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Just $0.99 for a copy all your own! Colorful, playful, and a fun read!

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Looking for feedback, contact me through my website http://www.somewhatsillystory.com

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Just $0.99 for a copy all your own! Colorful, playful, and a fun read!

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Looking for feedback, contact me through my website http://www.somewhatsillystory.com

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Just $0.99 for a copy all your own! Colorful, playful, and a fun read!

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Looking for feedback, contact me through my website http://www.somewhatsillystory.com

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Just $0.99 for a copy all your own! Colorful, playful, and a fun read!

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The Book Bazaar / Re: Humorous Fantasy Adventure for Kids - just $0.99!
« on: January 25, 2015, 09:57:10 am »
Looking for feedback, contact me through my website http://www.somewhatsillystory.com

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Just $0.99 for a copy all your own! Colorful, playful, and a fun read!

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The Book Bazaar / Re: Humorous Fantasy Adventure for Kids - just $0.99!
« on: December 26, 2014, 02:06:15 pm »
Looking for feedback, contact me through my website http://www.somewhatsillystory.com

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Just $0.99 for a copy all your own! Colorful, playful, and a fun read!

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The Book Bazaar / Re: Humorous Fantasy Adventure for Kids - just $0.99!
« on: December 19, 2014, 12:49:53 pm »
Looking for feedback, contact me through my website http://www.somewhatsillystory.com

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Just $0.99 for a copy all your own! Colorful, playful, and a fun read!

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The Book Bazaar / Re: Humorous Fantasy Adventure for Kids - just $0.99!
« on: December 12, 2014, 12:30:29 pm »
Also now with a book for the more adult-minded among us, Kourageous Karl: Drawn Into Hell!

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Also be sure to check out my newest story (thought not for children) Kourageous Karl: Drawn Into Madness. A churlish recluse awakens to find himself in his own version of hell: trapped in the fantasy land of a children's fairy tale! Yegads! However, he finds there are things worse than hell waiting for him.

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Here's an excerpt from the beginning of Kourageous Karl: Drawn Into Darkness ...

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It wasn't the first time Karl had wanted to tell Cindy Curlicue to [expletive] off and he knew it wouldn't be the last.

Once again the living doll with her too-big eyes and bountiful locks of curled, strawberry hair was in his face and once again it was all Karl could do to restrain himself. His last run-in with the Thought Police was all too recent and fresh in his mind and he didnít want to do anything to draw their unwanted attention. No matter how cute and cuddly they looked, the pricks on the DUCKLING force knew their business.

 No. No matter how much of a b*tch Cindy Curlicue was being to him, Karl was just going to have to keep his tongue from getting him into trouble. He merely nodded and tried to keep the urge to punch her off his face.

 "We sure are super, duper glad you're here to help, Kourageous Karl!"

KOURAGEOUS KARL. He hated the nickname, the way it dripped with wholesome delight off her tiny, red tongue. He could just feel the way she added the "K" to "courageous" in the way her eyes twinkled with mirthful delight as she talked. It was the same whether she was calling him "Kaptain Karl" or "Konquering Karl" or "Kool Karl" or any of her scores of other ridiculous pet names she had for him.
"Oh, Kourageous Karl, you're here to save the day and save all of us once again! Without your help, we'd all be doomed!"

IF ONLY THAT WERE TRUE, he thought. IT'S JUST BETTER TO GET IT OVER WITH. DO THIS ONE THING AND YOU CAN LEAVE. WHATEVER YOU DO, DON'T ... TALK ... BACK.

Karl mumbled non-committally and looked to where Cindy and her flock of bright-eyed goats were staring. Up on a hill no taller than a single-story building sat a baby goat, crying tears the size of grapes and alternating between bleating and wailing like a newborn human baby.

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Karl wants to be left alone, shut inside his dark apartment, free from the pesty nuisance of the outside world. Then he wakes to find himself trapped in his own worst hell - the bright and colorful pages of a child's fairy tale. Dancing pigs, singing flowers, a living doll and more all make his life miserable ... until he finds out there are things worse than hill.

Absurd humor and colorful descriptions makes Kourageous Karl: Drawn Into Darkness a silly, delightful read. Unlike my Somewhat Silly Story series of children's books, this one's for the older kids. Some naughty words (in the first sentence, no less!) and adult situations abound.

Just $0.99 ... Enjoy! http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00PX04B1G

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Looking for feedback, contact me through my website http://www.somewhatsillystory.com

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Looking for feedback, contact me through my website http://www.somewhatsillystory.com

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Looking for feedback, contact me through my website http://www.somewhatsillystory.com

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Looking for feedback, contact me through my website http://www.somewhatsillystory.com

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Looking for feedback, contact me through my website http://www.somewhatsillystory.com

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Looking for feedback, contact me through my website http://www.somewhatsillystory.com

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Looking for feedback, contact me through my website http://www.somewhatsillystory.com

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