Free Ebook: ‘The Dancing Fish’

Front cover of book: A fish dances on the surface of the ocean. It wears a top hat and carries a cane. A lighthouse flashes its beam in the background.

Do you like playful poetry and drawings? You do? Well, my friend, you’ve come to the right place!

Today through Wednesday, the ebook version my book, The Dancing Fish, will be …. (wait for it) … FREE!

That’s Aug. 16 through 18, 2021 if you’re seeing this post in the future. (Has Dippin’ Dots stopped using the slogan “Ice cream of the future” and is using “Ice cream of the here and now” yet?)

You can grab your free copy here on Amazon.

Not ready to take the plunge and get the book?

Here’s a little background about the book: I was inspired by Shel Silverstein’s books to write silly poems in the hopes of causing my two daughters to giggle. They’re now in their late teens, and I’ve put together a book of many of those poems, along with drawings.

And here’s a bit from the book’s blurb:

Buds on a tree grow into popcorn… a cheese danish escapes… Pomegranate Janet visits a city… a pirate captain changes his life… a ghost tries to scare Maya.

These happenings happen in this collection of poems and drawings. If you count the haiku as a group, there are 100 poems in the book. But if you count the haiku individually, there are 106 poems. Most are accompanied by a black-and-white drawing, some in lovely tones of gray.

You could say these poems are for children, but they’re also for adults with youthful sides that come out for recess.

Still not ready to take the plunge and get the book?

Not only are you a snappy dresser, you’re also a discerning shopper when it comes to free merchandise!

Check out samples of some of the poems in the book:

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