Controversial Author Tackles God and Offers Free Kindle Book as a Peace Offering
T. R. Hale wants to break bread with the people and has them talking about where you draw the line in fiction when talking about religion.
Los Angeles, California - October 1, 2012. T. R. Hale grew up on Disney films and in church and never meant to stir up debate with her rye sense of humor. Starting out her career as a successful comic book and animation artist, she switched her career to writing, mid stream, releasing her first graphic novel series, ’Grand Theft Galaxy,’ with graphic novel publishing giant, TOKYOPOP, in 2007. “My first series was pretty Disney. Kind of Hannah Montana in space with a whacky Douglas Adams flair.”
That Disney image became tarnished when later in that year she commissioned a job to write for the explosively controversial game, Miss Bimbo. A fashion game where players can opt for boob jobs, plastic surgery, and go to night clubs to try and pick up guys to pay their rent. “It was a French game that I was hired to translate and give it an American feel. I used Paris Hilton as my inspiration. It was never made for kids, but one parent finds their kid playing it and the media needs something to grasp on to.”
In 2010, T. R. Hale started working on her first novel, ’God Goes On a Bender.’ The story starts off where God finds out his wife, Mother Nature, has been cheating on him and goes on a drinking binge, losing Earth in a craps game at a Christmas party, to an angel. T. R. Hale is hoping the public will focus on the humor of her book and relate the biblical character’s struggles to some of their own. “Some people will be offended at humanizing God, but I think others will embrace it because finally they can see God and Jesus with their own struggles, and how they overcome them. It’s something they can identify with.”
For a limited time, T. R. Hale is offering her book for free on Amazon to help give those who would not be the book’s target audience, give it a chance.
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