The Morae River: Part One

The Morae River is now available through Blurb.com as a 56 page book! It includes all of the animals and plants on the blog thus far and a few that haven’t been posted yet. You can find the link to the book in the sidebar or follow the link below for preview and purchasing. This book will only be available for a limited time (until the end of November) I am looking into an independent printer here in the States to print thicker, heavier versions of the complete book within the next year or so.

Thank you for all of your support and following of the blog. I hope you enjoy the book to those of you who purchase it.

You can find the book here: The Morae River

Note: The preview for the book is showing up in CMYK for some reason. I’ll upload pictures of the book I have here to give you a sense of the final product’s color.

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9 Responses to The Morae River: Part One

  1. Ben says:

    will you be making ‘part 2′ available on blurb also? I’m definitely buying this, but don’t really want 1.5 books :p

    • admin says:

      Most Likely. Whatever species I include in the Low Lands will be in Part Two. That will probably be released in April. After that, however, they will compiled into one, big, hard cover book (depending on where I take the project) Hope that answers your question.

      • Ben says:

        I don’t mind having 2 books, especially seeing as blurb ships outside of the US, though a hardcover is tempting :)

        I guess, what would YOU recommend?

        • admin says:

          Hehe, well I would do my best to make it possible to ship outside of the US. Most of the orders would be placed through myself and I would handle it. Shipping might cost more though… To be honest, I am the kind of person who waits for box sets, so naturally I’d wait for the larger book. :D

  2. Mark says:

    just curious did you make youre website or does some one host it like wordpress

  3. Megan says:

    Will this be becoming available again anywhere?

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