Bruce Calhoun's fairy tale book for adults is a rollicking Cinderella story full of magic, romance and titillating humor.
What people are saying:
"Never a dull moment"
"Pegged my fun button"
"Savoring every word"
"I didn't want it to end"
Find out more about *Ardennia **here*
Do you want to read a magical story that rivals Alice in Wonderland
Do you want to purchase that perfect gift for a loved one?
Are you a theatre buff?
Are you interested in tropical forests, climate change and real life adventure stories?
If you answered 'yes' to any of the questions, you have come to the right place. Stroll around; visit Mr. Calhoun's blog, watch his videos and check out Save the Rainforest by clicking on the jaguar.
Mr. Calhoun's autobiography, published in 1999 by Lost Coast Press, is a
fast-paced narrative of his formative years and the founding of Save the
Rainforest. Available in paperback on Amazon.
"I recommend this book as both a fine example of natural history writing and a very entertaining reminiscence." Jim Harris, author and free-lance naturalist.
Published by Hoopla Press in 2010, this work of fiction is a prelude to John Miltion's *Paradise Lost*. Anyone who is curious about how Lucifer thought he could overthrow God will be enthralled with this book. Available in paperback on Amazon.
A play about a woman who tries on an enchanted necklace that makes her
irresistible to every man she meets. Premiered in Madison, Wisconsin in
2019. Adapted for the screen and coming out in novel form in 2022.
"Great premise. I could see this becoming a movie." John Gore, CEO Broadway Across America
“Inspired story line”, Luigi C. Caiola, Caiola Productions
Featured on News 3 *here*
Notes of an anonymous *Council for Wisconsin Writers* contest judge:
"*The Sinister Minister, *by Bruce Calhoun, wins first place in the play category because it is an amazing, almost magical tour de force of playwriting."
In his capacity as* President of Save the Rainforest* Bruce Calhoun oversaw
an innovative eco-education program that sent over 10,000 students on life-changing trips to the tropics. His current focus is working with
indigenous communities in the Amazon Basin to preserve their culture and
safeguard the rainforest under their jurisdiction. At present he and his
lovely wife live in Southwestern Wisconsin.
See him in action *here*