ROD BRIAULT

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Credit

Credit where credit's due.

Heartfelt thanks to my cover illustrator Jamie Glover for creating yet another superb illustration for my new novel Falgorin. Indie authors, if you are looking for an illustrator who will work with you to design a  unique, eye catching cover for your new publication then I cannot recommend Jamie highly enough. His understanding, interpretation and willingness to accomodate make him the perfect partner. You can see his work here Jamie Glover.

Falgorin

Falgorin

Today sees the long awaited publication of Rod's adult fantasy 'Falgorin' the first book in the Scrying Glass Worlds series.

4th July Promotion

Fugitives in Time is now available for free download in all eBook formats until 31st July 2019 - DON'T MISS OUT!

April Giveaway

Fugitives in Time is now available for free download in all eBook formats for the month of April 2019 - DON'T MISS OUT!

New website

To coincide with the launch of the paperback versions of my Travellers In Time novels at Amazon, today also sees the launch of my new website.

Interview

I've published an in-depth Q&A interview at Smashwords today which I hope you find interesting. If any of my readers would like to suggest additional questions they'd like to see answered in my interview, please drop me a line and I'll either answer directly or have them included in the interview.

Falgorin

Falgorin – Book 1 of my Scrying Glass Worlds series is now available for download from Smashwords and Kobo.

Falgorin

Falgorin - Book 1 of my Scrying Glass Worlds series goes on sale on Kobo & Smashwords from Monday 24th September 2018.

Website

Changes to my website www.rodbriault.com have gone live today. The menu has been modified to make it easier to access information for each of my books.

Trivia

I was searching the internet recently in the hope of adding one or two details to my family tree when I made a rather surprising discovery, apparently there's a crater on Mars named Briault (the name was approved in 1973 by the International Astronomical Union (IAU) Working Group for Planetary System Nomenclature) after the French astronomer P Briault although further research on this gentlemen proved of small benefit as there is little to be found.

Throughout my life, various dentists have regaled me with talk of the Briault dental probe and whilst I can find numerous references to the implement include pictures and lists of places where same may be purchased I've been unable to determine how or when it got its name.

If anyone can add anything on either subject I would be delighted to hear from them. My interest lies simply in knowing more about the probe or the astronomer rather than connecting them to my own family line.