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Winter is Coming and so is Bill McSciFi

McSciFi OnlinePosted by Bill McCormick Wed, November 15, 2017 09:50:31

While nothing will go live until January 1st, the website setting up distribution, and promotion for licensing, is now in its beta testing stage and, yeah, this is going to be cool as heck.

They'll even have a way you can subscribe weekly so the comics are broken down in episodic fashion, and you can check out more than one title.

In 2018 you will tire of hearing about Legends Parallel, Pestilent, and Bob: Sins of the Son. And, because I want to go on full assault overload, there are two more titles we are working to add.

Until then, please don't wait to buy my stuff. I've got lots to sell and need to buy gifts for my nieces and nephews and potential inlaws and girlfriend and ....

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I Celebrate World Kindness Day with Mary Woldering

McSciFi OnlinePosted by Bill McCormick Mon, November 13, 2017 08:38:05
A really fun interview with Mary Woldering. Sadly there is no nude scene to entice you. Hopefully you'll read it for the words. Although there is a part involving a Twix bar that may give you pause.

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My First Nude Scene

McSciFi OnlinePosted by Bill McCormick Sat, November 11, 2017 12:34:48
A great interview from J. C. Steel. Keep in mind, I only go nude if the plot calls for it.

Or if I'm given vodka.

Or if it's a day that ends in 'y.'

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The Brittle Riders Trilogy is Live!

McSciFi OnlinePosted by Bill McCormick Sat, November 11, 2017 11:25:59

One click gets you all three books. Buy now or forever be ostracized by the cool kids.


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Sparkle Party Massacre

McSciFi OnlinePosted by Bill McCormick Thu, November 02, 2017 13:01:58
My new, absolutely amazing, short, Sparkle Party Massacre, is out in the new Horrified Press anthology, Bronies Gone Wild. It was supposed to be Trevor's big night. But four, naked, women in a rock band seemed hell bent on ruining his meeting of the Blue Island Bronies.

Yeah, he's as sad a human as you might imagine.

Anyway, a big thanks to the lovely, and talented, ladies in Sparkle Party for letting me have some fun with their image.

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Step Inside My Brain (it's squishy)

McSciFi OnlinePosted by Bill McCormick Sat, October 28, 2017 13:51:26
I have been making the rounds and doing interviews with anyone breathing, even allegedly, to pimp The Brittle Riders on the unsuspecting. So, without further ado, here are some interviews with me in case you want to wander into my dark places.

My first interview ever was with Serious Reading. They sent me about one hundred questions and told me to answer ten or so. I did, they liked it, and it got released.

Yay me!

The next one I did was for Planet Scumm for my short story Korzac: Nördicon of Dern. That was actually a voice-to-text interview and it wandered beautifully across random thoughts.

The lovely and talented Fiona McVie interviewed me for her author's blog and it was a hoot. Most of her interviews are demure and focused. I labor under no such restrictions.

Aaron-Michael Hall was the next person to crawl into my head. Her interview for Desu Beast was a lot of fun and asked some questions off the beaten path. Plus she pimped out our promo for The Brittle Riders which you can ogle below.

Lastly, but not leastly (my blog, my made up words), I got interviewed by J. Michael Stevens for Book Authors Online. Don't let the bland title fool you, there's a ton of great stuff up there and that interview covered a bunch of new ground.

Also, while not technically an interview, I updated a lot of business stuff, with fun videos and a great set of soundtracks, over at Black Science Fiction Society. Make sure to have headphones and a large screen. This stuff was designed to immerse you in my cerebellum.

The squishy part, at least.

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Legends Parallel Video Games?

McSciFi OnlinePosted by Bill McCormick Wed, October 11, 2017 12:49:46
I'm pleased to announce I signed a deal to turn three of my properties into IP powerhouses. Legends Parallel, Pestilent, and Bob: Sins of the Son are all signed to Nerdanatix out of Texas. They are all being developed with an eye towards video games, animated films or series, and possible live action vehicles.

Legends Parallel is a 12 issue comic book series (2 issues currently in print) dealing with the life of Tom Hill, an African-American billionaire who moonlights as a superhero. His company has discovered parallel earths. Far from being a joyous discovery it's quickly learned there is a super-being living between the dimensions who wishes to rule them all. Now it's up to Tom, his mom, and her lover, to save the Earths. No one said this shit would be easy.

Get your copies today. Rated "M" for Mature.

Pestilent is a graphic novel set in a far future galaxy where Earth is nothing but a memory. In this universe humans scour the galaxy for "ash," a substance made from the remains of, recently dead, aliens. It gives them tremendous health and long lives. It also earned them the hatred of billions of aliens. The story revolves around the rebel aliens fighting to eliminate the human scourge once and for all and how they pin their hopes on Ave & Edum, two humans who defected to hide on Earth. This may, or may not, have been a good idea. Rated "M" for Mature.

Bob: Sins of the Son is a serialized comic book dealing with the adventures of Bob. He's your typical rebellious youth who happens to be older than America and the son of Death. Bob decides to bend some rules so a little girl can escape his clutches and sets off a series of events around the world. There are people who want to ensnare him to study him and learn how to cheat death. There are others who just want him arrested and those who would love to have him as their friend. None seem to have his interests in mind. Rated "M" for Mature.

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Buy My Stuff Part 2

McSciFi OnlinePosted by Bill McCormick Wed, May 17, 2017 14:06:08
You can snag THE GOOD LORD WILL PROVIDE, featured in TRUMPOCALYPSE, now.

You can also grab your copy of THE LOVING CHILDREN, featured in DOGS OF WAR.

Both anthologies feature some excellent authors so make sure to snag your copy today.

Until you do, here's a picture of a cat I like.

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