As we begin creating illustrations for the very funny book, Case of the Plucked Chicken, I invite you to tell us what you think is going on in this picture. What do you think is going on here? Is it a race? Is the lady scared of a chicken? Whats up with that chicken? Is the chicken wearing shoes? Case of the Plucked Chicken, You’ll never look at a chicken the same!
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Case of the Plucked Chicken: Help us with a funny picture.
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Its been a long time since I’ve made a post, but you have to know I’ve been productive. 1st of all I finished writing my favorite, and the most inventive, story yet, Gone With the Wind!
This one blows the others off the page. Its a very cool story. It’ll make you laugh and it’ll make you laugh. At no times will you be bored. Upon conception I wanted a story which was a thrill ride. So its got that. I wanted it to make you think. Its got that too. I wanted it to tickle you. Its got some of that. and I wanted its final message to hit home to children and adults. Man does it have that!
I love this story. I will be available soon!
All for now!
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Its Worth Reading, Very Funny & Very Free, for a Limited Time!
For a limited time, Case of the Plucked Chicken is available free on Smashwords. Its available in all formats so you don’t need a Kindle or Nook to read it. You can read it from your computer. The only thing I ask is that you leave a review. It doesn’t have to be long. Just a few words will do. Please check it out. It won’t be free for much longer.
Follow this link: http://www.smashwords.com. Search for “Plucked Chicken”. Download . Start reading an try to stop laughing. Please, please please, leave a review.
The Flatulent Pumpkin, where we trick children into learning, one story at a time!
Welcome to the world of the Flatulent Pumpkin. Its a fun world and magic. Of course there’s flatulence, but most of the time, almost all of the time, the huge orange vegetable did it, then did it again.
These stories are funny, unpredictable and more complex than your average child’s story. They are entertaining and captures the attention so well that children are tricked into learning lessons on character. Each story has its own theme. I’ll let you figure the theme to the first one. In the second story its easy to notice that the courage and responsibility of one individual saves the entire town. The third story has one of my favorite characters of all times. Since I’m trying to keep this the “no spoil zone”, I’ll leave you to find these lessons without me spoiling it for you.
These stories are not about human flatulence. They are more creative than that.
So let’s recap:
1. Flatulent Pumpkin stories are about magic!
2. Flatulent Pumpkin stories are entertaining!
3. Flatulent Pumpkin stories provides teaching moments!
4. Flatulent Pumpkin stories will make you laugh!
5. Flatulent Pumpkin stories are unpredictable!
6. There are three available and four more are planned.
These Creating stories about that would be no fun at all. Pumpkin stories are more creative than that.
One more thing! Here are one word titles of each story in order:
7. ITS A SECRET FOR NOW!
All for now!
I’ll Fart for You
Message I received last Thursday:
Dear Mr. Rodney, Daddy told me you were writing a book about flatulence. I just wanted to let you know, if you needed someone to do sound effects, I’m a girl who can fart on demand. Daddy made me prove it twice before I could send this message. Call me 🙂
Teaser from the Case of the Plucked Chicken
The Sheriff walked down the street thinking that he had to solve this case no matter what, and he had to do it fast. These runaway chickens were making it especially hard on the women. Some of them were being treated for a new condition the Doctor called ‘chickalunacy.’ This condition made them faint whenever they saw a chicken, someone asked them to cook chicken or make a chicken sandwich. There was a much more serious condition which made women run as fast as they could whenever they saw a chicken or heard someone say the word “chicken.” This might not seem so bad, but women were running into things and hurting themselves. The Doctor had named this condition ‘roosterrunaphobia’. There were so many cases of roosterrunaphobia, the hospital was completely full.
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