Monday, August 5, 2013

New Book Release: Julius Caesar Brown and the Green Gas Mystery

Please welcome imaginative children's author Ace Hansen to the Girls Succeed blog! You have got to read on to discover this fun and entertaining new book. It's a fun day. Not only do I get to giggle with Ace on this blog, but also I am a guest on Ace's blog. So hop on over and say hi and discover probably more than you'll ever want to know about me.

 The world is farting green! Who will stop the green gas crisis!


Whilst I was cruising the Milky Way Galaxy in search of better tasting food, I crash landed into Meteor Crater, near Flagstaff, Arizona. Never having been on Earth, I hopped over to the closest city and began searching for nourishment. Everywhere I went people pointed and laughed, especially after I'd let out a few flaturific emissions. I couldn't understand why my green gas was so funny, until I realized Earthlings emissions were invisible! So I began to wonder, what if Earthlings started blowing greenies? 

The next thing I know, I'm being chased all over town by scary men in dark blue suits 'cause apparently you Earthlings think you have to pass around some kind of dark green and white paper in order to get the food you need. Crazy! So after spending a short stint behind bars, I figured I could get cash by making up funny stories for the miniature Earthlings, especially the ones who giggled and snorted every time they saw one of my green poofs. 


 Chapter One 
The real Julius Caesar conquered the world.
All I wanted was to conquer a simple spelling test.
“Having trouble?”
I set down my pencil and glared at Ben Purdee, the brainiest kid in fifth grade. “No problem.”
Yes, I had a problem. And it wasn’t just how to spell brocolee. Or was it brockoly?
Mrs. Tucker closed her book. “Time’s up. Pass them forward.”
I handed my test to Ivy Chen, who sat in front of me, and pushed my chair away from the desk. The legs scraped the floor. A loud, embarrassing noise echoed through the classroom. Heads turned. Ivy stared, her brown eyes wide as pie.
Ben nudged me and smirked. “Did you just—?”
“No. It was my chair. See?” I scooted back and forth trying to remake the suspicious sound, but I failed. Ben moved his desk away from mine. Ivy’s nose twitched. My cheeks grew hot. “It really was the chair,” I mumbled.

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Now go buy my book, so I can go buy some gummy worms. Or maybe you want to send me a big bag?

If you'd like to purchase JULIUS CAESAR BROWN AND THE GREEN GAS MYSTERY it's available as an ebook now and is coming in print Fall 2013:

About Ace:
Ace Hansen doesn’t pass green gas. The author grew up in a household of boys and knows all about deadly stinkers, tree houses, and scary neighbors.
   Ace enjoys all kinds of creepy things and has been known to devour entire bags of worms* while writing outrageous fiction.
*Gummy, of course. What were you thinking?

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    1. Hi Jo, thanks so much for stopping by and leaving a comment.