The Ballad of Tommy Tomato

Rated 4.00/5 based on 1 reviews
While on his way to the local market to sell his vegetables, a farmer hears singing coming from the back of his truck. He discovers a tomato named Tommy with human features who can both sing and talk. This special tomato bonds with his new family and ends up playing a major role in their lives. It's farcical in nature and hopefully fun to read. More
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Words: 5,390
Language: English
ISBN: 9781310214882
About Dan Mazur

Dan Mazur is a life-long resident of Niagara Falls who holds a BA in History from Brock University and a Post-Graduate Certificate from Niagara College in Public Relations. He is currently He has authored a children’s book about a shelter dog that sold 100 copies and raised $1200 for the organization. Currently Daniel has self-published over 150 EBooks. He is hoping to become a children's book author as well as pursuing other writing projects. Writing has been a life-long passion for Dan as he hopes to one day turn his passion into a successful career...

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Review by: PJ O'Brien on Oct. 10, 2015 :
A whimsical, goofy little short story that has the feel of a fairy tale, or a story told among family or friends when doing chores together. I'd give it 4 stars for the initial idea and down-home folksy feel, along with an "all's well that end's well" conclusion.

The ebook formatting drove me a little nuts and I spent a bit of time making it more readable for myself. There are minor grammatical issues that made me suppress an urge to go on comma patrol. The frustration led me to dock a star in the ratings, though I'm probably quibbling.

The story was free and makes no pretensions, so the formatting and other extraneous aspects didn't stop me from liking it overall. If someone read it aloud to me, or if it was a story told at bedtime, or around the campfire to while away the time, I would say it was just fine the way it is. The cover photo is a hoot and worth five stars on its own. Anyone who could look at it and not feel the urge to smile or make mental room for a story should dust off their imagination and give it a little sunshine.
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