Of Course there is the novel by Victor Hugo
The upcoming The Hunchback of Notre Dame: The Stage Musical which features musical arrangements of 17 songs from the musical.
The is also biography books of the actors who have been in movie version of Hunchback that give a little insights and story about the movies.
Tis Herself is the autobiography of Maureen O’Hara
My Hollywood: When Both of Us Were Young is the autobiography of Pasty Ruth Miller
Then of course ebooks of short stories I have written. To be sure these are in a humor tone.
eBooks are available at Payhip which uses PayPal. (Soon will be available on Amazon Kindle)
Quasimodo & Beach Time Antics
Right in time for the end of the summer comes the not at all heartwarming eBook, Quasimodo & Beach Time Antics.
Join the cast of Victor Hugo’s classic The Hunchback of Notre Dame as they take to a beach.
This eBook is composed of five short stories where Quasimodo buys a swimsuit, Esmeralda enters a beauty contest, Fleur-de-Lys is mad at Phoebus, Frollo is insane and Gringoire finds a new form of artist expression.
These stories are cute and enjoyable.
Esmeralda studied the darling piece of paper as she wiggled about in her seat. She had come to the beach to relax. She was unmoved by the money, though the charming crown and the attention of the crowd was enticing. She caught sight of her little goat in the corner of her eye, “ Would I be able to dance with Djali during the contest?”
The Hunchback & The Tales of Christmas
In the First story, Frollo gets a Christmas Tree to impress the Gypsy-Girl, Esmeralda. The Second story has Quasimodo going to the North Pole with a new friend. And the Third Story has Phoebus arresting Santa Claus!
These charming stories will delight any fan of the novel or any fan of the many other adaptations.
On an unseasonably warm day in December, Frollo, the archdeacon of Notre Dame, was in his cell, high in the towers of the Cathedral. He couldn’t work as she, the beautiful Gypsy, Esmeralda, danced in the square below. She tantalized him with her unearthly beauty and graceful movements.
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