A hilarious yet frightening speculative romp into our near future. “The Mouse Who Poked an Elephant” and “Mouse Bear and Elephant Games” (coming in November 2018) discuss how greed must give way to sustainability, the horrifying effects these economic and political changes will have on (wealthy) Baby Boomers, and how developed nations may react when faced with the next depression. “The Mouse Who Poked an Elephant” (Book 1 of 3) and “Mouse, Bear and Elephant Games” (Book 2 of 3) end with America and Canada poised for war over resources, political differences and insults, both real and imagined.
Book 1 is now available on Amazon, Barnes and Noble and Chapters, and direct from the author on this website. Book 2 is due out Nov 2018. Stay tuned!
Donald J. Trimp
President of the United States of America
This is the worst book I have ever read. I mean, it’s absolute garbage. And if this book is published (won’t happen) I will sue the author (who is a real punk and a big loser by the way) for defamation.
Look, I don’t have the spare time to write forewords for unknown Canadian authors. I’m extremely busy running one of the largest empires the world has ever known. Plus, now, I’m the president of the United States of America, so, I’m like kind of double plus busy. And, I’m really, really good at it.
But, because I’m in the book, and the author sent me the manuscript, I felt obliged to read The Mouse Who Poked an Elephant. I mean, if you were famous enough that people wrote about you, would you read the stuff they wrote? Sure you would. And, if they wrote mean things about you, would you fire back? It’s a rhetorical question.
Anyway, this is a terrible book. I mean what genre is it even? Speculative political fiction? Is that even a thing? The future me would never do or say half of the things this author writes about. And I am not a big threat to world peace or the global environment like this book says.
Listen carefully, Mark Piper: if you publish this book, I will sue you so hard you’ll need to rent a room in Rosie O’Donnell’s shed and sell all of your internal organs to pay me.
And YOU, if you are reading this foreword: don’t you dare buy this book. Put it down, and walk away. That’s it. Good decision. Oh, hey—my book is still on the shelves if you are looking for a great book to buy. It’s called The Art of the Steal by Donald J. Trimp. It was a New York Times bestseller. That means millions of people bought my book. Millions of people don’t make stupid choices, so it must be a true literary masterpiece. Not like this stupid Mouse and Elephant thing. Anyway, I gotta go drain swamps and make America Great. Again.
Donald J. Trimp
Bestselling Author of The Art of the Steal
CEO, Trimp, Inc.