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Wiktopher follows the story of Lupen and Eka as they sandfin across the Soronan Desert and learn about the varied lives of its inhabitants. The book features illustrations of creatures, plants, maps and languages of the different cultures of its world. Themes include cultural identity, food preservation, community, low-tech and more.

It was written while circumnavigating the Pacific Ocean by sail, and over many summers in the Salish Sea. It was written by Rek Bell, and edited by Devine Lu Linvega. The writing is gender neutral and should be appropriate for children of 10 and up.

Updated 1 day ago
StatusReleased
CategoryBook
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AuthorRek & Devine
GenreAdventure
Tagsconlang, Sailing

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Ah! Just bought it and can’t wait to dive in. Loved your last book and so excited for this one.

I particularly love that you’ve written a fictional book for kids 10+ as well as adults. I just spent a couple of year writing & illustrating a book of fables for kids and adults. I feel that adults deserve to learn from stories, too! Thank you for writing and sharing this.

—Salman

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Stories are an excellent way to communicate, and to remember important ideas :). 
I really hope you like the book! It is awesome to hear that you've written and drawn a book yourself, it's such a fun process! Are you finished with it?

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Thank you! Yes, Im delighted to say that after 2.5 years of work, it’s done! I am self-publishing it with the help of a consultant. I’ll be launching multiple editions (hardcover, paperback, ebook, and also an audiobook with voices I narrated) sometime in Feb/March.

I’d love to send you a copy! I assume digital would be best so I could send over the ebook edition, or any others you’d prefer. It’s relatively short (7 fables of about 3K words each), so it’s low commitment. Let me know :)