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The story of a half-retired, half-focused nutty professor, who has hallucinations and dreams, but stumbles across something that is too real to be either –
Ben’s trouble is that because of his general brain fog, people don’t quite take him seriously. However, with patience he manages to convince a few good friends to help him solve that mystery, and the much younger, sharper people begin to realize that they are up against what might be a horrific crime.
Brilliantly conceptualized, Mostyn puts the story together puzzle piece by puzzle piece. The most intriguing is the puzzle of Ben himself – what exactly happened to his Wisp?
No sooner was this book released, and reviews are beginning to come in. Here is a lovely one on Amazon:
Reviewed in the United States on November 4, 2021
More often than not children relate themselves with the characters of a
good story. In such circumstances, reading fiction can help them to get
inspiration from the characters. These stories often portray real life
implications through anecdotes, and as such makes it easier for them to
understand the complex aspects of life. Moreover, reading these stories
at regular intervals can actually help them to develop a positive
outlook towards life, which eventually proves beneficial for good
The Rainbow Witch by Andrea Kaczmarek is a humorous fairytale suitable for... [read more at THIS link]
After a far too long wait, but right in time for Halloween, Andrea Kaczmarek's "Do You Know The Rainbow Witch" is finally live.
Get it here on P'kaboo, or follow the links on the site to Amazon. (Please remember to click "like" on the way.)
Our client Shaun Harbour‘s book The Robin and the Wish has been translated into Braille, and published by the Scottish Braille Press in Edinburgh. Here’s a cutting from Shaun’s local newspaper celebrating this. Well done, Shaun, on reaching a new and wonderful readership.
The Robin and the Wish was launched on 16 August in the P’kaboo Book Club on Facebook in its ebook version. The Braille version, produced by Scottish Braille, was available from that night forward.
We are happy to announce the long-overdue launch of