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Choosing your own fun in Kayak Mag

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Choosing your own fun in Kayak Mag

June 8, 2005
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My new choose your own adventure story appears in the June/July issue of Kayak, the Canadian history magazine for kids.

Into the Money Pit takes readers deep into the mysterious Oak Island Money Pit in search of treasure, glory and a dog named Doubloon.

Kayak has great website and you can play Into the Money Pit online. So, before your buy your printed copy, head over to Kayakmag.ca and see if you can find the real treasure of Oak Island.

Not only were the guys at Kayak great to work with, they also succeeded in finding an illustrator with the same name as me! Besides having a great name, Liam Thruston’s art is fantastic and he managed to capture my three-eyed rodent perfectly (and that’s not an easy thing to do!)

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