Our Son’s Third Book

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A lot has happened for us since school ended in May. Among other things, our son finished the third and last installment in The Adventures of Stickgamer135 series, The Strike of Era17. An unofficial Minecraft series for children ages 9+, the series opens up with Book 1, The Knight of Asper, and it continues with Book 2, Battle with Herobrine. The series ends with Book 3, The Strike of Era17.

Unofficial Minecraft Novel

The Strike of Era17

For their own sake, we limit the time our children spend playing Minecraft. Moreover, they do not play against other players. Also, we talk to them on a regular basis about video game addictions. Technology in general has a way of pulling people in. We want to make sure our children know the risks of screen time. Continue reading »

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Our Son’s Second Book

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Our son continued writing after he published The Knight of Asper. He came up with a second book in the series: Battle with Herobrine. The series title is “The Adventures of Stickgamer135” and it is an unofficial Minecraft novel series for children age 9 and older. You can purchase it on Amazon in either paperback or Kindle format.

Unofficial Minecraft Novel

Batle with Herobine, our son’s second book, another unofficial Minecraft novel

So many things have happened in the last two months, I have not had a chance to even blog about his second book. For your information, my children do not play Minecraft with other players, and we limit their time on the computer drastically.

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My Son’s First Book – The Knight of Asper

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My son has written a book. We published it through Amazon. The Knight of Asper is the first volume in a series he came up with all on his own.

The Knight of Asper

The Knight of Asper, my son’s first book

When he told me last year in October that he was writing a book, I smiled and said, “That’s nice!” Did I think he was going to stick to it? Nope. What 11-year-old do you know who has finished a book?

Did I check on him periodically to see how the project was coming along? No way. I did not want to discourage him, but I did not want to make him feel like a failure either, if he left it unfinished. Continue reading »

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