I live in a small town in Illinois with my awesome wife (who tolerates me) and her evil cat (who does not.) I drink more coffee than any human being ever should. I enjoy tabletop RPG's, instant ramen, and weird books.
When you're not writing, how do you spend your time?
I'm a very simple person. I visit my local library on a daily basis. I hang out with my wife and my little brother. We play tabletop RPG's. I like to cook. I'm just a very boring homebody.
What inspires you to get out of bed each day?
Work. It took me a very long time to decide what I wanted to do with my life, and I have a lot of lost time to make up for.
An immature story with mature content. Cheeserotica (noun): a subgenre of erotic fiction involving sex with talking cheeses. Hipsters fight over tapas. A wandering enema salesman will ruin your day. Both of these sentences would be great in a fortune cookie, and both sentences describe the antics in this book. Explicit, absurd, hilarious and kind of gross--this is Chocolate Flarm.
Storyteller Austin Malcome delivers a beautiful tale of hideous horrors in this weird countdown to Endsday. Dark, disturbing and delightfully bizarre, this is a story of deformation, demons, delusions, insubstantiality and the power of art.
Roger stories are Roger Stories, and that's all they are. This box set contains the first three books of Roger stories--that's twelve painful, mind breaking injections of absurd Roger-ness, distilled into one giant shot of Roger-icity.
Here is an e-book. It's full of Roger Stories. Each Roger Story is a short collection of sentences. Each sentence is a short collection of words. Each word is made of letters. Letters are neat. There are five super-short stories here, and each story involves menthol cough drops.
Strange things are afoot aboard the Great Momentosphere. During a prolonged stay in the Void, Beecher Skotte begins to see impossible things. Is he hallucinating? What has happened to Dr. Bloch? And who is the mysterious floating man?
The Great Momentosphere is a fantastic space-time vehicle. Unfortunately, it's destination cannot be predicted or controlled. Where will Dr. Bloch and Lt. Skotte wind up next? "Dr. Bloch's Great Momentosphere" is a fun, free-wheeling series in the style of the grand old pulp magazines. Move towards the Exit!
This short collection of four Roger Stories is an e-book. Download it now, so that it can sit on your device and clutter it up for awhile, and then some day you'll read it and be like, "What?"
Roger Stories are Roger Stories, and that is that.
Determined to find the man who designed his clockwork prostethis, Lt. Beecher Skotte journeys deep into the remote mountains of Asia. However, his pursuit of the genius inventor Dr. Sheridan Bloch will change the course of his life forever.
What can I say? This book is a life saver. It's a gospel,a Bible for Open Office disciples. Without this guide, I would still be sweating over my digital files.
This guide was easy to use and understand. The author is personable and friendly, and his sense of humor and personality really come through here. Thia is a simple no-nonsense guide to formatting and publishing on Smashwords, but it's more than that. This guide taught me alot about Open Office. It's a tutorial, a class in Open Office for beginners, with bonus lessons in e-book formatting. I can't say enough great things about this book. It's a must download.
This is the kind of story I like; it's visceral and fearless. There are more original ideas in the first two pages than most books have between both covers. I was very pleasantly surprised. This is a professional work by a very talented author.
Mr. Sawyer's books are fairly consistent: they are always based upon interesting concepts, and set in interesting places. "Lies of the Old World" is no exception. It could almost be the script for a film or video game. I enjoyed it. The ending was a bit abrupt, but perhaps that speaks to the strength of the story-I wasn't ready for it to end.
How would you describe Captain Roy Gardner? Certainly, comparisons could be made with Futurama's Zap Brannigan, but author Brett Sawyer's space captain is smarter, and more interesting. Roy Gardner is no Captain Kirk, either-Kirk can afford a toupee.
This is a fun, humorous jaunt through space. It left me wanting a bumper sticker:
"My other car is the Zeta."