Get yer copy of Echo!

What the skidmark is going on, all you clean-minded folk who are assuredly thinking of fast-braking cars and not underwear?  This is just an afternoon reminder to grab yerselves a copy of Echo!  (And to leave a positive review for it as well!  🙂 )  No worries—Echo has no mentions of fecal hijinks within its pages (although if you think about it, everything lives off the waste product of something else; you can trace our air to plants, and our energy to the sun).  No!  Echo’s all about pew-pew, socio-economic-spiritual-existential commentary, hairy rowr-monsters, and beautiful future wizards!  Also, if you’ve read any of my work, please remember to leave a positive review for it on Amazon.  It only takes a minute of your time, and you don’t need to have made a “verified purchase” in order to do it; you only need an Amazon account (in case you read my stuff through Kindle Unlimited or other means).  To give you an idea of how fireflower amazing positive Amazon reviews are to us indie authors, imagine this:  you’re deep in the throes of Super Mario, eating shrooms and beating goons, when suddenly, your smartphone starts vibrating and glowing.  It lurches once, twice, then your boss’s hand claws its way out of the screen, pushing down on the surrounding table.  In the next few minutes, your evil-grinning boss emerges from your phone.  “Thank God for smartphones, eh?  Tech has advanced to the point where I don’t just keep track of you with emails; I can now teleport directly into your home.”  FUCK THAT!  You slap a hidden switch on your comfy chair and it folds over you, enclosing you in a hermetically sealed war-pod.  Your boss whips out an interdimensional phase-shifter, intent on disintegrating your shielding, but you flip another switch inside your pod, flooding the room with comic books, eighties music, pizza, Rick n’ Morty stuff, and everything else that infuses us humans with heart and soul.  Your boss bursts into flames, clutching the air and screaming in agony.  “TOO MUCH JOY!” he screams.  “NOT ENOUGH CORPORATE SOUL-DEADENING!”  Before he withers into a crispy husk, he shrivels into a Gollum-like creature and starts beating his meat to a stack of TPS reports, trying to dispel All That is Good with his undying love for evil office relics.  It’s no use—a moment later, all that’s left of him is a small pile of ashes.  YES!  See, that surge of triumph you’d feel at having repelled  the Endless Dark is EXACTLY what we indie authors feel when we get a positive review on Amazon!  So do your favorite indie author (and perennial Man Child) Kent Wayne a cubicle-free favor and leave him a positive review on the ’Zons!  Thank you all and have a Good and Chill Night!!!  🙂 🙂 😀

Get Echo Vol. 1 on Kindle here:  Vol. 1 on Kindle.  Vol. 2 on Kindle here:  Vol.2 on Kindle  Vol. 3 on Kindle here:  Vol. 3 on Kindle  Echo Vol. 1 & 2 Combined Edition here:  Combined Edition  #kindle #kindleunlimited #sciencefiction #scifi #books #novel #book


12 thoughts on “Get yer copy of Echo!

      • Garth Ennis, Mark Millar (who was terrible when writing for 2000AD IMHO, totally butchered a long standing character in one of his early efforts, and just seemed juvenile (to me) the rest of the time. I was amazed he did so well later, he must have got better I assume!), Alan Moore, Grant Morrison. Alan Grant did great work on Batman in the 80s/90s (he invented the ventriloquist, I believe). Plus a ton of artists who came over to the states – Simon Bisley, Frank Quitely, Dave Gibbons, Brian Bolland. Neil Gaiman didn’t write for 2000AD as far as I recall. Unless under a pseudonym! 2000AD is a great talent factory, and so many great stories! I’ll have to get around to a blog post or two on those…

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      • Wow, I can’t believe Millar ever wrote badly, LOL! (Although I did read the one about spider man’s parents when they were younger, and that seemed like he was just going through the motions). Man—Moore, Morrison, Grant, and Quitely! If you got those guys together now they could take over the industry!

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      • He’s been hugely successful, I’ve enjoyed some of the movies he’s been involved in, but I can’t judge any of his writing since leaving 2000AD because I have read none of it. I had no interest based on what I’d already seen. I’m going to have to google Millarworld now…!

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