Well, I'm proud to announce that starting today you can read in it's entirety and completely for free -- An actual sample of what I affectionately call my -- Real Writing. That's right head the story I blogged about selling a month or so back is now up on the UNDERGROUND VOICES site. Head on over and read my short story titled, The Simplest Of Sounds. Don't go expecting humor however, as it is a dark tale. The story is one of my personal favorites and I'd love to hear what you think, so drop me a line in the comments after you read. Or send the fine folks over at Underground Voices an email and let them know you enjoyed what you read. Who knows maybe they will buy more of my stuff in the future.
Now in the spirit of Halloween, more pics ...
FRIENDS ROB AND ARLENE, BUT SEEN HERE AS A TED NUGENT AND TARGET.
My, those are some strategically placed targets, are they not?
IS THAT STEVE AND BERNIE, OR DOG THE BOUNTY HUNTER AND BETH?
FARMER BROWN WITH A FRENCH MAID. MARIO AND PRINCESS TOADSTOOL, AND A BUMBLEBEE WITH A MUTANT NINJA MONKEY. IF THAT DOESN'T SPELL FUN I DON'T KNOW WHAT DOES ...
MAYBE ALICE GETTING DOWN WITH A ROMAN SOLDIER.
AND ONE LAST LOOK AT YOURS TRULY,
The beads were woven into my actual beard and they were a hell of a lot easier to get in than out. I sued old fashioned moustache wax to make mine stand out like that, the chest hair is real, Mr. Smee from Peter Pan wore glasses so why not me, the costume cost about fifteen dollars top to bottom and the clothes were all from the thrift store with the exception of the tattoo sleeves which aren't really shown in any picture but trust me they looked cool. They came from Wal-mart and cost about a third of the total price of the costume. But still, I spent more on rum than anything else. Hope that answered all of y'alls questions.
Don't forget to check out the short story and report back what you think.