The final installment of the epic micro-miniseries mockumentary of the making of what some call, “One of the books I have read.”
If you watch no other micro-miniseries mockumentaries this season, you MUST watch the dramatic nail-biting, life-on-the-razor’s-edge, full contact, rock-em-sock-em, intellectual seizure manifested in this episode! Will there be a cliffhanger? You’ll have to watch to see! Will there be a special offering for “The Women of Indies Unlimited” calendar? Watch to find out! Will Mader be fully clothed throughout? Brace yourself!
In this action-packed episode: Mader recounts how one weekend with Timothy Leary changed his life forever (or it may have been Tiny Tim, but definitely someone named “Tim”). Kat Brooks talks about her days as a pole-dancing hitwoman for the New Jersey Mob. Hise rocks out, playing inna-gadda-da-vida on his electric tuba. [some of these scenes may have been cut to make room for commercial messages]
Bad Book is available at Amazon. Get it before it gets you.
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When reading Bad Book, do not—under any circumstances—touch the red button. Just don’t.
Mr. Schuyler is a native Montanan who moved to the warmer climate of California to complete his B.A. and M.S degrees from San Jose State University.
Completing a major in English and Speech arts, he spent the next 22 years as a high school English and drama teacher. After leaving the education field he shifted gears and became a sales representative for several companies involved in the FAA airport noise abatement programs.
He now makes his retirement home in the lovely foothills of the Sierra Nevada near Sacramento, CA. He and his wife Barbara are celebrating their 54th year of marriage. Mr. Schuyler has written his first novel at the age of 74.
In “The Rightful Heirs,” the past and present intersect in this captivating fortune hunt to recover the inheritance of six Italian-Jewish industrialists thought lost in World War II. Imagine these families caught in a web of impending war and atrocities, trying to stay alive and protect their combined fortune of $4.5 million in cash, gold, securities and bonds. Imagine that great fortune stashed away in 24 Swiss bank accounts for nearly 70 years. What would it be worth today?
“The Rightful Heirs” will keep readers riveted from beginning to end in this worldwide treasure hunt to recover and unlock the security to a vast, unclaimed fortune.
Learn more about author Tom Schuyler and his book, The Rightful Heirs from his fabulous website.