Liam O'Donnell is an award-winning children's author, gamer and educator. He's created over 30 books for young readers, including the "Max Finder Mystery" and "Graphic Guide Adventures" series of graphic novels. He also wrote "Ganked", a YA gamer geek mystery perfect for reluctant readers. It's got epic loot, gold farmers and lots of PvP action and is available now.
He lives in Toronto, where he divides his time between the computer and the coffee maker. Visit him anytime at: liamodonnell.com
Hamid is trapped. Ant is cursed. Herobrine’s rampage begins.
Fresh from their victories in the Overworld and the Nether, Hamid, Jaina and Ant must now face their greatest challenge: Herobrine’s invasion of the real world.
Twelve year-old Hamid thought he could handle any Minecraft challenge. But when a diseased magma cube infects his best friend and his school principal teams up with ultimate force of darkness, Hamid is ready to say Game Over.
Trapped in Minecraft and running out of time, Hamid, Jaina and their video game allies must race across the Nether to cure Ant, catch Principal Whiner and defeat Herobrine
Things got serious when the creeper blew up the cafeteria.
Hamid, Ant and Jaina just want to create epic builds in Minecraft. When a mysterious stranger gives them four foam swords, the three friends and their videogame-hating principal are transported into a world of blocks and thrown into an epic battle to save their favorite game.
“I knew I was in trouble when I deleted my breakfast.”
When Nathan wakes up with the head of a video game villain on his shoulders, he knows he’s in for a world of trouble. The question is, which world?
Fifteen year old Orin Hutch came to StrifeCon to geek-out over his favourite online video game. Now, he’s running from the cops and hunting a killer. When his brother is framed for murder, Orin and his gamer friends delve into their favorite virtual world in search of someone with a very real secret worth killing for. Can these geek detectives catch the killer before it's game over?
Aaron is not impressed with Treasure Hunter, his new video game. The thing has no graphics and it involves reading! Mom calls it a Text Adventure and says they were all the rage a million years ago.
When Aaron’s recently deceased grandfather starts communicating to him through Treasure Hunter, the game sends Aaron on a real life quest to save his family.
Declan has a plan to survive this year's family camping trip: a brand new hand-held gaming console. When it's stolen, his plan sinks faster than a leaky canoe. To get his gadget back and stay plugged in, he must track down the mysterious beast known as the Howler. How hard can it be for an epic gamer like Declan?