Switek: Episode 1

Adult
Rated 3.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Welcome to the new ebook/escript hybrid fantasy series, The Mostly Odd Adventures Of Switek Of Springfield. This is the first episode, entitled Switek Meets Hattie The Hottie. More
Download: epub mobi (Kindle) pdf more Online Reader
About Michael Zinetti

Michael Zinetti is a writer/musician/artist based in Springfield, MO. He graduated from Missouri State University with a Bachelor's of Art in Creative Writing. Michael Zinetti has several titles under his belt, including the first two books from The Godbolt Book Series, the first season with nine episodes from the Switek of Springfield Series, three volumes for the Some Cool Ways Series, My Search For Love On Craigslist, and Going Postal, all available at Smashwords and other locations on the net. Also, Michael Zinetti has an album called Sweet Bloody Kisses. Be sure to check Michel Zinetti out in all his many silly incarnations.

About the Series: Switek Of Springfield (Original Script Version)
Welcome to the new ebook/escript hybrid fantasy series, The Mostly Odd Adventures Of Switek Of Springfield. This is the complete first season, entitled Switek In The Lands of Coke, which includes the first nine episodes of the series! The first season establishes Switek in the Lands of Coke, as well as several other storylines in the series. Prominent characters would include Hattie, Nattie, Midge, Mestopholes, King Coke, Prince Coke, Princess Verana, Reus the Mystic and Niewald the Mystic. Featured Gods would be Zoaia, God of Gods; Besh, God of Treachery; Tilsi, Goddess of Healing, and Tavo, God of War. Hint: if you like fantasy stuff like Dungeons & Dragons and Lord Of The Rings and things like that, there's a good chance you'll be into this season.

Also in Series: Switek Of Springfield (Original Script Version)

Also by This Author

Reviews

Review by: meme34 on June 21, 2013 :
Told in a breathless, light-on-details, almost script-like style, Zinetti's randy fantasy about a loutish minor leaguer is just quirky enough to snare me past the first three chapters.
(reviewed 17 days after purchase)
Report this book