Monday, October 26, 2015

Max With No Rhyme, Such A Crime!

Geez, Pat and his non rhyming books. They deserve no looks. Did the cat say that? Whoops, sorry Pat. So today is another novel that has come due. It is actually book number two. Max Blizzard has come back in Max Blizzard and The Cup of Kings at his Camelot shack.


Max Blizzard and his friends, Trudesile and Lester, had saved all the realms from Sir Dreadvent and his sevesties. Max had been enjoying time with his father, Merlin, when things started to unravel. One by one the rulers of each realm began to go missing. From Zeus to Odin to King Arthur, they all vanished without a trace.

Now Max and his friends, along with some new and old allies, must come together to save the realms again. They will journey from Camelot to Shangri-La to the mysterious Atlantis, encounter giants, genies and Freleoms. Their imagination power will grow and they may even see what lies beyond death. All in a race to get to The Cup of Kings and save the rulers of every realm before it is to late.

It even has a giant bunny.
Don't you think that is funny?
Bazooka is the name.
Pat is so lame.

It even has a mutt.
That thing sniffs a butt.
I guess it does anyway.
I really can't say.


Death comes into play.
The actual boney guy with lots to say.
And much, much more.
I had to rhyme at my shore.

So there is another novel to add to the batch. How many more will we hatch? Beats the heck out of me. But I'm sure there will be more at our sea. Now back to the regular rhyming sass from my little rhyming ass.

Later all, have a nice fall.

85 comments:

  1. Congrats on yet another novel. Most impressive Pat!

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  2. Congratulations on another novel!! I still don't know how you do it, especially with only one hand. :)

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    1. One hand can get it done
      Easy now under my sun

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    2. he must have cloned himself! Tell her, Pat, like you told me. :))

      Congrats!

      (Yes, I was snoring...)

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    3. Bah, I let the cat walk across the keyboard and write
      Then all kinds of words take flight
      Missed out
      Snoring about

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    4. Oh the shame
      Snoring took fame

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  3. No rhymes? Congrats on your success!

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  4. Congratulations, Pat!!! Just keep 'em coming...

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  5. Max With No Rhyme, Such A Crime!
    Yet another offering, see you shine
    With Merlin and sorcery
    Perhaps such a story
    Without rhyming it's still divine!

    Hank

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    1. Still comes on through
      With no rhyme coming due

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  6. Look at you go
    with another novel show!

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    1. Have to keep up at my sea
      Got three more almost ready to go for next years spree lol

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  7. Max is back without a rhyme
    But great excitement every time
    Congrats to Pat you do impress
    On saving damsels in distress
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    Yay Max Blizzard is back
    I do have a certain fondness for that name. LOL

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    1. The name just popped in
      And I went with it at my bin
      As it sounded good
      Glad it works in my hood

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  8. Congrats, good sir! Max Blizzard has an awesome name, an awesome cover (just like the first), and it can kick ass without a single rhyme. That's damn impressive. Looking forward to it.

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    1. Nice to impress times two
      Name and cover coming due

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  9. I know you have done it before
    but I bet it must be hard
    To write a book without rhyme
    Maybe as bad as eating lard.

    Congrats though on the new book
    that came out of your nook.

    betty

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    1. Nah, I can turn it off and on with ease
      Like a light switch it's a breeze

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    2. lol nasty as can be
      No lard for me

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  10. Congrats Pat! Max and a giant bunny is novel indeed!

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    1. haha the giant bunny was fun
      To add to this run

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  11. Congrats Pat. No one will ever say you procrastinate. Amazing cover also.

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    1. I do here and there
      Just people aren't aware

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  12. Camelot and Shangri-La. Sounds exciting. I'd like to meet Max and his friends.
    Congratulations on the latest. A fascinating cover too.

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    1. They'd be fun to meet
      Imagination power they could greet

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  13. Max Blizzard looks very cool
    With any genre, you rule
    Cover is good and intriguing too
    Congrats on another, and on a different slant for you!
    I'm more and more impressed
    Every next book seems your best!

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    1. Hopefully that keeps going
      With the best showing
      Don't want to peak
      And things get bleak

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  14. Good grief, Pat!
    You're amazing where you're at!

    I got a kick out of "Max Blizzard and The Gem of Camelot"
    so now I'm going to have to get "The King of Cups."

    I swear I can't read as fast as you write!
    Congratulations!

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    1. I just stay far far ahead
      And keep on putting books to bed

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  15. Impressive title and picture
    It seems like the character
    twisted his nature to magical set...
    congratulation to new book, Pat!

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    1. Magic does come due
      With imagination through and through

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  16. Good on you!
    Congratulations!
    Bazooka the giant bunny - gotta love it!

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    1. haha he was fun to fit in
      Worked well with his spin

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  17. a book from pat that is rhyme free?!?!
    tell me it can't be!!
    I've said it before and I'll say it again:
    You are endlessly creative, Friend!

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    1. They keep on popping in
      So I give them a spin

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  18. Congrats on your newest release. Your brain must be filled to the brim with ideas. You keep coming up with them. Sounds like you've woven lots of myth and legends into this series.

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    1. Yeah, the brain has ideas by the ton
      Many legends and myths were given a run

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  19. orlin N cassie...conga rats once again two yur dad....thiz iz awesum !!!...we hope thiz book sellz 80 bazillion copeez two !! ♥♥ best fishes to dad pat hatt~~~~~~

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  20. Congrats on another book
    I have already taken a look

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    1. And what did you see
      In the place to be?
      Is it our ticket to Bora Beach
      Or is it still out of reach?

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    2. A look is grand
      In any old land

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    3. haha - will be reading it soon in my land
      I am sure it will be grand...

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    4. Hopefully so
      When you give it a go

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  21. Congrats on the book! The cover is great and the story sounds fascinating. I love a good rhyme, but sometimes it isn't the right time. Sounds like this book is awesome the way it is. :)
    ~Jess

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    1. Yeah, no need to rhyme 75K words at my sea
      That would be quite the spree

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  22. How exciting or the sequel to be out
    No longer will you see me pout
    Can't wait to order my copy
    Then wait patiently for Number Three

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    1. Number three I'll start soon
      After the next novel is done at my sand dune

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  23. Yet we wait another year for Winds of Winter. Can you be Martin's motivational coach?

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    1. He'll be dead before that is through
      I'd whip him into shape at his zoo

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  24. My goodness, you are really rolling out those books.
    Congratulations.

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  25. Congrats on another novel! It does sound exciting with Camelot and Arthur and all that!

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  26. Look at you go! Another book and love the cover and plot-I bow to your talents

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  27. Bazooka the bunny
    Now that's really funny
    Is he little, medium, big?
    Does he dance a bunny jig?

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    1. He is quite big
      Has yet to dance a jig

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  28. Congratulations on your new book! Sounds interesting!

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    1. Glad it is so
      As a new one is given a go

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  29. Congrats! All the best with your new book! :-)

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  30. What sells better, your novels or your picture books? Just curious. :)
    Congrats on the new book!

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    1. Depends on the month in the end
      Winter, i.e. christmas, picture books have a better trend
      But novels do sell
      Overall I'd say picture books as there are way more where we dwell

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    2. Ah Christmas. Boosting sales is a good thing. :)

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