(PRWEB) September 19, 2011
The highly anticipated novel, "The Cord of Callows: Creed," Volume Two of the equally anticipated trilogy series opened for pre-sale on Sunday, September 18th, at Barnes & Noble Booksellers. The novel’s cover artwork revision will be finalized shortly and the book listing updated to include additional title information. The book has already opened to a successful response, moving up the sales charts quickly. The recently resurfaced from retirement author has amassed a legion of loyal fans that have waited eagerly for three years to see a new release coming from Kavanaugh.
The novel is a revision of the original story, previously released as an individual title, “The Cord of Callows.” To allow for creative and transition factors in consideration of a trilogy expansion, “The Cord of Callows: Creed” will be an alternate presentation of the first; however readers can expect many similarities in theme, character and story progression.
“This is still The Cord of Callows,” the author says. “It’s just The Cord of Callows as part of a growing family. Allowances for the others must be made so everyone can sit at the table comfortably and share a bit of meaningful conversation.”
“Creed” will reveal Kavanaugh’s deepest fears about the future of humanity should the practice of genetically engineering and/or cloning the world’s food supply continue and ultimately prosper as a widely accepted method of food manufacturing. The author is concerned the potential human health hazard to the unsuspecting and uninformed consumer is being ignored to make room for a convenient reduction of production cost to food companies.
The title is available for pre-order online or at any Barnes and Noble Booksellers. Shipment is scheduled for January 15th, 2012. The next volume of the Cord trilogy, “Provenance,” will follow “Creed,” with “Covenant” rounding out the series.
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MEDIA CORRECTION: In noting a previous printing error, it should be clarified the correct contact telephone number for the publisher is (503) 245-4759. Their mail center address is 818 S.W. 3rd Avenue - Suite 311, Portland, Oregon 97204-2405.