As part of Self-Published Fantasy Month 2021, we at the Uncharted Library are hosting a series of spotlights to showcase the incredible talent of self-published fantasy authors! We’re here with our first middle grade fantasy, The Village Dogs of Pucklechuck by Emily Garrett, a cute tale of adventurous dogs!
Self-Published Fantasy Month is a month-long celebration highlighting the best of what the self-published fantasy community has to offer. To find out more and get involved, visit their official website at https://www.selfpublishedfantasymonth.com/, check them out on Twitter @SelfPubFanMonth, or join The Guild, their Discord Server.
From Book 1: Mog is a young half-Giant and an outcast in the quaint town of Pucklechuck. He longs to fit in with the villagers, but can’t shake his past.
One day, he witnesses something shocking. A villager slays an innocent dog and Mog’s world changes immediately. He is swept up into a hair-raising adventure, as the village people turn against the dogs. Mog is the animals’ only hope – without him the Prophecy cannot be realised. Will he help them?
Magical, fast-paced and entertaining, The Village Dogs of Pucklechuck: Book One should not be missed.
The Village Dogs of Pucklechuck is a completed duology. The second book was released on 14th April 2021 at 194 pages.
About the Author
Emily Garrett lives in Sydney’s inner west and is the proud owner of a cheeky Chihuahua called Nacho.
She has a Masters of Creative Writing from the University of Sydney and a Graduate Certificate of Directing from AFTRS.
As well as The Village Dogs of Pucklechuck series, she writes children’s picture books, has made 4 short films and is passionate about street photography.