Over 14 Years to Write a Book- "Mon-Ton: The Old Man and His Treasure"

Author Vance Bell released the first book in the Mon-Ton story today after taking only 14 years to put it on paper.

Idabel, OK, September 09, 2009 --(PR.com)-- Vance Bell says: “The story of Mon-ton began its life about 14 years ago. It started in response to "Tell me a story.” After telling my granddaughter a condensed version of the story, she decided it should be a book.”

What makes this book special?

The Mon‑Ton story is imaginative and creative in its style. It has been called a great chapter book, which should be placed in every “school and public” library. The style allows the reader to picture the characters in their own minds.

It is a story of adventure and magic. A fantasy book for both the young and older reader alike, a story greatly enjoyed by third and fourth graders. It is written in a way to allow a daily reading while keeping the attention of the younger reader. That is not to say that it is not enjoyed by older readers, because it is.

Although the story is a fantasy, Mr. Bell took time to insert some facts and details of areas that the readers may recognize.

Vance Bell adds, “No, the next book in the story will not take another 14 yrs. “Mon‑Ton: The Quest to Misty Island” is scheduled to be released within the next couple of weeks. I have also started writing the third book “Mon‑Ton: The Return to Mon‑Ton” which should be available for release next year.”

Currently the book is available at most major online book retailers, Amazon.com, BarnesandNoble.com, copies of the book can be purchased through links on the author’s website http://bellmountainbooks.com.

Vance Bell may also be contacted through this site and welcomes questions or comments.

Vance Bell
580 286-3874