Help Make This Story A National Best Seller

 

Shortly after suddenly passing away in 2012, Brandon Flock's grieving parents Brad and Dena found the unfinished script, a piece he had been working on called Buck Off. Almost five years later, award-winning author Tyler Trafford has brought Brandon’s script back to life.

In purchasing TwoBlackEyes and the Unfinished Script, you are helping not only Brandon's legacy, but all sales contribute to the Brandon Flock Foundation, supporting young artists. The Foundation offers financial aid and mentoring to students seeking their passion in the Arts, and encourages emerging talent through the awarding of scholarships to talented and deserving students in Canada.

The Contest

 

Please help us out on August 29th by posting a video or a selfie while reading the book from where ever you are. Think wild and crazy. Then post [on Twitter, on Facebook, on Instagram, on LinkedIn] using the hashtag #twoblackeyesbestseller – we want to create as much noise as possible on social media, so please take a minute out of your day on the 29th to help us out.

The most creative photo will receive dinner on us! A $100 dollar gift certificate to Earls.

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Tyler Trafford’s novels include The Story Of Blue Eye (a 2004 Grant MacEwan Literary Award finalist), Alexander’s Way and The Métis Girl. This series focuses on the historical relationships between Native, Métis and European cultures in southern Alberta. His most recent book, Almost A Great Escape, A Found Story, won the 2014 Alberta Readers’ Choice Award, the 2014 Writers Guild of Alberta Wilfrid Eggleston Nonfiction Award, and The City of Calgary’s W.O. Mitchell Book Award. The book details Tyler’s discovery of his mother’s past, including her forbidden Second World War love affair with the Norwegian pilot who escaped from Stalag Luft III. Tyler grew up in Calgary and now lives on the Oldman River north of Pincher Creek, Alberta.

About the Author

WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING

“Trafford expertly weaves the Brandon Flock script into the story of Nathan Munro, his family, and friends to create a wonderfully entertaining and spell-binding read.” 

 

—  Brian French, Where Magazine