Robert Joseph Ahola

Biography

Robert Joseph Ahola is an author, playwright, producer and director who lives in Malibu, California. An environmentalist and animal rights activist, Mr. Ahola is an author/co-author of fourteen published books including The Silent Healer, The Return of the Hummingbird Wizard, I, Dragon, and Delusion is Good.

He has scripted six screenplays for film and television that have either been produced or are currently in production. Among them: WORLD CLASS/The Jerry Quarry Story, Whitman (A feature on Walt Whitman, set for release in early 2011.) and A Tear in the Desert (A film on the War in Fallujah, scheduled for principal photography in Jan. 2011).

He has authored twelve published and/or produced plays, including The Year of the Tiger, HIGH TEA/With His Excellency, Dr. Max Love, Judas Agonistes, SCOREKEEPER, A Meerkat Christmas, The Last Othello, The Ghost and Josh Gibson, Pavlov’s Cats, The Trial of the One-Eyed Man, The Decline and Fall of Us All, and NARCISSUS: The Last Days of Lord Byron. A winner of three Clios, Mr. Ahola is a Board Member of the Malibu Stage Company, a member of SAG/AFTRA, The Alliance of Los Angeles Playwrights (ALAP) and The Dramatists Guild.

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Books

The Return of the Hummingbird Wizard - An Angelic Encounter for Modern Times
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Price: $5.99 USD. Words: 100,230. Language: English. Published: January 6, 2012 by Fideli Publishing. Category: Fiction » Themes & motifs » Spiritual & metaphysical
From the Cultured Madness of Hollywood to the Crisis of 9/11 comes an Angelic Encounter for the New Millennium. Finally there's a book that dares to ask the question: Is it possible that the animals we encounter in our lives are often angels in disguise? And answers it with a resounding, “Yes!"
I, Dragon
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Price: $5.99 USD. Words: 200,780. Language: English. Published: December 30, 2011 by Fideli Publishing. Category: Fiction » Fantasy » Epic
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Once in every 20 years, a work of fantasy is so powerful that it creates its own mythology. I, Dragon is such a book. The Unicorn are all laid low. The Gryphon is done in. Chimera and the Mantilough are whispers on the wind. Of all the Mystics bold and proud, only the Dragon still flies, riding clouds in far forbidden skies.

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