Tulsa, OK, December 14, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- This delightful novella, follows the intrepid voyages of The Grand Ship, The Rum Plum Plenty.
A ship of magic, intriguing contraptions, and mismatched privateers. A ship where a cowboy, an Indian, and a faerie sail the world in search of action, excitement and treasures! All the while timeless questions are answered in an amusing, creative and exceptionally fun tall-tales sort of way.
Leave your cares and as the author says, “Sure as shootin!” you'll see wonderfully entertaining stories unfold in places betwixt and places in times between time. 1st Mate Jim tells everyone “If you put your mind to it, sure as the North Star, you can do it!”
From the author of Gerald Hedberg the Christmas Buffalo and How to Trick or Treat in the Enchanted Forest and Not Get Eaten...
Really, Dahn Lee considers himself more of a story-teller than a writer and just someone who has always loved telling fun, interesting very unique tales. However, often these little imaginary happenings would very often result in him being sat in the corner, occasionally grounded and on more than one occurrence getting a paddling.
Dahn loves to talk to people, he speaks a smattering of Gaelic, Cherokee, German and Russian. While also being quite fluent in Swedish Chef speak.
One of his most favorite things to do is to spend rainy days in a hammock listening to the thunder on the front porch. Most of this writer's free time is spent underneath the shade of a big old hollow tree writing and creating stories or simply just reading Calvin and Hobbes books. Dahn enjoys magic tricks and can make a slice of chocolate cake disappear in the twinkling of an eye.
You can see what Dahn is up to at his website. There are posts of upcoming events, book signings, and he welcomes comments on any projects. He answers all emails and letters personally although sometimes it does take him a while to get back to everyone.
Now available for review request (both hard copy and electronic). Purchase from www.blackrosewritingbooks.com and many other online bookstores. The book is also available for direct order via the Ingram Book Catalogue, Books in Print, Baker & Taylor. ISBN # 978-1-61296-074-6.
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