Ready for something different? The Bayou Boogaloo’s got it.
In today’s Amazon world, “fiction” is a broad definition. Going away…
Wait, now that I think about it, let me digress.
I studied Journalism at the University of Mississippi. I also minored in English and Spanish. Mentioned elsewhere, I learned I enjoyed writing creative fiction but until 2003, I lacked anything worthy to write about, something with impact, until the idea for Killing Jane Fonda erupted.
I’ve been working on Killing Jane Fonda for an incredible amount of time — starting, stopping, restarting. Doing so resulted in an amalgam of writing style and skill. But that’s not the point — fiction.
Writing is an artform.
When Fifty Shades of Grey hit the mainstream, I decided to have a look at the ‘art’ within its pages.
It sucked. Yes, it sucked — but you know what, I don’t have a two movie deal and I still have bills.
One day, while flying in Afghanistan, a buddy asked me if I’d heard of Bigfoot porn, to which I replied, “no.”
Apparently, it’s a thing. Moreover, it directs you to a weird part of Amazon.com populated with dinosaur porn, minotaur porn, mermaid porn, gay, straight you name it.
I bought “Snowed in with the Yeti” out of curiosity but found the “Moan for Bigfoot” series for free online.
Most of the sub-screed there are little more than essays of less than 2k words targeted towards the perverse.
Birth of The Bayou Boogaloo
I decided to try my hand and actually produce something funny, raw yet plausible and produced Soul Tool, Revenge of the Cadaver Dick.
Given the short fiction centers in Louisiana, revolves around smut, I figured I needed a pseudonym and thusly, The Bayou Boogaloo was formed. Someday, I’ll return to write more and let my “fingers do the talking”.