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G. Haunt's Fables & Fairytales

Haunt Allenbach, Gregory

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ISBN 10: 1478727667 / ISBN 13: 9781478727668
Published by Outskirts Press, 2014
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Title: G. Haunt's Fables & Fairytales

Publisher: Outskirts Press

Publication Date: 2014

Book Condition:Very Good

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A captivating collection of tales for the young and the young at heart. A girl with the beauty and charm to lure the forlorn, an annoyed shark attempts to teach a mischievous mermaid a lesson and a candle bearer must go toe to toe with a murderous troll. This is just the beginning! G. Haunt's Fable & Fairytales has something for everyone; romance, danger, wisdom, adventure and more! This collection of tales can be read many times and still surprise the reader. Excerpt from: Jebadiah & the Crows - Brakel had once been a brilliant and innovative wizard, his creations were well known throughout the entire kingdom of Setchel, but in his later years his mind began to slip and he was recognized more for his senility than previous abilities. In his last grand attempt to create, he built a man of straw and twigs that he named Jebadiah. Brakel wanted an heir to carry on his dream of inventing and creating items to better the world. Jebadiah was no ordinary scarecrow. Brakel used the latest of innovations to make his creation as close to a living, thinking being as possible. The wizard's forgetfulness kicked in three fourths of the way through and poor Jebadiah was left unfinished... Excerpt from: Bella Luna & the Man in the Moon - Once, long ago, there lived an artist who possessed a very large heart. He was blessed with a beautiful little girl with brilliant hazel eyes and hair of golden curls. The artist was a dedicated father and loved his child with the entirety of his heart. Unfortunately, his beloved daughter became very ill and the doctors of the nearby villages knew what to do. Sadly, his daughter succumbed to the strange illness and she soon passed away. He was broken hearted with the enormity of his grief. He was lost, unable to deal with the cruelties of life. Late one night he left his small cottage and traveled to the nearby mountains, guided only by the light of the Harvest Moon... Excerpt from: For a Heart of Stone - Love is never a guaranteed thing, and s

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Gregory Haunt Allenbach wears many hats; he is an illustrator, painter, writer and muralist. Originally from Southern Colorado, he has lived across the Continental United States. G. Haunt has shown in galleries across the United States. He is currently working on his next project, a collection of illustrations based on the lyrics of some of the most influential singer/songwriters of the past few generations. He currently resides in Salt Lake City, UT and has dedicated his professional efforts to the Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Intermountain Area. For more information please go to: Gregoryhaunt.com

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