Published by Fulton Books, Riki Lasa's book is a story of one man's fantasy. It all started when he was driving and saw the biggest tree trunk he had ever seen. This story was inspired by true events and is just the first of the saga which extends to Iceland and the northern part of Spain and France, known as the Basque country.
HARTFORD, Connecticut, September 26, 2017 (Newswire.com) - Riki Lasa, a creative man with extraordinary vision, has completed his most recent book “Believe”: an intricate tale of creating something amazing from raw materials and a feeling. Come along and watch Riki make a fantastic and whimsical home for magic, from a mere tree stump.
Riki loves the arts and has won many contests for his intricate carvings. When he started the tree company, his art got much bigger, that's when he saw the giant stump. He says, “I took it to my factory to make the biggest elf house in the world. 'Believe' is part one of the saga, with two other stories planned for the future.”
Riki was a professional athlete for 23 years and is a world-known artist. The incredible 11-ton elf house is real and it sits in his art studio to this day. People that see the elf house can't believe what they are seeing and when the door opens and they walk in, they are sent back to a world of make-believe.
Readers who wish to experience this enchanting work can purchase “Believe” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books