Scot Walker


Novelist, poet, playwright and short story author.

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The Memoirs of Jesus Christ
Price: $5.99 USD. Words: 49,190. Language: English. Published: May 25, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » Contemporary, Fiction » Fantasy » Contemporary
One morning while taking out the trash, I tripped over Jesus Christ who was wrapped up in a cardboard box sleeping in my alley. His stench was unbearable, but he looked hungry, so I invited him into my home and into my life. We spent a glorious week together--he's not the god I thought he was, but he changed my life in ways you will never believe.
The Immigrant and the Lady
Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 5,830. Language: English. Published: September 7, 2011. Categories: Fiction » Literature » Literary
Two fictionalized tales of a Vietnamese immigrant struggling for freedom.
We Three Kings
Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 6,030. Language: English. Published: September 6, 2011. Categories: Fiction » African American fiction » General
A short story from my award-winning collections. An encounter on a metro.
The Last Free Soul
Price: $5.99 USD. Words: 98,570. Language: English. Published: September 4, 2011. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » Epic
The Great Wall has been cursed. Only the bravery of two young gay men will break it--but it's Maoist China, and the regime is out to kill all homosexuals. How will the boys survive?
The Only Good Bug is a Dead Bug
Price: $5.99 USD. Words: 66,590. Language: English. Published: August 20, 2011. Categories: Fiction » Thriller & suspense » General
David smiled, thinking about the homosexuals in Washington, You came in with a whimper, he thought, but you’re all going out with a bang. In Scot Walker's newest thriller, one man knows how to destroy Washington, DC—the entire city—with just three small bombs. Is there enough time to stop him?
The Tiger Cries at Midnight
Price: $5.99 USD. Words: 73,780. Language: English. Published: August 19, 2011. Categories: Fiction » Literature » Literary
A collection of my award winning short stories and excerpts from my recent novels.
Price: $5.99 USD. Words: 42,950. Language: English. Published: May 12, 2011. Categories: Fiction » Mystery & detective » Women Sleuths
(5.00 from 1 review)
Lightning sizzled the night sky as Anita Baker and her madcap friends play Corked--hoping to find a victim for their "perfect murder."

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  • The Education of Mr. Biggleton on Sep. 01, 2011

    It isn't offen that one reads an American fairy tale--and this one is delightful. Each of Joshua Bennett's characters has a distinct voice, a distinct personality and a distinct out-look on life. Kudos to the author for this delightful story.
  • To Sir, With Love on Sep. 03, 2011

    I really like this short story and wish it could be expaned into a much longer narrative--perhaps a novel? I also wonder if it could become a portion of a chapter in that novel, perhaps entitled The Last Dance. On a more personal note, my grandfather fought in World War One- he died when I was 10 and I never got to question him about the war--so few people alive today who had any sort of a "personal touch" with soldiers who fought in that war to end all wars. Keep writing, I want to read more of your work
  • Language Lessons (gay romance) on Sep. 05, 2011

    What an absolutely wonderful coming of age gay romance! Kudos to Jay Bell. I want to read everything you've ever written.
  • Hell's Pawn on Sep. 05, 2011

    Wow, Jay Bell, you continue to delight me and amuse me. You are an extremely creative wordsmith. I haven't finished this book yet and am so hooked. Please keep writing and writing and writing.
  • Time Travel Adventures Of The 1800 Club, BOOK I on Sep. 12, 2011

    what an interesting book. My dad helped renovate Ford's Theatre and the Peterson House where Lincoln died so this story was close to my heart. I also love the works of Jack Finney (From Time to Time; and TIme and Time Again) and this book is written in that same type of style--going back in time, trying to change time. kudos Robert McAuley for your interesting work.
  • Don't Cry If You Don't Try on Sep. 22, 2011

    This is a sweet little personal essay that would fit in very well with my favorite poem by Langston Hughes: Hold fast to dreams for if dreams die, life's a broken winged bird that cannot fly. Hold fast to dreams for when dreams go, life's a barren field frozen with snow
  • The Ultimate Guide to Distinguish a Canadian from an American on Sep. 22, 2011

    This wonderful Canadian Tall Tale reminds me a lot of the legends of Pecos Bill and Paul Bunyon--such a fun story.
  • A Freddie and Jimmy Story - The Snow Cat - Picture Book on Oct. 04, 2011
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    As a man who is "owned" by two cats I was delighted by this sweet "tale" about Freddie and Jimmy. The art work is well done. Kudos to authnor N.A. Oswald
  • Curiosity on Oct. 14, 2011
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    I wish Ash Stirling had read what she wrote before she published it here on Smashwords. Here is her opening sentence, "Raven twitched forward the hood of her jacket, pulling it over her red tresses so that her face was lost in the shadows. All that could be seen were only a pair of green eyes that glowed with a faint inner light. It wasn't for reasons of weather that’s she did so. Despite it being dull and dreary, grey and gloomy, the rain that had threatened all day had yet to eventuate." When was the last time any woman referred to her own hair as her tresses? When was the last time any of us used the phrase, "It wasn't for reasons of weather that I wore a raincoat? And what is this nonsense about it being dull and dreary and grey and gloomy that is going to make the rain eventuate? Eventuate? What's that all about. Ash, write words that people use—read your writing aloud! Ask yourself is this the way people speak?
  • Air: Mortal Choice on Oct. 14, 2011
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    I like Zombies but I don't like Esmont[s style. I wish he knew how to write a compound-complex sentence—or even a compound one—or a complex one—or even a basic simple sentence. But no, Esmont writes like this: Nothing. Absolutely. Nothing. That makes me. Want to read. At least not a few paragraphs. Because. Well. You see. The reader's mind. Mine. Specifically. Mine. Has trouble. A lot. Comprehending. Especially. A story. Where the action. Stops. So often. By periods. Esmont, please. Please. Esmont. Read. Perhaps. Reading may enlarge. Probably will enlarge. At least. I hope. Your ability. Your b asic. Writing. Ability.
  • The Author Business: A Practical Guide to the Business of Being a Self-Published Author on Oct. 14, 2011

    I finally read a Smashwords book worth reading. Kudos to J. L. Murphey. Her little book of tax advice and business advice is right on the money (pun intended). I've been earning money from my writing for over 50 years and wish I had known the facts in Murphey's book from the get go. If you are new to writing (or making tons of money) be sure to read this one! It's well worth your time.