Wednesday Words

Jeffrey Cook & Kennedy J. Quinn

~An old train lost on an abandoned stretch of tracks inspires teens to imagine haunting train whistles in the night and other RAILWAY TALES. By Jeffrey Cook

Author JEFFREY COOK lives in Maple Valley, Washington, with his wife and three large dogs. He was born in Boulder, Colorado, but has lived all over the United States. He has contributed to a number of role-playing game books for Deep7 Press out of Seattle, Washington and is included in several anthologies. He spearheaded production of anthology, SOUND & FURY which benefits PAWS animal charity. When not reading, researching or writing, Jeffrey enjoys role-playing games and watching football. You can find Jeff at many NW Conventions with FVP Books and/or Clockwork Dragon.

Artist Lesia Tiongson creates unique, heartfelt, and whimsical mosaic art. Her work consists of wide ranging designs and commonly features visually-contrasting elements
on mediums of various substrates based on an eclectic mix of natural Pacific Northwest and manufactured materials. Her work reflects a view of nature and human sentiment
through a simple philosophy – everything has a shape. These mosaic art pieces provide a unique tactile observation of nature through texture and three dimensions.
Though Her art has found a nationwide audience, she is based in the small town of North Bend, WA, where she can be found teaching local workshops.

The Lost Train – An FVP Books Anthology w/Art from North Bend Art & Industry

THE LOST TRAIN Anthology will be Released Tuesday, September 1st. 

Limited signed copies available through NBAI’s Silent Auction starting August 24th.

Copies available through NBAI &

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3 Responses to Wednesday Words

  1. Mari Collier says:

    Much luck! Tweeted.

  2. That photo brings back wonderful memories! This was a great Author/Artist pairing between Jeffrey and Lesia. Such fun!

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