Our little friend is worried. Mistaken for Bugs Bunny by Elmer Fudd’s hired hit man, (s)he was on the run for a while. There was no chance to pause for rational thought about whether to get the prerelease discount on The Rabbit Hole by ordering the e-book before 2018-11-01. Yes, being big on rationality is weird for a rabbit. Some weirdness rubbed off when (s)he posed for the cover of the book, but there is still plenty inside.
The upside of ordering early is that (s)he could save $1; the downside is that (s)he would be trusting promotions like my previous post. Should (s)he wait for a chance to use something like [Look Inside] on Amazon? After release, the e-price would still be low at $2.99, and the ink-on-paper version would be an option at $12.50. Decisions, decisions.
Maybe our little friend will feel better after reading blurbs for some of the 35 stories, ordered as in the book:
A father and daughter’s boating trip is ambushed by a mysterious, underwater tormentor.
- I Should’ve Known Better
There’s just one thing wrong with his beautiful luxury apartment: it’s a transdimensional portal. Will the Flying Demon Things get him before he gets one of the centaur Babes?
- The Scroll and the Silver Kazoo
You never know who (or what) will show up at an open mic event.
- Quicksilver Falls
A mysterious phenomenon puts the future of the world in the hands of a simple Tennessee farmer and sparks the world’s strangest writing competition.
- Satori from a Consulting Gig
Management consultant Frank Dow has a new client: God.
- The Adventures of Conqueror Cat
Herr Trinket (a sharp-eyed and even sharper-tongued shelter cat) traverses an interdimensional rabbit hole into poochlandia to explore the enduring timey-wimey dog-cat dichotomy.
- Eggs On End
Claudia had a secret: she was ordinary – agonizingly, mind numbingly ordinary. But all that was about to change. And it would all begin with eggs.
- Life Changing
Lawrence decides to exercise his brain to avoid his Alzheimer-stricken mother’s fate, but when his life twists beyond recognition, he can’t escape the possibility that lost minds must be somewhere.
- Carolina Brimstone
The passion of the zealot is proportional to the power of the demon inside. Constance Hennfield’s fervor knows no bounds.