Give my books a read and a review!

What the boner crunch is happening, my fellow pork-sword-wielding man-beasts who’ve gotten a little too comfortable with your meat-docking skills and instead of inserting it smoothly into a juiced up orifice, you’ve jammed it straight against the unyielding border-skin holy CHRIST THAT HURTS now you’re holding back tears, trying to assure your partner through quivering lips that you’re fine just fine just give it a second shit the mood’s ruined wiener’s shrinking like a traumatized earthworm fucking run man RUN—

Get a hold of yourself, goddammit!  What if Patton was standing in front of you??  He’d slap your hog in its depressingly small glans and tell it to man the fuck up, motherfucker!  You need to give yourself an American-made, Patton-style cock-slap!  Yeah!

Anyways, now that I’ve got your attention, let me direct it towards my various-genred books!  First up is my YA fantasy:  A Door into Evermoor.  If you’re hankering for some psychedelic high school fun with a giant side of interdimensional monsters and teen genius hijinks, check out Kor’Thank:  Barbarian Valley Girl!  If you want a big ol’ helping of robot vs. wizard pew pew, along with an extra serving of existential philosophy, check out my science fiction series Echo!  And don’t forget to leave a positive review for them!  Positive reviews—even though they only take a minute or two of your time—are like $1000 tips for us indie authors.  Every one of them is SUPER appreciated!

🙂 🙂 😀

20 thoughts on “Give my books a read and a review!

  1. Totally! I’ve got your Echo series high on my list now that I’m finally catching up on my endless TBR. Also, if you’d be interested in an interview on my blog that would be cool too! 🙂 In the meantime, best of luck!

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  2. Hey Buddha- just curious what you like to read (I know what you like to write). Does it influence your writing or is it an escape from the normal-ness of everyday life?

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    • My biggest influence is Drawing of Three, by Stephen King, due to the visceral experiences the gunslinger has when he interacts with Earth, especially the tuna fish sandwich and pepsi. Right now I’m reading the first book in Horatio Hornblower, because I’m adding a seafaring element in my YA fantasy and I want to get some of that Age of Sail vibe.

      Ironically, I use my writing as more of an escape from my day to day life, LOL! When I was younger, I used reading for that, but now it’s writing.

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