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Free Werewolf Wizard of Oz Fantasy Poetry Prose Ebook

Free to download in July for 10th anniversary: a book with an eco message showing the nice side of wolves to counter the historic demonising, with a Wizard of Oz fantasy theme mixed with the factual forced migration of British children around the Commonwealth for a century, which had recently been told in the book/film Oranges and Sunshine.

Book summary blurb on Smashwords:

Rebel without a cause, werewolf without claws, Grey travels across all regions of Oz (Australia) in a comedy-fantasy parody of the Wizard of Oz.
It is not witches that hunt the protagonist for a ruby slipper, but monotheists desperate to get their hands on an emerald cork hat. There’s no scarecrow, tin man and cowardly lion searching for brain, heart and courage; instead, we have Elle McPherson, Angry Anderson and Bon Scott inspired characters needing a body, mind and spirit confidence boost.
Will Grey and the intrepid travellers elude their pursuers and reach their destination? This book provides amazing action and surreal comedy in poetry and prose before reaching a cohesive and thrilling ending.

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Celebrity Big Brother Wolf Fairy Tales and David Hockney Art

Hi, it’s Andy Wolfhol, with a TV update. There’s some good and bad news from the Celebrity Big Brother house. Our fellow double initial twins are safe for another week, but there was some wolfophobia the last couple of nights, with housemates doing tasks based on fairytales.

Wolf Demonised in Big Brother Fairy Tales

Yes, you guessed it, this meant fending off a grey big bad wolf that has been used to demonise the brave and resilient wolf (big wild dog) for centuries.

The big bad wolf was used in Red Riding Hood and Three Little Pigs tasks. It is unlikely to lead to anti-wolf hysteria in the UK, as wild wolves were wiped out here over two centuries ago.

David Hockney sees Colour in the Countryside

Also, David Hockney, who reminds me of me, was shown on Countryfile¬†this week creating lots of colourful art out of mainly greenygrey scenery. We like this at the Greenygrey, as we don’t like to overwork! A brilliant sunset last night created lots of great colour to let us clock off a little earlier than usual.

The programme is available until 19.29 this sunday in the UK; don’t know about other availability. If you can’t see the programme, a lot of Hockney’s art is available to view online with a David Hockney paintings¬†google search, and a couple are copied below for your convenience.

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