Monday, April 16, 2012

Sword of the Bull Mongoni


Tarmok is the last of the Bull Mongoni.
The Bull Mongoni were a fierce and noble species of hominids that once roamed the mountains of Eurasia and the forests of Africa.
Sword of the Bull Mongoni opens with Tarmok rescuing an escaped slave girl from the clutches of the notorious Roman General Galvon. Afterwards, he hears a strange and haunting musical voice that captivates him. He follows the sound of the music and it leads him into a lost temple by the Congo River. The mysterious temple houses a secret chamber where time and space are warped. It is a gateway into the past and future. Tarmok steps inside and is hurled forward into the present day 21st century.
After battling a group of hunters, Tarmok meets Allie, a kind and caring scientist who runs a wildlife sanctuary. Soon they develop a deep bond and when both Allie and the sanctuary are threatened by a greedy and sadistic military dictator, Tarmok springs into action to protect Allie. Along the way he battles many new enemies, forges new friendships, and a new legend is born.
Tarmok, the last of the Bull Mongoni has returned to take back the planet, protect the earth, and battle anyone who dares to stand in his way.
Written in the screenplay format, The Sword of Tarmok is an action packed, riveting sequel to the avante-guarde cult sensation, Rise of the Bull Mongoni.
Sword of the Bull Mongoni now available in a gorgeous 8 1/2 by 11 inch paperback at Amazon and Barnes & Noble. Coming to Kindle and Nook on May 1, 2012.


Friday, April 6, 2012

More random stuff from my bookshelf



Mostly stuff with cool covers so I have stuff for my Pinterest boards. Yeah, I'm hooked.









































Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Ten more of my top films

The best thing about writing a blog is to be able to do completely self-indulgent lists like this one. A continuation of my list of favorite movies of all time, number 11 through 30. Click here for part one.