Posts Tagged ‘Codorus Press’

Hey folks! I haven’t been posting for a long time. Two good things happened. I got a new job and my book, “The Freak Foundation Operative’s Report,” got released. But those two things happening at the same time was kind of inconvenient. I’ve been putting in some long hours at the new job, going through training and whatnot. And I had some technical glitches getting the book up on Amazon, Anyway, I’m back and here’s the book. Yaaaaaay!

 

You know what sucks about hearing writer Scott Pruden read a chapter from his novel in progress? Knowing you’ll have to wait for the rest of it. Oh well. From this sneak preview, it sounds like it will be worth the wait. In the meantime — if you haven’t yet — check out his science fiction novel “Immaculate Deception.” It’s REALLY good. Enjoy.

Once again, I join the talented and charming Carlette Norwood Ritter for her “Lette’s Chat” broadcast. Here we interview Scott Pruden, author of the satirical science fiction novel “Immaculate Deception.” How is being a book lover these days like being an indie music fan back in the day? Can men really write erotica? Is junior high more survivable for the young science fiction geeks of today? And what are some creative uses for grapes? Listen and find out.

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/letteschat/2012/09/06/lettes-chat-with-author-scott-pruden

I go to the Gaithersburg Book Festival in search of enigmatic and reclusive science fiction author Scott Pruden. Weirdness ensues.

I explore the trend of sparkly, sexy vampires in American literature. And get my ass kicked.

If you’re in the York, Pa., vicinity this weekend, Mike Argento will be making a couple of appearances to promote his book, “Don’t be Cruel.” As I’ve mentioned here before — if you find Carl Hiaasen a bit too dry and academic, this is the book for you. I lifted the following from Argento’s Facebook page:

“Book stuff this weekend: Saturday, I’ll be at Bookland on South Queen Street in York signing and whatnot. The store is at 2114 S. Queen and I’ll be there from 11 to 2. (Bookland has about the best magazine selection in town. So there’s that.) And on Sunday, from 10 to 1, I’ll be at the Spring Pennsylvania Music Expo at the Continental Inn at 2285 Lincoln Highway East in Lancaster. If you need to pick up a copy of Shatner signing Metallica covers, this is the place to be…”

And since he mentioned Shatner …