Birds of Lore
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Birds of Lore

I’m pleased to announce that my illustrated book of bird mythology has now been released.

In Birds of Lore, you follow the exploits of “The Mythologist” as he uses stolen technology to travel time and breach other dimensions in search of creatures that should never have existed. Each entry touches on the origins of a fantasy bird, or the most interesting parts of its history, while the wayward Mythologist deals with them in his reality.

Based on a mysterious “found journal” and fully illustrated by talented artists, Birds of Lore is the closest you can get to mythological bird watching (without losing a finger).

This modern bird bestiary could be described as a picture book for older readers, a cautionary sci-fi / fairy tale or one of the most unique coffee table art books you’ll ever pick up.

No public domain art was ever considered! These unsung monsters deserved 50 original, highly detailed color illustrations. “Birds of Lore” is available via paperback in all tablet editions on Smashwords, Apple, Barnes & Noble and all major retailers. A paperback is available on Amazon HERE.

Want to support the artists more directly and receive 2.00 off (COUPON CODE: EZ3VRW9L)? Then use the link below – it’s just like Amazon.

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Ryan Durney
Austin, USA
Tel: 5122497191…

Ryan Durney is an award-winning, full-time, freelance illustrator focusing on children's books, fantasy, and science fiction as well as prehistoric subjects. He uses inks, pain… Show more.

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