Posted October 26, 2015 by stevemargolis under Writing From the cover of my upcoming book. I know you can’t tell from this snippet, but it’s a time travel comedy. And it’s 100% Kardashian free. You’re welcome. TAGS: book number two,time travel,western PREVIOUS POST Presidential Debates NEXT POST Traditional Publishers Related Posts 2019 – Starting The Year Off Right Forgotten Fortune Future Fortune released My New Children’s Book 16 Comments Blue Bear October 26th, 2015 Great teaser! I know I’m going to like it. And thanks for making it Kardashian free…you totally get me! Reply Euni Rose October 26th, 2015 Yay, Steve! I apologize for not having written to you for awhile; I am embroiled in my city of Southfield’s upcoming election for mayor and City Council. Yikes, it has taken QUITE a turn! Your cousin is smack-dab in the middle of it all! Your posts give me HUGE relief plus joy and pride in you, so there! Love, Euni Reply Atomic Samurai October 26th, 2015 I’m in. Reply KMac_83 October 26th, 2015 That’s a great drawing. Can we see the rest of it? Reply stevemargolis October 26th, 2015 No. He’s not wearing pants. 🙂 Reply DocFester October 26th, 2015 No Kardashians? Not even as the villains? What about Caitlyn as the love interest? Reply Lindsay October 26th, 2015 Then his book really would have it all! Reply Jason79 October 26th, 2015 Is the main character a robot? He looks a little like a robot. Reply Frootloops October 26th, 2015 I’m looking forward to a novel. I can only imagine what will ooze out of that brain of yours. God help us all. Reply DW3 October 26th, 2015 I remember you mentioned these in a previous post…. a 1968 Ford Mustang with a 427 Cobra Jet engine an underage squid There is something seriously wrong with you. Then again, I will buy the book so don’t go by me. Reply stevemargolis October 26th, 2015 The squid is named Leroy. Reply Stewie11 October 26th, 2015 Having been one to time travel, I know that it is sometimes difficult to jump from time to time. Has it been hard to write characters from different time periods? And when can I read this literary masterpiece? It better be better than Brian’s. Reply stevemargolis October 26th, 2015 Better be better than Brian’s? Nice job mangling that sentence. But to answer your question, I found that certain phrases work better in the Old West than now. “Bartender, give me a stiff one”….while perfectly fine pre-1865, makes me giggle now, thanks to Brokeback Mountain. Reply Brit93 October 26th, 2015 “You stay here and watch the front, I’ll go in the backdoor.” Reply Zedex October 26th, 2015 Yep. That is what ended the Lone Ranger-Tonto relationship. Reply TonyC9184 October 28th, 2015 Looking forward to the book! Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.