If you have one of those fancy Barnes & Noble Nook eBook readers, two of my books are now available in that format — my collection of short stories, Tales of Misery and Imagination, and a collection of my movie reviews, Unsafe On Any Screen.
If you’re a regular reader of Cheese Magnet, then you probably know what to expect from Unsafe On Any Screen — reviews of trashy movies, and lots of ’em. Tales of Misery and Imagination features stories that range from comedy to horror and lots of crazy business in between. Here are a few quotes from various folks about that book:
“With his goofball characters, ear for quirky dialogue, and always-colorful turns of phrase, Scott S. Phillips is like a modern beat writer — tempered with postmodern sensibilities and a generous dash of observational comedy… But that’s just an erudite, flashy way of saying that no one makes me laugh louder or harder than Scott S. Phillips.” – Brian Jay Jones, author of Washington Irving
“Scott’s narrative blasts and rattles down the road, chasing rabbits and stray chickens out of its path, while his dialogue sprays the countryside like full-automatic fire.” – Victor Milan, from his Introduction
“Triangulate funny, creepy and melancholy, and you’ll find Scott S. Phillips, waiting for a bus.” – Nathan Long, author of The Blackhearts Series
“Oddball, funny, poignant… all descriptions of stories from the delightfully twisted mind of Scott S. Phillips.” – Robert E. Vardeman, author of Burn the Sky
Both books are available in the following formats:
And coming very soon: Squirrel Eyes, a novel — stay tuned for more details.