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Announcing Tree Fort Books

Big news. I have started a publishing division of Trendl Communications. Tree Fort Books (www.treefortbooks.com). I invite you to invest a buck, take a look and let me know what you think. Reviews, comments, shares and retweets are encouraged.

About Tree Fort Books
Reading books with the joy of a child is what we are all about.  Do you remember those days as a young boy or girl reading, hidden away in a secret place — a tree fort, your bedroom, or a special corner of the house? Do you long for those blissful hours of reading the adventures of Sherlock Holmes or Robinson Crusoe or Mark Twain? Or was it Black Beauty, Anne of Green Gables or the Little House on the Prairie series? Good days!

Author Anthony Trendl fondly remembers those innocent days, and has written a series of tales full of wonder and amazement. Enjoy these extraordinary stories with your family in your tree fort.

My first Kindle offering is Mr. Smith and His Delicious Ice Cream: A Bluster County Tale. Read aloud this silly children's tale about a boy's tongue-twisting name and his strange ice cream recipe.

Bluster County, USA. That's anywhere the biggest fish never get away, yet somehow aren't as expected. The mountains are built from elephants, champion coin droppers are around every corner, and the spring wind blows harder than a tornado but never leaves a mark. It is where I live, and it might be where you live too.

These are the days in Bluster County which cause me to smile, and I would live nowhere else. The sun rises an inch higher here than anywhere else in the world, making every day brighter.

Imagine a world in which everything goes completely right, and completely wrong all at once. This is the story of an extraordinary everyman's life, but filled with color, excitement, and plenty of bluster.

In Bluster County, you will hear old men tell old American Tall-Tales -- except these are completely true, more or less. Filled with half-truths, bald-faced lies, and the occasional fact, expect not to learn much of anything that's important.

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