Glory Road is available both in print in both the United States and United Kingdom at this time. Print version is available from Author House, Amazon, Alibris, and Barnes & Noble. The book retails anywhere from $12-25 depending upon site you buy from (shipping charges could be extra). You can also buy the electronic version on Amazon Kindle and Barnes & Noble Nook. Depending upon location, the electronic version generally sells for $3.99 in the United States and about 3.49 British Pounds in the United Kingdom. I linked the sites below depending upon what area of the world you're located to buy from. Please be advised the release in June 2015 expunged the original April 2008 release. The cover was changed and galley updated.

The newspaper and radio section has the articles on this site as the characters would read or listen to them in the book. The newspaper articles in the galley differ since they are column to fit galley restrictions. You will need to download an audio program for the radio section of this site. If you want, you can now share the pages via the Facebook and Twitter share links.

In addition, Glory Road is on Facebook and Twitter. Please make sure to like the page on Facebook and follow on Twitter. Please note that we are not on Instragram as well. You can check out the feeds anytime. Also, this is smartphone compatible. You can take Glory Road with you on the go now.

Glory Road and its contents are copyrighted by John Andrew Labban, 2002-2015. The first imaged concept of Glory Road was created January 20, 2002. The first original publication was released on April 25, 2008. The second version of Glory Road was released on June 26, 2015.  All rights reserved. Glory Road is registered with the US Library of Congress and WGA-W Registered #1307033. The characters are all fiction. They are derived of the imagination of the author, John Labban, and have no intentional resemblance to persons with actual names. Any such resemblance is purely unintended. Please note while cities, sports teams, and colleges maybe real, the use of their names in this book was for entertainment purposes only. Any actions of the characters while in relation to the sports teams or the colleges are fictional only. The Quanah Register is a fictitious newspaper imagined by John Labban.  The stories on this website reflected in the newspaper section are completely fictional. The Quanah Radio station is a fictional creation of the author, John Labban. All stories are fictitious. The background images on this website are courtesy of Thinkstock, Inc. I purchased the images from them for legal use on this site.

If you have any questions about this site, or the book in general, please contact the creator of the book and site, John Labban.


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