When you find out the rabbit god is real...


It’s been five years since Amy was published and more like fifteen since the omniscient rabbits first hit a page. Synchronicity (and my sister) have now blessed me with their likeness in my garden! Neither the internet nor the garden statuary purveyor know who or what its based on (if you do, please get in touch…)

So I’m going with Amy’s rabbit gods and feel blessed that he is now overseeing the orchard and the bees that will be coming in April.

Deep in the bowels of the universe, the forces of darkness began stirring. Throughout the thirty-nine planets, sixteen parallel universes, five alternate realities, and the space-time continuum in general, strange things began to happen: crops blighted, children took sick, and telemarketers began appearing everywhere in unusual numbers.
Due to the very nature of the space-time continuum, this was not observable as an historical event. However, generations had simultaneous nightmares of the reverberating screams of a man caught in mortal combat in a small, steaming South Asian jungle. He would emerge physically unscathed, but with hard eyes and a hatred against all those that had sacrificed him to the night... and the rabbits.
— Amy's Amazing Adventures (Across Time and Space)