Edward Willett

Edward Willett

www.edwardwillett.com
Regina, Saskatchewan / Author, editor, singer, actor, father.
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My eighth novel for DAW books!  Two young individuals must uncover the dark secrets of their stratified city in this suspenseful sci-fi standalone.

My eighth novel for DAW books! Two young individuals must uncover the dark secrets of their stratified city in this suspenseful sci-fi standalone.

My eighth novel for DAW books!  Two young individuals must uncover the dark secrets of their stratified city in this suspenseful sci-fi standalone.

My eighth novel for DAW books! Two young individuals must uncover the dark secrets of their stratified city in this suspenseful sci-fi standalone.

Career book for Rosen Publishing.

A Career as a Mason

The sequel to Right to Know, Falcon's Egg is a fast-paced action adventure. Discovering a plot to reassert Imperial control over the recently rediscovered Peregrine, Lorn Kymbal tracks the conspirators into the deepest and most dangerous reaches of the planet and beyond. Kymbal, a veteran of the war of liberation that almost costs his life, fights killer robots and his own inner demons as he tries to win freedom for himself and his planet.

The sequel to Right to Know, Falcon's Egg is a fast-paced action adventure. Discovering a plot to reassert Imperial control over the recently rediscovered Peregrine, Lorn Kymbal tracks the conspirators into the deepest and most dangerous reaches of the planet and beyond. Kymbal, a veteran of the war of liberation that almost costs his life, fights killer robots and his own inner demons as he tries to win freedom for himself and his planet.

"Well written, and fast moving, with touches of humour, Lake in the Clouds will appeal to young readers who enjoy adventure as well as adults who might like a modern visit to the timeless story of King Arthur and his knights."  A review by Ronald Hore for CM Magazine.

Cover of The Lake in the Clouds, Book 3 of The Shards of Excalibur series, to be published by Coteau Books in Spring

Amazon.com: Kiera Cass (All about the Author) (9781477779149): Edward Willett: Books

Kiera Cass (All about the Author)

Amazon.com: Andy Nebula: Double Trouble eBook: Edward Willett: Kindle Store

Amazon.com: Andy Nebula: Double Trouble eBook: Edward Willett: Kindle Store

Amazon.com: Andy Nebula: Interstellar Rock Star eBook: Edward Willett: Kindle Store

Andy Nebula: Interstellar Rock Star was published by the sadly defunct Roussan Publishers in It received an "Our Choice" Award from the Canadian Children's Book Centre. Now you can read it for free on Wattpad!

Cover of The Cave Beneath the Sea, Book 4 in The Shards of Excalibur series from Coteau Books. Publication date fall 2015.

Cover of The Cave Beneath the Sea, Book 4 in The Shards of Excalibur series from Coteau Books. Publication date fall

The Adventures of Michael & Mia: Stewards of the Land. Some 35,000 of these were printed (in English AND French) by Agriculture in the Classroom Canada and read out loud all over the country by agriculture professionals to classes, then provided free to the students. Illustrated by Val Lawton.

The Adventures of Michael & Mia: Stewards of the Land. Some 35,000 of these were printed (in English AND French) by Agriculture in the Classroom Canada and read out loud all over the country by agriculture professionals to classes, then provided free to the students. Illustrated by Val Lawton.

...a little farther off stood a more airporty structure, with a small control tower attached.

a little farther off stood a more airporty structure, with a small control tower attached.

There was a weird yellow giant-mushroom thing spraying water in all directions...

There was a weird yellow giant-mushroom thing spraying water in all directions.

The Queenstown airport was surprisingly large for such a small town. His stomach grumbled as he came into the terminal, and he felt a rather overpowering need for caffeine, so he stopped at the Patagonia Chocolates stand and ordered ice cream and coffee. Both were delicious. Feeling more human, he tossed the ice cream container into the trash and made his way to the exit…WAY OUT, it read above the door, which he thought was pretty funny.

The Queenstown airport was surprisingly large for such a small town. His stomach grumbled as he came into the terminal, and he felt a rather overpowering need for caffeine, so he stopped at the Patagonia Chocolates stand and ordered ice cream and coffee. Both were delicious. Feeling more human, he tossed the ice cream container into the trash and made his way to the exit…WAY OUT, it read above the door, which he thought was pretty funny.

The sign had said the trail to Lake Putahi was 3.6 kilometres. By the time he emerged onto the shores of the mist-shrouded body of water he was convinced it was twice that. Mountains, he thought, bending over with his hands on his knees, panting. Why did it have to be mountains? We don’t do mountains in Saskatchewan.

The sign had said the trail to Lake Putahi was 3.6 kilometres. By the time he emerged onto the shores of the mist-shrouded body of water he was convinced it was twice that. Mountains, he thought, bending over with his hands on his knees, panting. Why did it have to be mountains? We don’t do mountains in Saskatchewan.