Want to Know How to Keep Your Kids Off Dope? Order Matt Molgaard’s ‘Say No to Drugs’ Now!
It’s been a long road for a mere 15,000 words.
Writing Say No to Drugs has been a blast. A cautionary piece designed to scare the hell out of readers as well as discourage potential drug users, the book is a dual-shot that reads like a throwback double feature you’d see at the drive-in… If drive-ins still existed.
Monstrous transformations and a battle with otherworldly creatures lay in wait. As does a contrasting piece written by the innocent mind of a 12 year old girl. That girl being my daughter, Aolani, of course!
Say No to Drugs is now available in ebook format on Amazon, and I’m hoping you’ll take the time and invest the two bucks to jump into my sadistic world. You may just find yourself thoroughly entertained! That said, if you don’t pick this one up and read it, you could eventually die a dishonorable death!
Check out the official cover (courtesy of the wizard, Dan Melby):
Dig on the synopsis: A double feature told in the tradition of vintage drive-in tales, Say No to Drugs serves as a reminder that some clichés are worth paying heed. In The Pot, the first of two tales, terror turns green, while Blue – the double feature’s second tale – should encourage hard drug users to think twice before mixing fatal cocktails.
Ray Waltz just wanted to get high as he ushered dreaded high school years into a deep crevice designed to bury life’s strangest of moments; never to be revisited again. But Jimmy Hanniger, local weed-man with the strongest herb in town held different designs for Ray and his future.
If only Ray had just said no.
In Blue a confused young man must decipher the visual riddles surrounding him. Why are the walls a sudden and mesmerizing blue? Why is there a body sprawled across the floor. And just what is that forcing its way through an ocean of turmoil, bound for dry land; bound for murderous actions?
Find out in longtime entertainment journalist, Matt Molgaard’s debut double feature, crafted with the intent of pleasing those who favor the whacky, absurd grindhouse style of yesteryear.
Looking forward to reading this! Also, drive-in’s do still exist. There’s something like 3 that I know of in Cincinnati alone. Not quite as many as there used to be, but they are still out there.
they’re so damn rare though! It brings tears to my eyes lol
Matt, I was just about to mention that there were some in Cincinnati….I guess you’re from there too? LOL…..Matt, will have a review up on my site this week sometime, as well as Amazon, just finished it up tonight!
good or bad, I’m excited to hear your thoughts!
Just posted my review on Amazon.
HUGE thanks, my friend! I’m having a damn fine morning with a few new favorable reviews coming in. Enough of these get published and I may well spark the buzz I need! You rock, brother!
My pleasure Matt, keep em comin!