mid-autumn from Arton Warehouse, where Markus was an appraiser, barely making enough coin to eat and feed his mother and sister. Now? Well, things have drastically changed, but are they better? Chaotic, yes. Markus eats better, but has his life improved? Bloodgrue pays Markus little attention, making Markus learn the trade in the same way Bloodgrue did, on his own out on the streets. Is Markus picking up the trade quick enough and learning what he needs to? Sennet thinks so, maybe? Moreover, what is this with Gerra?
Read the Markus series episodes and enjoy getting into Markus' life and mind: the injuries, love, and all his troubles. The series continues in bundles and expect more episodes long into the future.
Written by Rusty Knight and produced by InUPress, we publish the series at InUPress.ca Store.
Markus is a series of adult fantasy serial short stories with low levels of offending language, making the stories suitable for age sixteen and older.
Writing is usually a solo project for most folks. I also enjoy collaborating with other authors, with my creative ideas flowing in both cases. Keeping ideas flowing can be difficult for some. Here are a few tips.
Sometimes you just run out of time, or writing just doesn't fit in your schedule. What do you do? I have experience to suggest here.
Having trouble deciding how to continue, or whether to continue at all? 81% of us want to write, but only 1% of us ever do. I have a few ideas for you to help you decide.
Bonny Nelson wrote on Rusty's facebook: "I've read the first four episodes and truly enjoyed them! I normally don't read sci-fi but Rusty's style makes for easy reading and I can visualize the scenes he is writing about. I have just gotten to know "Bloodgrue" and I want to see what happens next. I am downloading the next four episodes!"
To everyone who has waited, Dalan magazine's second issue has released. Go to the store and grab a copy for your pleasure.
Donna S wrote, "I've read eight of the Bloodgrue series and I am certainly enjoying it. The characters are interesting and complex. In every story I learn a little more about what kind of man Bloodgrue is. The world, the places within the world and the situations Bloodgrue finds himself in, are all unique. Blue Hair and her chickens make me laugh."
also "I have read a couple of the 'Markus' series and I look forward to reading more Markus stories and his experiences as he explores his new life and streets of the North Docks."
"Give them a read. Keep in mind that it does take a few episodes to truly get the feel for the characters and story."
Chris writes, "I truly enjoy a good fantasy/medieval-type story. The Markus and Bloodgrue stories are quick and easy to read. While reading the stories, I find myself escaping into another world. Rusty's world of Quantos is different (even the names of characters and places are different) and full of surprises. I hope the stories continue for a long time."