A cutting edge Publisher of New Pulp and Genre Fiction, Pro Se Productions and author Frank Schildiner take readers back to a time of rock and roll music, soda shops, atomic bomb tests, and oversized insects in the latest Pro Se Single Shot digital – Schildiner’s Big Ol’ Scorpion!
“Everybody loves,” says Tommy Hancock, Editor in Chief and Partner in Pro Se Productions, “those classic monster movies where things once small come stomping out of radiated deserts to terrorize the townsfolk. Not only does Frank capture that spirit perfectly in this story, but he does it with a rather unique take on the hero. His musician is most definitely shrouded in shades of all the great 1950s rockabilly performers, but there’s more to him than meets the eye and that makes this story really sing.”
Big Ol’ Scorpion is the tale as classic as fiction itself. A Rockabilly guitarist comes to town and ends up facing down a giant monster straight out of the atomic era. The pages almost flicker like a black and white television as noted New Pulp and Genre author Schildiner reaches back to the era of 1950s nuclear fear inspired mutation movies and pits a musician playing the Devil’s music against everyone’s worst nightmare.
Big Ol’ Scorpion by Frank Schildiner. Cover Art and Design By Jeffrey Hayes, Digital Formatting by Russ Anderson. Available for download for 99 cents at Amazon, Smashwords, Barnes & Noble, and www.prose-press.com.
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