FUFFYS, cult hit from the Netherlands, is now worldwide available as an e-book.
(PRWEB) July 21, 2011
FUFFYS is a sleeper cult hit that until now was only available as a hard cover book in English-language bookshops in the Netherlands or directly from the author’s (teaser) website http://www.fuffys.com.
Bryan Paul Rechards is the author and illustrator of FUFFYS. Unlike many other writers who are without a publisher and try their luck with self-publishing, Bryan Paul Rechards did manage to find his book a nationwide audience. Now he takes the next step to officially release FUFFYS as an e-book to find a worldwide audience.
FUFFYS is a collection of 7 contemporary tales and is definitely not the average fairytales book and/or suited for young children. It is a book that on many levels is ‘different’, as much in writing as it is in illustrations. It is a mix of satire, parody and fantastical allegory of the unexpected while at the same time shows savvy observations regarding popular culture. It gives these stories a depth and sharpness than most other contemporary fairytales out there seem to lack.
At first look the illustrations in FUFFYS could be straight from a children’s book. Look again, and there is the same humor and/or macabre that can be found in all the 7 stories. Together the stories and illustrations combine to create a different kind of read.
FUFFYS is Bryan Paul Rechards’ first time public effort as an author. An author, whose self description is as a-typical as the world in his tales. His Authors Page (on Amazon and Xinxii) shows a masked guy on a black and white photo with a biography in the form of a short fairytale. A free (very short) ‘Fuffys’ that is to be a fitting introduction into this imaginative and rather peculiar world.
FUFFYS written by Bryan Paul Rechards is now available as an e-book in the United States on http://www.amazon.com, in the United Kingdom on http://www.amazon.co.uk, in Germany on http://www.amazon.de and for the rest of Europe and the world on http://www.xinxii.com and http://www.amazon.com.