Tag: JP Coman

A smiling troll with tall hair is standing below a waterfall with his arms thrown high in joy. Behind him on the bank is a troll that looks worried.
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Bonus Short Story

We’re back around to the shortest month of the year so we’re highlighting a fun short story for our young readers, Moonstone Mishaps. Moonstone Mishaps is a bonus story following the first book of The Troll Series, Winnie and the Mystery of the Missing Moonstones. The trolls of Mayfield have just found their moonstones. But...

JP Coman at LA Book Festival
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Path to Publication

Have you ever wondered what the path to publication is like? Join John Comeaux (aka JP Coman) at the next Writer’s Guild of Acadiana meeting to hear about his experiences. Join him at Barnes & Noble in Lafayette at 7pm on Jan 28th. Learn more at the Writer’s Guild of Acadiana website!

Book Launch Report
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Book Launch Report

Many thanks to Barnes and Noble, Lafayette for hosting the Winnie and the Mystery of the Missing Moonstones book launch! There are only a few signed copies left on the shelf at Barnes and Noble, be sure to stop in and get yours! JP Coman’s friends and family joined in the celebration.    

'Winnie and the Mystery of the Missing Moonstones' by JP Coman, Illustrated by Maïlys Pitcher. A young girl peers over the bushes to see a troll lifting a toy troll doll.
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Book Launch

Head over to the Barnes & Noble at 5705 Johnston St, Lafayette, LA this Friday, Sep 6th, from 6:-7:30 pm for the release of our latest launch! Meet J.P. Coman, get your book to signed, and learn all about the characters from Winnie and the Mystery of the Missing Moonstones.

JP Coman: On Writing
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JP Coman: On Writing

Continuing the special series about JP Coman, we asked  for their thoughts on writing. If you missed part 1, read it now! What do you think most characterizes your writing? Great dialog and interaction. Characters that are memorable, and scenes that you can visualize like a movie. Why did you choose to write Children’s Fantasy? ...

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