Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Love Me - Danger_Slater


DANGER_SLATER is the world’s most flammable writer! His work has appeared in several online magazines, offline anthologies, audio podcasts, porn dialogue voice-over sessions, dirty limerick collections, fortune cookie factories, websites featuring humorous misspelled tattoos, remedial English workshops, confusing furniture assembly instructions, police affidavits, losing presidential hopefuls' concession speeches, neon bar-front beer advertisements, cereal box ingredient lists and miniature golfing scorecards. Danger_Slater is also extremely toxic, so it is advised that you do not approach him unless you’re wearing a Level A hazmat suit or have had some sort of wizard cast a spell of protection on you.

Product description:

Do you like tales of Cold War espionage? Taut psychological thrillers? Science fiction as a metaphor for U.S. foreign policy? How about cute angst-filled teenage vampire toyboys?

Well, too bad. None of those things are in this book.

Instead you’ll join a guy in a Viking suit on an absurdly epic quest to figure out the meaning of life. There will be obstacles, of course: rabid gangs of disgruntled grannies, rival cults of pie-enthusiasts, toasters, anti-matter conversion do-hickeys, Shadow Men, bandits, hippies, annoying celestial bodies, the Department of Internationally Sexy Affairs, and probably way too many dick jokes for this book to ever be considered for any serious academic curriculum. You know, the usual.

Q: What will e-readers like about your book?

Love Me is the touching journey of a guy who lives in a castle made of human skulls, on an epic, existential quest to figure out the mysteries of life. It is clearly a book for our times. Also, it’s funny as hell.

Q: Why did you go indie?

Why not? The work coming out of the indie world is much more exciting and the community is much more engaging.

Q: Who are your favorite authors in your genre?

Carlton Mellick III, Mike Sweeney

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