Lethbridge Herald Interview


Lethbridge Herald Interview, Lethbridge Herald Interview, Ryan Carriere

City author turns love of drawing into full time job.

Dave Mabell

Lethbridge Herald

dmabell@lethbridgeherald.com

Lethbridge Herald Interview, Lethbridge Herald Interview, Ryan Carriere

He’s enjoyed sketching and drawing all his life. He never expected to become a published author.

But now a Lethbridge father has quit his day job to write imaginative stories for children.

Ryan Carriere’s first book is heading to local stores, with a second one scheduled before Christmas.

And he says they’ll be followed by at least two more adventure books for readers seven to 17.

The first, “Firestone,” is now available as a paperback or an Ebook. Subtitled “A Tale of the Eternal Stones,” Carriere says “It’s a young reader’s epic fantasy.”

“It’s set in a crumbling world, 12,000 years ago in a land of monsters and magic.”

Firestone is one of the foundational elements in that world, he explains. The second book in his series will be “Bloodstone.”

City author turns love of drawing into full-time job

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *