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Outstared by a Bullfrog

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Generally, when God appears, the response is predictable: witnesses drop to their knees, bow their heads and avert their eyes. Well if you’re lying on your back when The Almighty shows up, you can’t drop to your knees. And that's just the start of it.
ebook, 115 pages
Published December 26th 2012 by Fedw
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Bethan
Jan 28, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Alex's stories stay with you long after you finish the last page. His writing reminds me of Ted Hughes in its mixture of magic and innocence. Bullfrog is rude and naughty its a bit like getting to over hear lads chatting in a pub when they don't know girls are listening. The story has a touch of Adhd about it and you sometimes wish for more focus on one thing but are never disappoined by the turns it take. There is magic in Alex's mind and I love to get a glimpse.
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Alex Burrett grew up in South Wales near Wordsworth’s Tintern Abbey. He’s been writing creative material since single figures. (Saying that, don’t most of us write creative material when we’re in single figures?) Work and leisure have taken him around a fair bit of Britain and Western Europe, over to the US a handful of times – with a couple of trips to the Eastern Mediterranean thrown in for good ...more