Angelguard has Landed!


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I returned home on Monday to an unusual package sitting at my front door. I wasn’t expecting anything to be delivered.

I ventured inside noticing the address label indicated the parcel had come from the United Kingdom. Hastily I opened it and to my surprise were copies of Angelguard.

Finally, I can hold this baby that has been so long in arriving. Even though it has been available in the US for a few weeks, it has been a little hard to grasp that the novel has actually been released without seeing it for myself.

It’s also been a delightful experience for my family. They too have only “seen it” virtually and being able to see and hear their reactions of its arrival has been especially wonderful.

This morning I took a copy to my dad, who has been recovering from a stroke. It was a lovely tender moment for the two of us to share.

So where can you get it?

In the US, it appears to be only available at the moment at 3 retailers:

–       Barnes & Noble


–       Amazon – judging by the notices on Amazon they only have a small supply at present. I’ve requested an update from my distributor to better understand this situation

I’d love it if you were able to encourage your local store to stock it.

Canada, I’m still awaiting confirmation of stockists and will advise in due course.

UK Release

The UK launch is on schedule for the end of this week, which will be great. Once again, I’m awaiting information on which stores will stock the novel.

Online, both and Book Depository have it listed to be available on the 22 March or soon thereafter.


For Aussie readers, it isn’t expected in stores until late April/early May. So I will provide further details closer to the time.

However, Book Depository includes “Free Worldwide Shipping” if you can’t wait to purchase it.

Kindle and other eBook versions

The latest information I’ve received indicates these are very close to being available. I’ll let you know when I find out. By all accounts all sites carrying the stock get updated simultaneously so even some Australian retailers, eg, Koorong, are likely to have the eBook version available before the paper version.

If you happen to stumble across it, either online or elsewhere, please let me know. Thanks.

6 replies
  1. Brian bell
    Brian bell says:

    I am looking forward to reading Angelguard, I am hoping that it comes out for the nook soon. I thought I might mention the books Rooms by James L.Rupart and Sorcerer by James Byron Huggins.
    Enjoy Brian

    • Ian
      Ian says:

      Thanks Brian for dropping by. I’ve read Rooms and loved it. Jim’s one of my favourite authors now. I’m about to launch into “Soul’s Gate”. I haven’t heard of “Sorcerer” so will check it out. Thanks for your tips. I always appreciate good recommendations. I hope you enjoy Angelguard. Do pop back when you have finished it to let me know what you thought.


  2. Joanne
    Joanne says:

    My copy landed the same day I returned from Africa. Thank you Ian. Anxious to dig into it. A lot of what I have been experiencing since my return home may have me relating to this story more than I am comfortable to admit?

    • Ian Acheson
      Ian Acheson says:

      Hi Mrs Andy. Thank you so much for reading Angelguard and taking the time to post this comment. I’m so glad you enjoyed it. At this time, the sequel, Wrestling with Shadows doesn’t have a release date. Fingers crossed it will be within the next 12 months or so.


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