Monday, September 13, 2010

Books Available For Sale

As of right now both books are for sale on the publisher's website. So, feel free to go ahead and get a copy of the books. Here are individual links for each book:

The Broken Council - http://www.tatepublishing.com/bookstore/book.php?w=978-1-61663-747-7

The Fallen Guardian - http://www.tatepublishing.com/bookstore/book.php?w=978-1-61739-206-1

Both Books - http://www.tatepublishing.com/bookstore/search.php?search=burke&s=5&l=5&t=7

Please feel free to check out the books and buy them. If you have any questions, please let me know. So, the official date for in-store release is December 21, 2010. It is rather cool that you can buy books now before they even hit the stores. I am pleased with the finished project and hope you enjoy the story as it unfolds!

Friday, September 3, 2010

Family Update

This summer has flown by. Football season is upon us once again and I am hoping Taylor will still enjoy watching college game day with daddy. The job has been insanely busy with no end in sight. I think being busy is a good way to keep out of trouble. I did not get outside as much as I had wanted, however, I was able to spend good quality time with the family over the past few months.

The calling has been busy along with continuous changes to home teaching and to replacing people who have moved. I am hoping that the fall will bring some serenity and peace. The books are done and in the final stage. I am hoping by the end of September to have the website for the books done and have it so the books can be purchased from the website. I am way excited for everyone to read the story thus far. I am so thankful for everyone who has helped along the way.

I also want to thank my wife for putting up with Taylor and I...even though the boy gets special consideration and I do not. It helps that he is so cute...I think he will always get away with everything. It melts my heart when he says daddy. He did start to say mama just yesterday, so hopefully he will start doing that more so Debbie can feel apprecaited. She clearly does way more and deserves all the credit.