Scott E. Newton
When not working on his next novel or painting watercolors, you might find the author wandering the red-rock deserts of Utah or Arizona. Scott is an old desert rat in his own right, and he would be happy to run into Hayduke himself out there on a trip one day. The two would likely hit it off famously, especially if Bonnie were along.
In his spare time Scott studies ontological arguments and manages really big software development programs. For this later role he has found his Berkeley philosophy degree, as well as his time in a Buddhist monastery, of indispensable value.
Of course, if the Five Dumb Guys did exist, Scott would be a charter member.
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Five Dumb Guys Walk Into a Bar
by Scott E. Newton
Five friends are in a bar, drinking with some stranger. This gentleman turns out to be a god, here to erase the human species, as it is beyond redemption. The god decides he’d rather sit in the bar drinking, and turns his powers and duties over to the five guys. These friends now have a significant dilemma and challenge; they’ve got to prevent the erasure of the human species.
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