Cold Blood
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Cold Blood
Published:
8/13/2012
Format:
Perfect Bound Softcover
Pages:
226
Size:
6x9
ISBN:
978-1-47712-855-8
Print Type:
B/W
Cold Blood had taken a few months to write, originally, and this was an early novel. This novel was science fiction. Mickey King Kong, a vampire novel, had been classified as Hitler Wins. Norma Shearer, the Oscar Winner and the protagonist, had been a vampire. Mickey King Kong, the world’s biggest monster, had been turned into a vampire, by Norma Shearer. The earth had been destroyed, and so had all the other celestial bodies, except the moon, which turned to ice. Most beings don’t have a mouth, fangs, teeth, or beak. This novel has the most racial slurs and usages of profanity, in a book, debatably. The novel also includes the character of Vlad the Impaler.Cold Blood had taken a few months to write, originally, and this was an early novel. This novel was science fiction. Mickey King Kong, a vampire novel, had been classified as Hitler Wins. Norma Shearer, the Oscar Winner and the protagonist, had been a vampire. Mickey King Kong, the world’s biggest monster, had been turned into a vampire, by Norma Shearer. The earth had been destroyed, and so had all the other celestial bodies, except the moon, which turned to ice. Most beings don’t have a mouth, fangs, teeth, or beak. This novel has the most racial slurs and usages of profanity, in a book, debatably. The novel also includes the character of Vlad the Impaler.
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Shearerology was a biography of Norma Shearer, Stephen Kiss plans on releasing, in the next few years. Stephen Kiss was in an altercation with a bat and board, after he came up with the world's biggest bat named Niggerface, in the second official Norma Shearer novel Herstory. His monster Mickey King Kong was more than a googolplex foot tall and much, much more than infinity feet tall, an endless monster, too, as well. Stephen Kiss was shot, once, stabbed, hit in the head with a baton, hit in the head with a beer bottle, and other things, before being completely reformed after becoming a rap sheet. His big bangs and explosive amplifications are matters of astronomy, which explain unknown matters of space. He discovered a surplus of more than one big bang. Explosive amplifications are more theoretical, paradoxically. 666 Magnum is a novel, he's going to release, eventually, which is about the world's biggest gun or weapon. He's writing 666 Magnum under the nom de plume: Clint Nicholson. This nom de plume was based on Clint Eastwood and Jack Nicholson. Jeerer is a novel he did under: Jim Bronson. Jim Bronson was a nom de plume based on Joseph Conrad's Lord Jim and Charles Bronson. Herbert Kipps Titus Oates was the nom de plume he used for Outer Zone, which was based on H.G. Wells, Leslie Stephens, Rod Serling, Titus Oates, and Joyce Carol Oates. Invisible Puppet was a short story he will release, eventually. Clive Fish was based on Clive Barker and Albert Fish. Clive Fish was his nom de plume for Invisible Werewolf. Invisible Werewolf was a story about the biggest werewolf, which was invisible, partly. Big Monster was his novel about Big Ed, which was written under Rudyard Siodmak, which was based on Rudyard Kipling and Kurt Siodmak. J.R.R.R.R. Tolystoy was the nom de plume he used to write War and Peace Three, a concoction of J.B. Watson and Leo Tolstoy. J.R.R.R. Faulkner was a combination of John Steinbeck, John Dos Pasos, and William Faulkner for the novel: Citizen Pinhead. For barely several years, he has worked on his memoir, a borrowed title of Herman Melville, which was borrowed from the first novel, of Herman Melville, Typee, and this memoir was entitled Rage and Pain.
 
 


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