Burn the Rabbit: Rabbit in Red Volume Two

The second book in the Rabbit in Red series, Burn the Rabbit, reunites Bill, Jaime, Wes, and Rose at JB's Rabbit in Red studios, this time as students in his highly anticipated horror college. But before any lesson is learned, one of their own is attacked. Someone is out to destroy Rabbit in Red. The bodies pile up, and the mysteries become more dangerous. Who will survive? More

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About Joe Chianakas

Joe loves teaching, reading, writing, fitness, and traveling. He's been a full-time educator since 2001. A decade of that was spent teaching high school English, and now he's a college professor of communication.

Of course he loves books, so much that as a child, he'd fake sick so that he could stay up all night to finish whatever he was reading. He loves writing all sorts of stories, from horror to coming-of-age, from poetry to novels. On a perfect day, he spends a couple of hours writing and a couple of hours outdoors biking or hiking.

He wishes he could travel more and still has that dream of seeing the entire world. He's been to Japan twice, once for a college study abroad semester, and he constantly dreams of exploring new worlds.

That's another reason why he writes: the worlds he wants to see come alive in his imagination and on paper.

He also runs a martial arts program at his college and has earned a 4th degree black belt in karate. He's perfected a karate move that destroys writer's block.

RABBIT IN RED is his first published novel.

About the Series: Rabbit in Red
Rabbit in Red is a horror trilogy. The first book, Rabbit in Red, is available now. Book two, Burn the Rabbit will be available later in 2016.

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