Book Brief: Bad Book

Bad Book
by K.S. Brooks, Stephen Hise, JD Mader
Genre: Humor, Satire
Word count: 52,109

So Many Genres – So Little Time

Case is a man among men. Women want him – men want him dead. Join him on his epic travels through multiple literary genres as he ruins everything with his own unique panache.

What’s your thing? Vampires? Space-adventure? Noir Detective? Spy-thriller? Westerns? Classics of literature? Whatever it is, it is in here and totally PWNED. Fans of National Lampoon humor and the Scary-Movie spoofs will thoroughly enjoy this hilarious send-up of multiple literary genres.

This title is available from Amazon US and Amazon UK. Free this weekend – while supplies last. Continue reading “Book Brief: Bad Book”

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Video Trailer: Land of Falling Stars by Keta Diablo

After her parents die in a fire, Sophia Whitfield struggles to save her beloved home, Arbor Rose. The Civil War has devastated the South, and another blue coat has come to steal her meager possessions. Before the hated enemy inflicts his destruction, she shoots him. And soon discovers the soldier is Gavin, the champion of her childhood. The despicable acts of war have changed everything Sophia and Gavin once cherished. Yet somewhere deep in their hearts, the mystical Land of Falling Stars still exists.

Land of Falling Stars, the historical romance by Keta Diablo, is available from



A Cautionary Tale About Cautionary Tales?

While discussing the great nation of Scotland recently, in these very pages, I was reminded of something. Undoubtedly, Scotland has bestowed upon our world some fine gifts, including the telephone, television, penicillin, caber tossing, Billy Connolly, the Glasgow Kiss, the Bay City Rollers and the words “bampot”, “stoater”, “drookit”, “hackit” and “blootered”. (I discern a visit to the Urban Dictionary in your future, dear reader.)

But along with such distinguished cultural contributions, Scotland also produced the mother of all cautionary tales, a tale that exemplifies supreme “bathos” (no, silly, Bathos isn’t the name of the fourth Musketeer… and stop interrupting). And that tale goes by the name of William Topaz McGonagall. (Yes, I did just say “Topaz”. Bear with me, you’ll see.) Continue reading “A Cautionary Tale About Cautionary Tales?”