Wererabbits Need Your Support!

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Hi everyone. This is a post of different sort. If you’ve followed me for a while, you might remember that I’ve posted a couple of reviews about M.Y. Zeman’s Chronicles of a Wererabbit series. These are great books for young teens, which focuses on the adventures of the world’s only Wererabbit. They also contain things like werewolves, hyper-intelligent rats, talking motorbikes and sabre-toothed tigers. Oh, and Snow’s dads are both vampires – how neat is that?

The long and the short is that the series is tonnes of fun, however it’s published entirely out of the author’s pocket. As she wants to make the third book – Snow Island – as cool it can be, she’s taken to Kickstarter to raise funds to cover its publication.

CLICK HERE TO VISIT SNOW ISLAND’S KICKSTARTER PAGE!

The author is looking to raise $1,000 to cover her expenses and offers all kinds of things as rewards, from copies of her books to crocheted mice. If you could spare a little change to help her out, she’d be massively grateful. Plus, you’d have done your bit to help out independent publishing and woodland creatures would love you. I think…

Anyhow, if you need any more convincing, here are some links to my reviews of the first two books. You can bet that I’ll also be reviewing the third, just as soon as I get my hands on a copy!

Snowball: Chronicles of a Wererabbit

Snow Bunny: Chronicles of a Wererabbit

Snowball: Chronicles of a Wererabbit

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Wow, I’ve reviewed some pretty heavy novels lately. I think it’s about time that I took a look at something a little lighter.

Snowball: Chronicles of a Wererabbit was written by M.Y. Zeman and first published in 2015. It’s a middle-grade fantasy story about the life of a young girl who can turn into a bunny at will. The novel is the first part of a planned series, though at the time of writing no further instalments have been released.

Snowball’s life has always been far from ordinary. After she was rescued from a burning laboratory, she found herself taken into the home of John – a vampire scientist. When he studies her DNA, John soon realises that Snow has a lot of similarities to a werewolf and is curious to see if she will ever gain the power to shift into a human.

When Snow first manages to become a human, she is only three years old. All of a sudden, John is forced to learn how to take care of a little girl instead of a rabbit. Although he finds it difficult to adapt at first, he quickly settles into life as a father (with a lot of support from his friend and former partner Edgar).

But Snow struggles to fit in. Although she’s comfortable in her rabbit persona, she finds it harder to associate with humans. She’s seen how dangerous they can be first hand and the girls at school are always quick to bully her about her appearance and strange habits. All Snow wants to be strong and able to protect others but she feels restricted by her small frame and gender. Little does she know that the time to prove herself is close at hand…

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