Rabbit’s Tale Wins 2015 Global Ebook Award

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A Rabbit’s Tale An Easter Story is the Gold Medal Winner of the 2015 Global Ebook Awards in the category of Christian fiction. Here’s the new cover with the official seal. Below is a review written by John Howard Prin. http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00BEIQYPC

5.0 out of 5 stars Hippity-Hop, This Tale is Over the Top
Review by John Howard Prin – Verified Purchase

Open this book and you are in for an egg-citing treat. Settle back as you turn the pages of this superb story and rest easy knowing you’re in for a jubilee of enjoyment.

A Rabbit’s Tale offers a wonderfully funny, and at times laugh-out-loud hilarious, story of ingenious twists and turns. The author has assembled a rich cast of characters, sympathetically drawn in the case of hero Juan Arias and dastardly villainous as personified by Monty McPride, who messes things up in grand fashion. The array of humanity in these pages spans the spectrum of likeable to detestable.

The storyline is a roller-coaster ride of humorous flashes of comedy and touching moments of tender pathos. Its many twists and surprises kept me guessing about how seemingly unrelated events would weave together, but Ruiz proved himself to be a gifted storyteller.

I especially enjoyed the story’s outrageous central premise, a leap of fantasy based on a stupendous “what-if.” Juan’s trials and tribulations are those of an everyman, an ordinary and decent fellow who dresses up as the Easter Bunny for a kids’ party and has a medical emergency which catapults the antics into high gear.

In keeping with the Easter themes of death by crucifixion and miraculous resurrection, the author presents episodes in Juan’s life when his plight parallels that of his hero Jesus — times when everything turns dark and bleak, but then by some unexpected plot twist or quirk of character the divine light of hope shines brightly and saves the day.

Highly creative, wildly imaginative, tremendously enjoyable — this tall tale has the makings of a classic.

A Rabbit’s Tale An Easter Story Hits #1 on Amazon

Thank you to all who have helped A Rabbit’s Tale An Easter Story climb to #1 on Amazon,
during our Free Promotion.

Fireside Popsicles or First Sign of the Apocalypse

An anthology of Bizarro and Horror fiction. – Stories with a twist ending, that will thrill and chill you by the fireside.

If you like sizzling, fantastic, horrific, suspenseful, and wonderfully bizarre story telling, then grab your copy of this anthology. You can do so by going to the Kickstarter campaign and claiming your copy. http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1782991740/fireside-popsicles.

Fireside PopsiclesWhat is a Christian fiction author doing in a bizarro collection? Well, as it happens, EB (Easter Bunny) was hypnotized by M.c. Oneill. (see photo of strange man with supernatural hair, bottom right – next to woman with X-ray vision, Sheila Hall, bottom left. – Would you trust these two people with your pets?) M.c. used a lemon popsicle for the hypnosis. EB then threatened me with death by concealed carrot trauma (known as CCT in rabbit mafia circles) if I did not comply. Sheila Hall tackle hugged every author. She then applied her deadly wedgie lock, (this technique was outlawed in China in Sumo wrestling matches). She succeeded in getting the authors to submit their stories on time.
There are over twenty outstanding authors in this collection. Sheila Hall and M.c. Oneill are the master minds behind this anthology. Please note that the authors and publishers of Fireside Popsicles are not responsible for any therapy sessions that you may require after reading the book.

Sheila HallM.c. OneillI’d like to thank Sheila and M.c. for allowing me to me be a part of this wonderful collection and to be in the company of incredible writers.

Please support this project and all of the folks that made it possible. Not doing so will fulfill the doomsday prophecy.

Let’s keep the world Apocalypse free. Order your copy of Fireside Popsicles today!

Here is a list of the authors.

James Ward Kirk
Pedro Proença
Jeremy Maddux
Jeremy C. Shipp
Bradley Sands
Dionne Lister
Dave Eccles
Diogenes Ruiz
Sheila Hall
M.c. O’Neill
Mercedes Murdock Yardley
Alex S. Johnson
Persiphone Hellecat
Douglas Hackle
Max Booth III
MJ Sydney
Rick Austin
Becky Flade
Baz Barry NoVa
J.C. Michael
Gabino Iglesias
Troy Blackford
Trevor Paul Halliday
Trevor Neale

Free Will? What if It’s Not Yours?

What if you discovered that your free will was a deception, a lie? Everything that you enjoyed, all that you thought, everything that made you unique and genuinely you, was really someone else? What if your discovery made you the target of a relentless and persistent evil, an evil so deep and encompassing that there was no place where you could hide? It wants you dead.

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It’s the story of a demonic world that systematically high jacks the souls of the unsuspecting. A creepy and disturbing story which begs the question, “Where the hell is God?” This story begins where A Rabbit Tale An Easter Story ends.

Look for Persistent Evil on Amazon 2014.

Great Read! – Welcome to Lent 2013

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“A Rabbits Tale An Easter Story” is officially released today, on Amazon. http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00BEIQYPC Pick up your copy today and read it during Lent. Let me know what you think. I would really love to hear from you.

While the book is entertaining, it dives into issues that we all face about our mortality, our faith, God’s plan, and the choices we make. The struggle between good and evil is at the center of this story, along with the true meaning and significance of Easter. (and it’s not a rabbit with candy eggs, EB will hate me for saying that).

The story takes place in present day. It is suspenseful and moves pretty quickly. I think you will enjoy it. As we begin the season of Lent today, my wish for you is that you are renewed and strengthened by your personal journey these 40 days.

Peace and all good,
Diogenes
(EB’s best pal)

A Rabbit’s Tale an Easter Story – Great Read for Lent

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Well, he finally did it. He published that crazy book, A Rabbit’s Tale an Easter Story. It is now available for Kindle at http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00BEIQYPC . The paper back will be available later this month.

This is a really good book to read during Lent. It’s fun and suspensful and is appropriate for all age levels. There are some laughs. The story begins as we meet Juan Arias as a kid. He has a bit of a rough time with a classmate. Later in life, things start to unravel as Juan has a bizzare accident with some funky side effects. As he is trying to get his life together, he finds himself in the middle of a struggle between good and evil as he tries to help a friend bring an evil, cunning, ego maniac to justice. It’s quite a page turner, as Juan comes to discover what Easter is really all about.

Pick up a copy on Amazon and tell your friends, family and your church. I think it’s a really good story and lends itself well to discussion, as we go through Lent and anticipate the Easter celebration.  I was a little dissapointed that Easter candy is not the main focus of the book, but this bunny gives it an enthusiastic thumbs up!

A Rabbit’s Tale?

Rabbit's Tale Well, today I got up with EB as he was starting a new book. He is quite the reader and has read War and Peace twice. Today he was starting a new book called “A Rabbit’s Tale.” Since EB is a celebrity, he received an early copy. I noticed that he was not pleased.

me: EB, What the matter?
EB: I just started this book and I’m not sure if I like it?
me: Well, you just started it, maybe you need to get into it a little bit more?
EB: Perhaps you’re right, but some of this is creeping me out. Hmmm, I’ll have to get back to you on this tomorrow.