My little bunny book is live & in KU!

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If you follow me on instagram, you’ll know all about this little book. You’ll have watched from the very first day when Pippin (a wild little orphan rabbit) looked through the window, saw Mo, and fell madly in love. Within a few days, she was tame enough for us to pet her and for the next three months, we were lucky enough to keep her safe while she grew to be a beautiful bunny, took her to the vets twice for ear complications, and opened our home to her incredible personality!

Because I was madly in love with Pippin and Mo’s tale (and because people who followed them on instagram fell in love too) I decided to complie a bunch of pretty photos, edit them to look like paintings, and write a little story about their journey together.

The book started off aimed at young children, but it soon morphed into more of an ‘older children, all ages sort of uplifting inspirational book’ that I’m rather proud of. Anyone can read it and I chose to put it straight into Kindle Unlimited for the first 90 days of release purely so those who want to check it out can at no cost! It will be going wide later in the year.

Mo has always been a wise little guru in my life and that is what he is in this book. With trials and tribulations (that are all true) Mo overcomes his struggles to become zen and contented. He uses those life lessons to help Pippin make all her dreams manifest!

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I also wrote it under a ‘sort of’ pen name, just so anyone who doesn’t know me (and finds me via this book) is aware that Pepper Winters books are VERY different to Pepper Summers! Let’s be honest, a cute bunny book doesn’t exactly compare with what my anti-heroes get up to!

“What is the one thing I should know about life?” asked Pippin.
“You should always say Thank You,” said Mo. “Those two words have the power to change your world.”


Two unlikely rabbits meet and form a wonderful friendship. Together, they overcome worries, struggles, and learn how to be happy as they uncover the secrets to an incredible life.

Full of genuine images of Mo and Pippin, this book is a true tale. Every word of their journey and connection is real.

A book for all ages who want to feel a hug from the pages, glimpse into a different world, and read a tale about living in the moment, accepting what is, and loving one another regardless of our different fur.

Mo and Pippin blend rabbit philosophy with kindness, hope, and how to make all your dreams come true.

Written by New York Times Bestseller, Pepper Winters, under a penname – Pepper Summers – this is a true story of her own rabbit befriending a wild orphan. All illustrations are genuine images of Mo and Pippin and suitable for all ages. Please note her other books published under Pepper Winters are R18 and not suitable for younger readers.

BUY LINKS:

Amazon ebook

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Paperback

Hardback

I truly hope you love this book and would love to know what you think! It was an absolute blast to include all genuine images of Pippin and Mo and the Paperback and Hardback are STUNNING! The ebook itself doesn’t relate as well as the physical editions, purely because there are so many images. But the story is complete and hopefully gives you some brightness and joy!

Included in the book is a QR code that leads you to a webpage complete with videos of Pippin and Mo playing together. The simple innocent love never fails to make my heart go boom.

Thanks so much for letting me deliver a very different book and for loving these two as much as me!

Happy reading!


One thought on “My little bunny book is live & in KU!

  1. Just started reading it….it is SO beautiful!!! Their story, your love of them, the images, the writing are all incredible!! Thank you for sharing and creating this book. It is the cherry on a great day. I also can’t wait to read it when I need a pick me up. This is the book anybody needs for a smile and lots of heart. Thank you so much! Katy

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