Edward Hotspur

Biography

Edward Hotspur is a world-famous author and witticist. The world just doesn’t know it yet. There will seem to be no rhyme or reason to his writings, but there is an underlying message/theme running through all of them: He is awesome. Or possibly insane, though the two are not mutually exclusive. He loves sarcasm, cynicism, wittiness, one-liners, awful puns, music, cooking and left-handed salads. He adores referring to himself in the third person. He had no help whatsoever writing this bio.

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Books

Scenes From A Hundred Morning Drives
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Price: $1.79 USD. Words: 121,810. Language: English. Published: February 4, 2012. Category: Nonfiction » Entertainment » Humor and satire
Edward Hotspur thinks of things on the way to work. But really, he's thinking about humor, sarcasm, philosophy, love and life. This is a collection of essays that somehow combine topics as divergent as work, rain, deadlines, fairy tales, evolution and sunsets so that they work together - often within the same essay. He makes you laugh, he makes you wonder, but most of all, he makes you think.
More Scenes From A Morning Drive
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Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 56,770. Language: English. Published: February 4, 2012. Category: Nonfiction » Entertainment » Humor and satire
Edward Hotspur thinks of things on the way to work. But really, he's talking about humor, sarcasm, philosophy, love and life. This is a collection of essays that somehow combine topics as divergent as technology, rain, deadlines, fairy tales, evolution and sunsets so that they work together - often within the same essay. He makes you laugh, he makes you wonder, but most of all, he makes you think.
Scenes From A Morning Drive
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Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 65,490. Language: English. Published: December 12, 2011. Category: Nonfiction » Entertainment » Humor and satire
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Edward Hotspur talks to himself. But really, he's talking to you about humor, sarcasm, philosophy, love and life. This is a collection of 51 essays that somehow combine topics as divergent as technology, trees, deadlines, fairy tales, evolution and sunsets so that they work together - often within the same essay. He makes you laugh, he makes you wonder, but most of all, he makes you think.

Smashwords book reviews by Edward Hotspur

  • The Gods of Asphalt - Book One on Dec. 18, 2011

    The Gods of Asphalt by H.E. Ellis is a page-turner that you won't put down until you are finished. Sawyer is a 6'5" 17-year-old with a big heart and bigger goals. He is in a terrible accident and doesn't realize how bad he is hurt - he is too concerned with making sure his brother is okay. The rest of the story is a flashback to how he got here now - and the tale both moves, and is moving. Sawyer, his older brother River and his father Jimmy have been following his mother Savannah for years - but they only stop when she wants them to. On this latest stop at grandfather Gus's house, Sawyer decides he has had enough, and he wants to stay put, play basketball, go to college and live a normal life - at least, as normal as he can. But to stay, he has to face his father, one of the hardest things he's had to do. He moves in with Gus and starts school, where he makes a friend (Jeb) and makes center on the varsity basketball team. He also meets Jeb's twin sister Sarah, and all bets are off. He takes on two "projects" - teach Jeb how to fight in order to impress a girl, and teach Sarah Spanish so she can go to a college far away and escape the family business. But just when he thinks he has everything under control, he gets in fights with everybody, upsets nearly everyone, and is ready to give up on everything. What he decides to do next could destroy the lives of everyone around him - or save them all.