Won’t Be Talking Politics Again Until Tuesday’s Good Parade.

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Aloha, fellow travelers or what have you. This not-so-super Tuesday, Tim Binnall and I reunite for a special live Election Night Edition of The Good Parade. In honor of that–and to the great relief of everyone on Facebook–I will not be posting anything of a political nature until then. But then the gloves come off. If you’re an international listener or just someone who doesn’t follow American politics, I will explain to you how this happened. Trump. Hillary. The history of everything according to me. It only seems confusing now because we’re a nation of selfish dummies and cowards. (Yes, you too, liberals.)

So that, plus comedy. In fact, mostly comedy because what’s the end of society as we know it without laughter?

Oh, it’s a call-in show, too. Trump voters, please: Do us a favor and shoot yourselves–I mean call in. Won’t you please call in? Thank you.

Here comes the link that will go live at 8:30pm (EST) on said date. Hope to see you there, hurt your feelings, and sever our ties for good. Nay… for The Good Parade.

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/binnallofamerica

 

 

 

 

 

Into The End, Paratopia, and The Good Parade

Into The End (front cover)

My new novel Into The End is now available! Five boys go searching for the mythical Puckwudgie in Hocomock Swamp. Only one comes back. And he doesn’t remember a thing. That is the jumping-off point for an epic mystery that is at turns poignant, comical, and horrifying.

You can order Into The End in paperback on Amazon right now! Simply follow the magic link: LINK O’ MAGIC. Or if you’re a Kindle fan, click here. (It will be available on theNook by mid-day Sept. 3rd.)

Puckwudgie. Hmm… that sounds familiar. Right, Paratopians? Yeah, there’s a lot of “Easter Egg” figures and concepts worked in from the podcast and from my own life. Every few chapters I introduce something new that could be the plot to its own book. You may often find yourself thinking,  ‘Wait–that’s not what this is about?’ Add in a few HOLY SHIT! moments for good measure and the satisfying conclusion that ties it all up and you’ve got yourself a book!

If that’s not enough enticement to purchase it, Sept. 3rd is my birthday. And that’s what I want for my birthday. Now you’ll feel guilty if you don’t. You’re welcome.

Not coincidentally, also on September 3rd at 9:00pm (EST), Tim Binnall and I will reunite for a special live Good Parade. It promises to be a great parade, for Tim has a “paranormal” concept he wants to run by me on the show. And I have an experience or two I’ve been keeping quiet about that I will reveal… you know, should I remember. Someone in the chat room remind me if I forget.Follow The Buzzards

Which brings me back to Paratopia. I have no good reason why The Jeff and I haven’t launched the archive stick. But we still haven’t recorded our intro for it. I always forget to bring it up when we talk and he never mentions it either. Funny thing is someone asks us about it at least once every two weeks, so you’d think we’d have cranked it out by now. Is that odd? Anyway, getting that done is one of my immediate goals. The other is to write up my part of the Project Core study. I think we’re almost set to go public with that, maybe in October or November.

Now that I think about it, none of that is what “brings me back” to Paratopia from the Good Parade paragraph. What brings me back is  the launch of Paratopia Presents: Talk Story – an internet TV show idea detailed at www.paratopia.net. I could launch this at any moment… or not at all. I’m still not feeling it enough to do as a weekly show–and I  know I’d want to do it weekly if at all. My lack of enthusiasm loosely has to do with the experience I’ll share on the Good Parade. It’s truer to say that the experience is a reminder to me of how the place we need to go to keep exploring the deep stuff isn’t a place one can take an audience in any meaningful way. So a new interview show might be pointless. But we’ll see. Still debating it.

Anyway, check out the book and support an author on the fringe. It is a work of fiction, so you wouldn’t be embarassed giving it to your favorite Stephen King fan. Into The End (dragon)