Ron Smorynski, an indie filmmaker and computer animator, has created a fantasy book series for middle-grade kids. “Alfred The Boy King” series is an epic storyline filled with magic, creatures, and great battle scenes. The book takes kids on a fun journey and teaches them Christian values.
Ron has seen the culture wars upfront helping notable Christians such as Alfonzo Rachel, Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson at BOND, and Ken Ham’s Creation Museum. His vision was to create an entertaining book series that still held strong moral values and continued the pervasive truths of Good versus Evil. “Alfred The Boy King” focuses on the Father of Light, who has been silent as the World burns, will he ever return to his Creation as Alfred and the fallen Kingdom of men struggle against overpowering and evil odds?
Ron has cleverly intertwined moments of humor and reprieve to provide a sense of realism in contrast to the magical and mythical nature of the series. Due to his keen interest in the medieval times, the medieval scenes are intricately and beautifully described, which shows Ron’s dedication and research put into creating this book.
The book has managed to draw praise and appreciation from early readers and critics:
The story captures the pure adventure and action so longed for in fantasy adventures while also tackling growing up, history, and family struggles. To me, it brings to mind such classics as Narnia and The Castle in the Attic.
~ Emerson Rose Craig https://scrutinizingstorytellers.wordpress.com/
Seeing him somehow figure out how to manage everything and rule his kingdom at such a young age. It was so inspiring to witness, as a reader. I highly recommend this book to everyone who loves middle-grade fantasy books.
~ Laila Tarek, lebookworm7.wordpress.com
If I would describe this book in one word it would be Magical. Yes you read it right, Magical, this book is full of magic…
~ Tin, thebookmaiden.wordpress.com
The author would love to send a print and/or e-book copy for review and give-a-away for your audience. Author interviews, written or live are welcome.
The book is now available at https://www.amazon.com/Alfred-Boy-Who-Would-King/dp/1542462967/ref=cm_cr_arp_d_product_top?ie=UTF8 in print, Kindle, and Kindle Unlimited.
There is also an e-book free edition of “Alfred, The Boy Who Would Be King, Volume 1, Book 1” available to sign ups on the website, www.AlfredBoyKing.com It does not contain Book 2, of the Volume 1 purchase version.
About Ron Smorynski:
Ron is an indie filmmaker and computer animator, who has worked at Blizzard Entertainment and with Blur Studios. He has had his films premiere in the Hollywood Film Festival and sale at the American Film Market. He is an avid lover of fiction books, history and mythology. Besides being a loving dad to his daughters and dedicating time to his work, Ron manages to sneak time in to write incredible stories.