About

Dirty Sci-Fi Buddha is the website for me:  author Kent Wayne.  The site name comes from the subject material in my writing.

Three works are featured.  The first one is Echo, a science fiction dystopia where a disillusioned warrior pushes his craft to its bloody limits, then attempts to break through into a realm of world-bending mastery.  I’ve posted some free sample chapters, click here to start reading.

To buy Echo Volume 1:  Approaching Shatter on Amazon click here:  Buy Echo

The second book is a high school adventure, full of profanity, psychedelics, and interdimensional shenanigans.  Here’s the link for the book on Amazon:  Kor’Thank:  Barbarian Valley Girl.   Sample chapters are available here:  Sample Chapters for Kor’Thank:  Barbarian Valley Girl

I’m working on a YA fantasy called the Unbound Realm.  It details the adventures of a jaded young man from Earth who stumbles into an epic fantasy world.  Here are some sample chapters:  Sample Chapters for the Unbound Realm.

Thanks for your interest!  If you’re a writer, I wish you inspired drafting and insightful editing!  Best way to reach me is by DMing me on Facebook.  However, I have noticed some DMs getting filtered out by Facebook messenger, so if I don’t respond, just comment on my wall.  I’ll take it down, DM you, and address your concerns.  Sorry to all those who never got a response; I wasn’t trying to be rude!  🙂

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  1. Hi!
    I want to say ‘thank you, very …much’. It’s a pleasure for me because I feel like being ‘heard’ by someone when I saw that my post had been visited (especially liked). I hope your work on writing is well, and you are also in good condition, healthy, and happy ^^

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  2. Thanks for Liking my recent post about mystery writer recommendations. Do we have any current authors in common whom we both enjoy? How about your favorite main characters?

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      • Not familiar with Robin Hobb. Will have to check him/her out. I certainly am familiar with King. I even wrote him a fan letter once and received a reply. It was just after Maine had won the NCAA collegiate hockey championship. I congratulated him knowing he was a big Black Bear fan. I have read a number of the lesser known King novels. My favorite is one called the Langoliers. It was rather poorly made into a full length movie. But the book has an interesting premise. If you haven’t read it, you might want to check it out.

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      • I love the Langoliers! If I remember correctly, it was a long short story (is that an oxymoron?) in a collection of four stories. Yeah, I remember the movie. Wasn’t great, but that’s usually the case with his books-turned-movies, except for some home runs like Shawshank. Robin Hobb wrote the Assassin’s Apprentice, which made a big impression on me as a kid. The sequel, Royal Assassin, is even better, but the third falls a little short. Her other books are all right.

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      • I remember a doctor from St. Elsewhere, David Morse, played the pilot and Bronson Pinchot played a really looney passenger whose character was pretty much created specifically for the movie. You are correct. The Langoliers was part of a 4 part, “short” story anthology entitled “Four Past Midnight”.

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      • I remember now! I also remember thinking it was one of the few times Stephen King used an established badass (the sas guy) as a hero. Usually, he spends a lot of time with everyday folks that become extraordinary in extraordinary circumstances (aside from the Gunslinger, of course)

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  3. Since Sci-Fi seems to be a big interest for you, did you happen to see that my favorite TV series of all time is “Fringe”? After a slow start in their first year, trying to figure out if they were an X-Files wanna be, the final four seasons were just great. My wife and I love Anna Torv. We also believe that the character of Walter is one of the great ones in TV. John Noble did wonderful work.

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