Talt Tales and Magical Misadventures

Talt Tales and Magical Misadventures

by John C. Dupré


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Mythical Monsters, Magic and Mysteries, a Maniacal Monarch, Spirits, Ghastly Games with Fabulous Names, Pumpkins, and... Exploding Frogs?

From reimagined fairy tales, to traditional fantasy tales of redemption, to ridiculous parody fun, this short story collection features a decade's worth of published fiction set in the kingdom of Ratrilpot. Relive the mayhem of Mother Knows Best, the silly spectacle of Survival Idols, and the triumph of Talt Tales: The Hunt for Closure. Or embark on new adventures featuring Tristan Talt, Grandma Goodwitch, and Lavender Pie that are exclusive to this collection. For Ratrilpot fans new and old, there's something Magical* inside for everyone.**

(* Not actual magic. That costs extra.)

(** Everyone who buys the collection, or borrows it from a library, or acquires it in some other legal way that does not infringe upon the author's rights. It's not like anyone could really give the book away to EVERYONE; do you know how many people there are in the world?)

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781537070315
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 09/14/2016
Pages: 250
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.57(d)

About the Author

John C. Dupré (originally John C. Tremblay) is a fiction writer and award-winning technical writer from New England. He's a graduate of University of Massachusetts at Lowell; and his first flash fiction piece was published in AlienSkin Magazine in 2005. Subsequent work has been published in numerous online magazines, including Allegory, New Realm (previously eFantasy), and Silver Blade. He also wrote the introduction to Day's End from RMR press, the second monograph of the work of Mark L. Eshbaugh. When he's not writing, John divides his time between creative projects, bonding with his family, geeking out about Doctor Who, and (on occasion) sleeping.

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