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Writer [signed on 10/29 with Enaz Publications]
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Crime Fiction and some Documentary stuff

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  For the next several days my ebook about snuff films, "Aberrations," will be free on Smashwords.com in Ipad, Sony, Nook, PC, Laptop and Kindle, and Android apps.

   I was serializing chapters from this ebook before my other book "Dead At The Scene" hit the streets and I started amping that. I'll be back with the rest of "Dead At The Scene" in Charles Dickens-type installments. I just  got through reading "Oliver Twist for the first time since the 80s and it does deal with shady,…

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Posted on November 10, 2012 at 7:30pm

Dead At The Scene Chapter 16 Enaz Publications

Chapter 16

   Taylor is standing there on the sidewalk amidst the neighborhood's white 20-something apartment dwellers and local live-music enthusiasts between club visits.

   Helping to integrate Belltown are also the older, non-residential crack head blacks sporting and showing off their own older, trailer trash dope hoes and death's-head scalliwags, all in their mid-40s and beyond, living in the alleys with the blacks between jail stints. The rain is gradually going from…

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Posted on October 7, 2012 at 11:04pm

Dead At The Scene Chapter 15

Chapter 15

   Years ago Amanda had her teeth smashed out by a short, fat, early 40s white dude known among the black in Belltown as Crazy Dave. That's why she wears dentures now.

   One particular "fuck friend" who'd gotten arrested out of her apartment at 4AM after he had actually passed out into a blackout while Amanda held a small mirror under his booze-and-street-fight-shattered, low-ventilation nostrils to see if he's still alive after dirnking beer, smoking crack and…

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Posted on October 7, 2012 at 9:30pm

Chapter 14 Dead At The Scene

   Amanda is not used to following behind any man. Not even the ones she plans on getting high with, fucking for a few hours then putting their homeless asses out of her apartment, lucky to get a sandwich no matter how enthusiastically they got drunk, got her high on crack and dicked her down.

   An endless managerie of inbred, Hepatitis-packing, goat-and-horse-faced, razorback tricks drunk on beer and high on cocaine and meth, faking passing out in her bed to keep from having to go…

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Posted on October 7, 2012 at 8:48pm

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At 10:25pm on August 20, 2012, anthony whyte said…

Just go ahead and post as many excerpts as you can. You can always update.... All the best...

At 12:34pm on January 27, 2011, Don Ameechee Holloman said…
wow riveting...so exactly what are you're writing aspirations?
At 12:05am on December 28, 2010, anthony whyte said…
No doubt our future has been shaped by the past, and we must in turn acknowledge the legends of this literature game. One...
At 3:52pm on December 18, 2010, Randria Godbolt said…
I appreciate you adding me.... I know all about having family and frienemies "gassin" n tryin to discourage my dreams/goals BUT my first novel, SubMISSive was published in June of this year so "its nothin" as we say out here in the Bay. I gravitate towards those who are like-minded when it comes to struggling their way to success. Take care.
At 4:23pm on December 14, 2010, Nati Holmes said…

Motivation is always key to success bro. No matter what you are going through or experience in life, never give up. Never. And you must know that better days are sure to come. Struggle is inevitable but success is always optional. Stay true to yourself and never give up the dream. We gone make it. 100!

 
 
 

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