genre: a science fantasy romance action comedy
Are you ready for a dinner date ... with death? There’s Fun! There’s Food! There’s Action! There’s Romance! And there’s a whole lot more than that happening inside of the light-blue room of Shaunté Cuisine!
George was dining at Shaunté Cuisine, famed for their cattle-moth steak, until a floozy from the 1950s sauntered up to his booth, to become his unexpected dinner guest! Are her rhyming allusions as innocent as her pink pastel dress, or is this curious woman on a catering assignment to intercept George, and his cattle-moth eating ways? Regardless of her motives, and her annoying smile, Lynda will keep George company and get to eat her favorite Tigeracle dippers before the night is over! “Oh yay! Yay; yay; yay!” as Lynda would say.
"A Taste of Death" -- Featuring good food, questionable romance, intense action, and much, much more than you’re paying for!
Also includes: The "Famous," Mr. Dennys
Excerpt from "A Taste of Death"....
As George tore into the bloody cattle-moth steak, a floozy wearing a pink pastel dress layered ‘round with fuzzy dangly balls, and a pair of shiny black, knee-high boots, sauntered up to his booth. Her dark liquid, obsidian eyes, set within her thin oval face, matched her jet-black, shoulder length hair nicely. With a big predatory smile plastered across her big stupid face, she said, “Hey-hey, daddy-o! O; o; o! You mind if I join you? You; you; you?”
George devoured three good bites of his tender and delicious cattle-moth steak before he acknowledged the floozy standing over him. With thin red juices dripping off his clean shaven chin, he glanced up at Lynda, and said, “Huh?”
“Cool-cool, honeychild-o-mine,” she said, tucking a lose strand of hair behind an ear, and, flashing a smile broader than before, she slid into the booth uninvited. “My name’s Lynda; Lynda Lipstyle. What’s your name, honeylove? Love; love; love!”
With the cattle-moth juices still dripping off his chin, George eyed Lynda like a lone wolf protecting his meal. After a measured silence, he answered, “I’m George; George du Chute-Tu.” He grabbed a napkin and wiped his mouth. Great, now I have to act all civilized with this chow sitting in front of me. Blet! He tossed the napkin aside and resumed attacking his bloody cattle-moth steak.
USA link: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00EJOSK4Q/ref=s9_simh_gw_p351_d1_i1?pf_rd_m=ATVPDKIKX0DER&pf_rd_s=center-2&pf_rd_r=1GMZH125RKAENYRRQPRV&pf_rd_t=101&pf_rd_p=1389517282&pf_rd_i=507846
UK link: http://www.amazon.co.uk/A-Taste-of-Death-ebook/dp/B00EJOSK4Q/ref=pd_rhf_gw_p_t_1_RTJJ
About the Author:
An Art Institute dropout, Curtis Lee Cancino is a venerable nobody. While most sci-fi writers have worked a cavalcade of jobs, Curtis has not. With minimal work skills and life experience, he is a spiritual philosopher with an open mind for the possibilities of life. The endless beauty of life is the testament of those possibilities; even in a mediocre life such as Curtis Lee Cancino's. His work history spans from being a warehouse worker to flipping burgers, and being a busboy, a dishwasher, and, most recently, a groundskeeper. Outside menial busy tasks for money, Curtis stays busy working on personal projects that range from reading and writing to producing techno music (as Kurt-thee-Inducer,) and drawing. Although lacking in material possessions and serious relationships, he stays positive through all challenges great and small. Curtis Lee Cancino offers his editing, ghost writing, and artistic services as CLC Design.
Friend page - get to know me:
Author page - gets less updates than my friend page:
Techno music page - my personal rambunctious tunes for you to groove to!:
Link to my other amazing stories on amazon - more witty characters and daring situations to fall in love with!: