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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Humorous
  • Language:English
  • Pages:131
  • eBook ISBN:9781623099435

Rapturella and Other Apocalyptic Tales

by David P. Murphy

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Overview
From the fellow that brought you "The Doomsday Survival Handbook," comes "Rapturella and Other Apocalyptic Tales," the “kissin' cousin” to "Doomsday." Inside, you'll find stories based on Doomsday scenarios such as: Satan wants a makeover! A female comedy writer faces the Rapture and is unimpressed. An ad man starts replacing his nouns with product names. A boy and his dad go on their first Zombie Walk and things get real! And more! Mr. Murphy is also to blame for "Zombies for Zombies-Advice and Etiquette for the Living Dead," among other things.
Description
"Rapturella and Other Apocalyptic Tales" is a collection of a dozen short stories that dovetail into David P. Murphy's book "The Doomsday Survival Handbook." It is the yin to the Doomsday's yang. Inside, you'll find stories about: Satan wanting a makeover! A female comedy writer facing the Rapture and is unimpressed. An ad man who starts replacing his nouns with product names. A boy and his dad who go on their first Zombie Walk and things get real! And more! Mr. Murphy is also to blame for "Zombies for Zombies-Advice and Etiquette for the Living Dead," among other things. On the Internets, you can find him at www.davidpmurphy.com.
About the author
David P. Murphy is the author of "Zombies for Zombies: Advice and Etiquette for the Living Dead." Additionally, he can be blamed for "Zombies for Zombies: The Play and Werk Buk," "Ace Your Zombie Exam! The Official Ph.Z. Study Guide" and "The Doomsday Survival Handbook—A Bucket List for Every Conceivable Apocalypse." "Rapturella and Other Apocalyptic Tales" is his first book of short stories. Be kind. David is also a songwriter and producer of four CDs, "Shining in a Temporary Sun," Henry Perry's "Effortless," Camille Metoyer Moten's "A Simpler Christmas" and Beth Asbjornson's "Gratitude." His next album, "My Fraudulent Memoirs," will be released in the fall of 2012. Okay, maybe the winter. After twenty-five years in Los Angeles, David now resides in his hometown of Omaha, Nebraska, with his mutant orange cat, Beany. Awesome name for a cat, huh? He recently completed his newest musical, "anotherwhere." Contrary to popular opinion, he isn't much of a dancer.
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