I wanted to mark the holiday season by offering a small gift to all of my pals at TPI. If you take the time to drop me an email (firstname.lastname@example.org) I will reply with a complimentary PDF copy of ‘7097-050719’ – Book One in the Theme Park Trilogy.
‘7097-050719’ presents the story of Milo and Baxter – a couple of theme park fan-boys chasing down one of the most enduring urban legends in pop culture history.
It’s been on sale for a couple of years. I have been told once a reader gets past page 36 … they are typically hooked.
The reviews from readers on Amazon have been VERY positive.
Shannon Zimmerman (Five Stars): “This first installment of a promised 'theme park trilogy' is an ingenious mash-up: it's a raunchy buddy flick, a richly detailed Disney primer, and a treasure-hunting, sci-fi-tinged caper. Also in the mix: art and alternative history. Among 7097-050719's treasures are hush-hush drawings by Salvador Dali and proof positive that Walt Disney [redacted]."
Bull Garlington (Five Stars): “T.H. Creative could've written a piece of crap expose and left it at that. Instead, he weaves a story told in two eras with masterful transitions between chapters and truly gifted pacing … T.H. Creative proves his mastership here in the last pages, even in the last word of the book. He had a specific story to tell. It isn't Hollywood. It isn't formula. It isn't . . . it's not a Disney ending."
Anthony M. (Five Stars): “I have to say, I am very impressed with Mr. Creative's story that blends facts about Walt Disney, the man and icon that are both verified and unverified. He delves into the world of Theme Park fans though the multiple websites they run and the conventions they attend. It poses some very interesting questions and never purposely drags Walt Disney though the mud. It’s a story of hope along with some intrigue. A must read for any Disney Fan!”
J. Rao (Five Stars): “This short novel by TH Creative is a real winner. Engrossing to the last page and filled with industry insider tidbits that complement the suspense, intrigue, and humor … those who invest a little bit of their time into reading this adventure will not be disappointed."
Ben Mills: "This is the most gleefully unsubtle thing I have ever read."
And there was this from a guy named Robert Niles (Five Stars): “TH really knows his stuff -- if you're a theme park fan, you'll recognize many of the characters in this book, from Walt Disney to several Disney executives. But this isn't corporate history -- it's a fun "what if?" caper with action, insight and the wonderfully engaging premise…”
It's never been edited by a professional ... so yes there are a couple of typos and some rough grammar. Then again, in the age of DIY, I often remind myself that Joe Strummer didn't play every chord perfectly.
AND PLEASE BE ADVISED: The content of the book is properly rated PG-13 … Baxter has a bit of a mouth on him.
Drop me an email and I will send a copy your way.
('Thrill Seekers and Danger Lovers' -- Book 2 in the Theme Park Trilogy -- Available September 23, 2016 ... I promise!)Tweet
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