On March 24, 2005, Scott released his first podcast (episode 1 of EARTHCORE). Here we are, fifteen years later, still kicking out weekly content. To celebrate our crystal anniversary, we’re giving away a crap-ton of eBooks in hopes Scott’s work can help entertain people sidelined by the CORONA-19 pandemic.
Junkies, here’s the skinny on our next release. Hunter Hunterson & Sons War Journal Vol. 1 is in production and should be available soon, both in eBook and as an audiobook. We want to get ahead of the game and let you know what’s what, in case you already have all these stories.
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Or: A primer on peeps who write like me
I am a lucky dude who has a bunch of fans who read everything I put out. You all rock. Your farts aren’t stinky, they actually smell like roses. You will live forever in big castles with big giants protecting the gates. I know this. Is pravda.
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PANDEMIC did not win: DAMN YOU, ANNE RICE!
Offer expires Oct. 24, 2014 (and is apparently only in the USA)
Hard to beat Book I of the INFECTED Trilogy for just $1.99 fer yer Kindle. That’s some good pricing right there.What? You already have it? Well, sir or ma’am, you can gift it to anyone you know for that same lousy $2. Spread the Stank, suckas.
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Time marches on, yes, but some some plots don't
A short review of the DVD for ROSEMARY’S BABY, the 2014 made-for-TV miniseries remake of the 1968 classic.
If you’ve never seen the original, I highly recommend it. Based on the 1967 novel by Ira Levin, ROSEMARY’S BABY tells the tale of a struggling young couple that move into a hoity-toity Manhattan apartment building.