Sugar Weasel Exposed!

October 22, 2019

I’ve been working on this latest release for quite some time now, and can’t wait for you to read it.

 

The entire sequel to Sister Barbara is written in my head, and I already have a few chapters on paper, so it isn't like I was looking for a biography to write; but I happened to meet someone more interesting than the Dos Equis Most Interesting Man, with a true story too good to pass up.

The idea of writing the story was instantly captivating, which proved to be a fascinating undertaking to say the least.

 

So, if you want to read an infectious account of how a guy who gets women to pay him as much as $1000 an hour to escort them dressed as a clown got his start, and if you're kind of liberal and not scared to read about culturally destructed people and their debouchery or just want to get some pointers, buy a copy when it comes out.  Meanwhile sign up to register for pre-release teasers.

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About Me

It all began with puppet shows in the tool shed behind our house when I was about ten. I wrote the show, made the puppets, popped corn, and sold Milk Duds for an upcharge.  If the neighbor kids didn't have the twenty-five cents for a ticket, I took a toy in pawn.


 I got in big trouble for that but the shows got rave reviews, and made me confident that some day writing would pay real money so I could buy my own toys. Also, as I told my mother, other kids were doing worse things in the tool shed down the street.


Today it's contemporary, semi-autobiographical, female-oriented, darkly humorous tales that I spin.  Read one of my books.  But not too fast.  It will take you to a place away from your troubles where you'll want to stay awhile.


And come out to one of my shows or book signings.  If you're short on cash bring your toys.

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About Me

About Me

It all began with puppet shows in the tool shed behind our house when I was about ten. I wrote the show, made the puppets, popped corn, and sold Milk Duds for an upcharge.  If the neighbor kids didn't have the twenty-five cents for a ticket, I took a toy in pawn.

 

 I got in big trouble for that but the shows got rave reviews, and made me confident that some day writing would pay real money so I could buy my own toys. Also, as I explained to my  mother, other kids were doing much worse things in the tool shed down the street.

 

Today it's contemporary, semi-autobiographical, female-oriented, darkly humorous tales that I spin.  Read one of my books.  But not too fast.  It will take you to a place away from your troubles where you'll want to stay awhile.

 

And come out to one of my shows or book signings.  If you're short on cash bring your toys.

Books

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Books

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