And Now a Public Service Announcement From a Doctor on the Dangers of Being Bitten On the Butt By a Toilet Gator

Hey 3.5 readers.

Bookshelf Q. Battler here.  As you know, I am a civic minded humanitarian.  In fact, after writing two chapters of my upcoming novel, Toilet Gator, I became so concerned about the serious medical conditions that could result from being bitten on the butt by a toilet gator that I secured the services of an esteemed doctor to warn the public in this very important public service announcement:

Hmm.  Come to think of it, I didn’t check her medical credentials or anything, but this seems hella legit.

By the way, if you want to read the first two rough draft chapters of toilet gator, you can do so by clicking here.

And thank you to this wonderful doctor for caring enough to warn the public about the dangerous effects of toilet gator butt bites.  If you want to hire Dr. Lisa Marie to make a video for you, check her out on Fiverr.

Curse you, Fiverr.  You’ve become my new addiction.

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2 thoughts on “And Now a Public Service Announcement From a Doctor on the Dangers of Being Bitten On the Butt By a Toilet Gator

  1. I checked out the first two chapters. I like your writing style. It reminds me of some books I read by John Swartzwelder. He’s a writer on the Simpsons, but wrote some books like The Time Machine Did It and the Exploding Detective. Your humor is very similar.

    • Cool. I’ll have to check him out. I do love The Simpsons.

      I’m starting to think that I should gravitate more to books like this. Zom Fu, the Westerns take a lot of thought and research and so on whereas in a zany comedy you can take a lot of license.

      Kind of like Airplane. No one asked why the air traffic controller is watching a turkey in the microwave instead of a computer, it’s just funny. Similarly, no a full grown gator can’t fit through a toilet but it’s fun so hopefully people cut me slack and just laugh.

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