Thimblerig’s Ark

| May 26, 2015

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Thimblerig's Ark

You already know about Noah. Just wait until you read the animal’s story.

Thimblerig is a little groundhog with big problems.

He’s a loner con-artist who’s losing his mojo; the wild dogs who run the forest harass him at every turn; he’s having vivid nightmares of apocalyptic floods; and worst of all, he believes he sees unicorns when everyone knows unicorns are only the stuff of legend.

But what one animal might call a problem, Thimblerig calls an opportunity.

In a moment of inspiration, he comes up with the ultimate con: persuade as many suckers as he can that a world-ending flood is coming; the fabled unicorns have told him where the only safe place will be; and only he can lead them to safety.

All for a reasonable price, of course.

When the flood really does come, Thimblerig has a choice: either save the ones who trusted him, or lose everything.

And that’s when he discovers that his problems have only just begun.

Thimblerig’s Ark was conceived while Nate sat in Tommy Condon’s Irish Pub in Charleston, South Carolina, listening to the band play a song about why the unicorn missed out on Noah’s Ark. Thimblerig’s Ark looks at how the animals all made it there in the first place, focusing on a con-artist groundhog named Thimblerig.

Visit Nate’s blog at thimblesrigsark.wordpress.com where you can sign up for e-mail updates and be the first to hear about new releases. Nate is also the author of the viral blog post, “What’s Wrong with Christian Filmmaking”, and dedicates a lot of his blog time strategizing how Christian-made art can enjoy a renaissance.

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Here what others are saying about Thimblerig’s Ark:

“…very “Narnia-esk” in its symbolism and imagery… ~Scott Norris on Amazon

“…fresh and entertaining…” ~Carol Koeppe on Amazon

“…excellent family reading-time book…” ~Nomad on Amazon

“…I held my ebook reader with white knuckles, eagerly anticipating the exciting conclusion.” ~4LAN on Amazon

“…If you liked Narnia, you’ll like Thimblerig’s Ark!” ~anonymous on B&N

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