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Gazoul Book Signing poster 20160615Dog Ear author Lewis Gazoul to Sign and Personalize His Breakout Novels Druids of the Faerie

Grosse Pointe, MI – Local author, Lewis Gazoul, will have his first public signing of his fantasy novels Druids of the Faerie, Books I and II at Barnes and Noble Grosse Pointe on June 15th, 2016.

Set on a breathtakingly real globe, in an era of castles, blacksmiths, pulsing forests and swamps, magic and spirits, self-sustaining villages, and diverse beings and creatures. Fueled with idealistic courage and no knowledge of the land outside his father’s realm, Baytel abandons his birthright and duties and begins a journey to fulfill the destiny he senses within himself. His quest leads him to become a Citadel Druid, skilled in the healing arts and self-reliance. He devotes himself to enabling a peaceful coexistence among the many sects of humanity who inhabit the One Land. All of this is in grave conflict with his father’s and brother’s plans of conquest.

This is the perfect gift for Dads who love Lord of the Rings, Chronicles of Narnia or Game of Thrones!

Lewis will be at the Grosse Pointe Barnes and Noble, located on the corner of Mack and Moross, on June 15th, 2016 starting at 6PM. He will be signing and personalizing both books in the series.

For additional information on these and other Barnes & Noble events in Grosse Pointe, contact Jennifer Norstrand, Assistant Store Manager, at (313) 884-5220.

Ray Robinson
Ray Robinson

When Ray first entered the publishing industry, authors relied on “vanity presses” to produce their work – many of whom would charge $15,000 or more and leave the author’s garage filled with hundreds of books. Ray, along with coworker Alan Harris, joined forces with Miles Nelson to create Dog Ear Publishing to provide the author community a self-publisher with a heart. The group’s application of new technologies and publishing on demand reduced the cost of publishing a book to a fraction of what it had been for previous generations; authors now have the ability to publish a book in as little as six weeks and print as few as a single copy.