What’s afoot with the Five Little Piggies? Have you seen this old man? The Grimm Report Podcast with Allison Christie!
Hey, gang! Only a quarter of the way into the campaign and already we’re nearly halfway to the goal! Thank you so much both for your pledges and your continued support in spreading the word to others!
So, with such momentum, I imagine that you’re asking, “Eric, why not consider a stretch goal?” To which my very realistic response would be that I am, as a matter of fact. This weekend I’ve been in contact with the very talented Bridget Fitzgerald. And guess what…she is interested in recording an audiobook version of I, Humpty! Huzzah! Read more here…
WINSTON-SALEM, NC– Having grown exhausted of loafing around together for longer than either could remember, the Five Little Piggies decided that it was best if they made their own plans for the past day. The First Little Piggy went to market, specifically Whole Foods. Someone used the last of his coconut oil for tropical quinoa pilaf. It was intended for oil pulling. Though none of the other Four Piggies divulged who made the dish, none could deny its divine flavor.
Also, the First Little Piggy ran low on kombucha.
Hello, Readers. I, Humpty was given a wonderful review by Danielle E. Shipley over on the Ever On Word blog. You should check it out!
Originally posted on Ever On Word:
All the king’s horses and all the king’s men couldn’t put Humpty Dumpty together again.
But if they threw their resources together, they might be able to fund the famous egg’s upcoming biography. And yoooooou can help!
My friend and fellow reteller of fairytales, Eric Wilder of The Grimm Report, has assembled a collection of his once-upon-a-tabloids into I, Humpty, a book which I had the privilege of giving an early read. Behold, my review:
These aren’t your grandmother’s fairy tales! For that matter, they’re not your children’s, either. I, Humpty assembles the lurid scandals behind the curtain of fairy dust, from the courtroom dramas of Hansel and Gretel to the financial felonies of Robin Hood and Rumpelstiltskin – from the marital ups and downs between Beauty and The Beast to conspiracy theories of Wonderland and Oz – with gossip surrounding celebrities from Sleeping Beauty to Cinderella and…
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SYRACUSE, NY–Ten people have reported a strange encounter with this old man, seen in the picture above. Witnesses described this old man as being, “overly playful for his age.” Allegedly this old man has been approaching people and surprising them with a rendition of what has only be described as, “Knick-knack.” Continue reading
At long last! Funds are being raised for the pruduction I, Humpty on Kickstarter. Go on over and take a look at the incentive options. Remember that if you purchase the book through the fundraiser, your name will appear in special acknowledgement page in the book. Thank you.
Jocelyn Koehler updates on an annual legendary archery contest that has seen a resurgence in popularity. Allison Christie hosts.
A Special Report By Grimm Report Chief Bullseye Correspondent,
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This year’s annual legendary archery contest has seen a resurgence in popularity, perhaps in part due to the attention the sport has been getting in film and television, as well as the recent changes to the contest rules. Since the contest’s organizers dropped several requirements, the pool of potential competitors has grown.
Here are the top contenders according to the International/Interplanar Archery Association rankings: