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(Amazon)   Farker has just released "Richard Partridge's Hawke's Doom", an over-the-top parody novel detailing the ramifications of traveling back in time to score with Hitler's mother   (amazon.com) divider line 9
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2013-03-19 09:33:33 AM
My dream was to have a book on the NYT bestsellers list by the time I was 25.  Today is my 35th birthday.  I'm hoping to sell enough copies of this book that I can afford to buy a time machine so I can travel back to 1995 and publish Harry Potter before J.K. Rowling and thus achieve my dream.
 
2013-03-19 10:28:22 AM
Is the author named Pete?

this time travel Hitler story has been done again and again.  by Pete.
 
2013-03-19 10:34:52 AM
Klara Polzl was quite the saucy little minx, however Alois Schicklgruber looked like a drunken, wife-beating, total farking asshole and you'd probably have to get through him first.
 
2013-03-19 10:39:36 AM

tenpoundsofcheese: Is the author named Pete?

this time travel Hitler story has been done again and again.  by Pete.


How could I possibly tackle the tropes of time travel without the protagonist attempting to stop Hitler? Essentially the small portion of the novel that the Hitler story line occupies is a metaphor for man's inability to let the past remain, while at the same time it is cautionary tale for anyone who plans to have sex with Hitler's mom.
 
2013-03-19 10:41:02 AM
Too . . . many . . . apostrophes . . .
 
2013-03-19 10:43:20 AM

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2013-03-19 10:45:24 AM

Ishkur: Klara Polzl was quite the saucy little minx, however Alois Schicklgruber looked like a drunken, wife-beating, total farking asshole and you'd probably have to get through him first.


The protagonist is a super-scientist.. you think they don't know a thing or two about the art of stealth seduction?

My original draft had Hawke executing Alois in a particularly gory fashion, but my four-year-old told me "Daddy, that's icky", so I changed it.
 
2013-03-19 10:49:18 AM

misterfweem: Too . . . many . . . apostrophes . . .


You raise an interesting point.  I didn't use nearly enough ellipses.
 
2013-03-19 01:29:20 PM
If this book sells well enough, I have an idea for my next one:

Ophelia Crane is a high school junior with a secret. Tom Collins, the boy she loves is not the high school senior/burn victim he appears to be, but is actually a 10,000-year-old undead mummy.  And her best friend, native american Sean Miles-O'Banyon, who is actually a leprechaun, has now professed his love for her.  Can she choose between these men before the readers stop giving a shiat?  Find out in: "The Moonlight Saga: Moonlight, New Moon"
 
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