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Kevin McGill is the mad writer of the Nikolas & Company series where the Moon is much more than we think, mermen walk on automaton legs, and 14-year-old boys talk to cities in their heads.

He's also the author who launched his book into space ->
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When not spinning Lunar yarns, Kevin hosts a weekly books podcast Guys Can Read along with his college buddy and co-host, Luke Navarro. Find Kevin’s blog kevinmcgill.wordpress.com and Twitter @kevinonpaper


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Kevin McGill Definitely my own world, city of Huron on Möon. It is the cradle of all magical civilization after all. But I'd definitely enroll in Hogwarts. Keep my…moreDefinitely my own world, city of Huron on Möon. It is the cradle of all magical civilization after all. But I'd definitely enroll in Hogwarts. Keep my fingers crossed that I get into Gryffindor House.(less)
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“Merrows,” the project leader shouted over the hovertruck’s whining stabilizers. “Mermaids! Merfolk! Whatever you folks call ‘em. They are under the citizenship of Huron and in need of help. If they are to be saved, I must have access to the voice of Huron. I may access the voice through my grandson, Nikolas.”
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Kevin McGill Dana wrote: "When will the third Nikolas & Company book be available?"
Sorry for the delay, Dana. Our cover designer was late on the cover so everything got pushed back. It will be late May. In the meantime you can check out the awesome cover: http:\\overthewoodfence.wordpress.com


message 22: by Dana

Dana When will the third Nikolas & Company book be available?


message 21: by Neveen

Neveen You are most welcome :).


message 20: by Dana

Dana Thank You!

Kevin wrote: "Thanks Dana :). Glad you're enjoying the stories. I thought Goodreads would have added it by now, but here you go:
http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/15...

Dana wrote: "I m..."



message 19: by Kevin

Kevin McGill Thanks Dana :). Glad you're enjoying the stories. I thought Goodreads would have added it by now, but here you go:
http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/15...

Dana wrote: "I must say, I'm really enjoying the Nikolas & Co books! I can't wait for Episode 3 to come out :) Also... could someone please add Episode 2 to the site? That'd be super-awesome!"


message 18: by Dana

Dana I must say, I'm really enjoying the Nikolas & Co books! I can't wait for Episode 3 to come out :) Also... could someone please add Episode 2 to the site? That'd be super-awesome!


message 16: by April

April Thanks for the friend request!!! :D


message 15: by Kevin

Kevin McGill Wifey is reading the first 100 pages. Funny to hear the chuckles, groans, sighs.


message 14: by Kevin

Kevin McGill I am HAPPY to announce the teaser trailer for Nikolas and Co is now here. Please, feel free to be entertained, inspired and somewhat creeped out. And please, feel free to forward it to as many people as you want :).
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tULUoQ...


message 13: by Kevin

Kevin McGill i looked up "man riding pig" on youtube as a part of my book research. wanted to make sure i got the right affect.


 Δx Δp ≥ ½ ħ Thanks kevin for inviting

happy reading :)


message 11: by Kevin

Kevin McGill Finished Mockingjay...Mockingjay


message 10: by Kevin

Kevin McGill Just finished Catching Fire. Not as good as Hunger Games, but suspect Mocking Jay will be better.


message 9: by Kevin

Kevin McGill Bianca wrote: "Thanks for the add, good luck with your writing."

welcome. Thanks for accepting.


message 8: by Kevin

Kevin McGill Jaree wrote: "Cool synopsis

- Jay"


thanks!


Bianca Thanks for the add, good luck with your writing.


message 6: by Jaree

Jaree Francis Cool synopsis

- Jay


message 5: by Kevin

Kevin McGill What's the spell to magically write a book without lifting a finger? #Hermoine would know.


message 4: by Kevin

Kevin McGill Good news. I was able to move a scene farther up, introducing the peril much sooner. Bad news. I justed added two days to my editing.


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Kevin McGill Angelika wrote: "Thanks for adding me as a friend, and inviting me to your group. Website looks fantastic! Did you design it yourself?"

Thanks! Yes I did. But I did have help from Wix. Their website is a lot of plug and play.


message 2: by Jaree

Jaree Francis Thanks for accepting the add + Good fortune with you writing efforts!

- Jay


Tee Jay thanks for the add


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