Shane Grey is an American Indie Author/Talk Radio Voice. His Talk Shows are available on iTunes and Stitcher Smart Radio. His shows can be heard live on Mixlr.com/FalconFm and his podcasts on PodcastToo
Shane's Talk Radio shows include:
Podcast in the Woods(horror movie reviews).
Shane Grey Live(Comedy Podcast).
Here is what people are saying about Shane Grey:
"Shane Grey is one of the hardest working men in podcasting." -Mike Russo, Growing Up Not Growing Old Podcast.
"The essence of Richard Laymon is alive and well in Shane Grey." -Joe Cauwel, Horror Film Reviewer.
[Shane Grey's ebook, Sincerely, Me] "I really liked this piece. It's creepy and builds up to a surprise at the end. Good job. Worth the read."
-Ser Livre, author of We The Victims: A Guide To Relationships For Victim Type Women.
[Shane Grey's ebook, Sincerely, Me] "Weird, but ok, liked somewhat." -Eloise Tavares, Smashwords Reader.
[Shane Grey's ebook, Phoebe] "A page turner that keeps you reading, a nice bridge between reality and fantasy." -Arnold Brown, Comedian/Actor.
[Shane Grey's ebook, The Last Story I Will Ever Write About Her] "Such honesty makes this story a brutal break up story-it made me feel sorry for Missy. Most guys would relate to this story, most ladies would want a guy who really loves them like the main character." -Dora Okeyo, author of From The Heart.
on Aug. 17, 2015 :
An admirable attempt to write something sensual rather than a bland rundown of actions and dialogue. Unfortunately for me it just came across as rather rambling. The frequent use of capitalised WORDS was more distracting than effective, and some lines just seemed incredibly awkward or contradictory. For example:
"Humans are just complex beings"
"It's never easy. And if it is easy, you're doing it wrong." (You just said it is never easy, so how can there be times when it IS easy?)
There were quite a few errors in the text too.
(review of free book)