Mark Park and the Flume of Destiny, book three of my series The Future Next Door, is now available for Amazon Kindle!
The ebook will be available from more vendors very soon, and the paperback not long after. I put a lot of work into this one - I hope you like it!
Mark Park is model-handsome and strong as an ox, but thinking has never been his strong suit. When everyday machinery turns murderous, Mark will have to strain his brain to keep his friends and family safe. An amusement park holds a deadly secret and his roommates are in for the rides of their lives, but Mark will have to venture alone into a whole new world, a world where all his strength is useless and only his underused intellect can save the day. Can Mark solve the mystery of the flume before the people he loves are lost to him forever?
Mark Park and the Flume of Destiny is the third book of The Future Next Door, a contemporary urban science fiction comedic thriller series in four parts.
Book One: Alan Lennox and the Temp Job of Doom
Book Two: Caitlin Ross and the Commute from Hell
Book Three: Mark Park and the Flume of Destiny
Book Four: Dakota Bell and the Wastes of Time (coming 2015)
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Grieving widow Clara O’Hare accepts an invitation to a séance in the remote country home of Lord Oroberg. Joining her around the table is a cad, a mousy fiancée, an overbearing mother, a renowned scientist, a lively suffragette, and a dashing young medium named Wesley Lowenherz.
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My current celebrity crush.
Working on a blurb for the complete The Future Next Door series. Having a little trouble. So far I’ve got:
Alan, Caitlin, Mark and Dakota are roommates and best friends and they have adventures and stuff. Look out, guys, there’s crazy danger! (Also sex and gay stuff.)
I worry it’s too vague.
I drew Spider-Man like the new Spider-Woman.
where are you getting song of the south? i watch a bad copy on youtube and was so bored by the live action, it really upset and disappointed me; such fond memories. ah well. i look forward to your report. and will try to find make mine music, thanks!
I got a digital copy from a friend. He didn’t say where he got it, and I didn’t ask… I haven’t watched it yet, but it seems to be the length of the full movie. I’m assuming it’s from a foreign DVD release since it’s never been released in its entirety in the US. I’ve never seen it before, so I don’t know what to expect (besides racism).