Showing posts from March, 2015

Your chance to WIN A GREAT AUDIOBOOK from The Butcher Shop #ACX_com

This is a story of how tragedy can turn into something more positive when you least expect it to and how so many lives can be changed in the process. The Butcher Shop is giving away 25 free downloads of this audiobook in return for leaving a review at My new passion of recording audiobooks just needs some honest reviews so I can tell stories to many more people. All you have to do is leave a comment down below with your name and email. The first 25 responders to this particular blog post will receive a code for a free download of this audiobook at All I ask is that you leave a review of the narration at #ACX_com

H.P. Lovecraft Cthulhu Pop! Vinyl Figure

H.P. Lovecraft Cthulhu Pop! Vinyl Figure              The Evil One... he slinks about in the shadows, looking to devour souls and drive the weak-minded to insanity. The other Pop! Vinyls better watch out when you bring this little demon home! The H.P. Lovecraft Cthulhu Pop! Vinyl Figure measures approximately 4 3/4-inches tall. Ages 14 and up. Age:  14+

Free shipping on LEGENDS OF CTHULHU action figures

Legends of Cthulhu Action Figure Case                The first retro action figure line based on the works of H.P. Lovecraft! Cthulhu-themed figures based on figures of the late 1970s and early 1980s. Articulated 3 3/4-inch action figures include character-specific accessories. The Deep One, The Cultist, Spawn of Cthulhu, Professor! Case contains 12 individually packaged action figures. Legends of Cthulhu is a 3 3/4-inch action figure line based on similar figures of the late 1970s and early 1980s. It's the first retro action figure line based on the works of H.P. Lovecraft! Great care was taken to design these figures in a way that's true to the time period, with appropriate articulation, awesome character-specific accessories, and deco consistent with the era. Each figure comes in blister-card packaging. Ages 15 and up. This Legends of Cthulhu Action Figure Case contains 12 individually packaged action figures: 2x Deep One 2x Cultist 6x Spawn of Cthulhu

Your chance to win a FREE AUDIOBOOK on The Butcher Shop! #ACX_com

The Butcher Shop will be giving away 25 copies of the audiobook CASTLE CLASH GAME GUIDE. Narrated by yours truly, Matt Butcher, the first 25 commenters on this particular blog post who agree to post an honest review at Audible will be given an code to download the entire CASTLE CLASH GAME GUIDE audiobook for absolutely free. All I ask in return is an honest review on the website. Can you do that? If you can, please leave your name and email in the comments down below. I'm trying to generate interest in my burgeoning audiobook narrations. I am working on DELTA FORCE VAMPIRE: INSURGENCY, HUNTER'S CHOICE, and FALLEN EMPIRE. #ACX_com


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Review of Cimarronin

I received this book through NetGalley: The Foreworld Saga: Cimarronin: Fall of the Cross #1 Written by Neal Stephenson, Charles C. Mann, Mark Teppo, Ellis Amdur Art by Dean Kotz You'd think with four writers that a reader would be able to tell what is going on in the story. After reading issue #1, I have no idea who these characters are, nor do I care about them at all. Sure, I understand that there's a leader of the Africans who get hauled off as slaves, that there is one white man who wants to fight as well, but the entire narrative is so disjointed and hard to follow that I have no idea who is who. The bad guys are one dimensional. The good guys seem to have no real passion to me. Sorry for saying this, but this just appears to be a group effort to quickly write a basic story and get it out there. I don't feel any real passion. Except for the art, I don't see any passion in this book whatsoever. Dean Kotz showcases some great images that help to

A Review of The Room by Jonas Karlsson

The Room by Jonas Karlsson A review by Matt Butcher Literary fiction is not dead--it just needed a wake up call. Most casual readers think that literary fiction is so hard to read, that it's not like popular fiction. That is true in some cases. I defy real, regular people to explain to me that James Joyce is nice Saturday afternoon's read. It doesn't have to be like that at all, and Jonas Karlsson proves that. The story of a regular office worker who discovers a "room" into which he can disappear can be read at face value and be read as an oddly comic commentary of modern life. Or it can be read as a metaphor of the human condition, much like Melville's "Bartleby the Scrivener," if you want an esoteric literary reference. The point is that it can be read. It can be read and discussed and enjoyed and discussed in many different ways with many different people. I love its quick pacing and the simple mystery of "the room." I lo

My third audiobook! #ACX_com

#ACX_com My third audiobook went on sale today, a game guide for Castle Clash. Hey, it's a start! I sold one of the Looney Tunes Dash game guides today too, making it my official first sale! Available now on Audible and soon on Amazon and iTunes!

Second audiobook!

Just a little video game guide but it's another foot in the door of this awesome audiobook project I've got going on! Looney Tunes Dash Game Guide Available now at and soon at Amazon and iTunes. #ACX_com

First official audibook!

I am so excited to announce that my first official audiobook is now complete and for sale at . Selflessness in the Midst of Tragedy by Scott Stevens is the tale of a horrible accident and the supreme power of forgiveness. I am excited to be working with authors and getting their stuff out there in audio form. I love doing audio books and hope my talents are adequate. I am working on several more and will list them here when they are for sale! So exciting! #ACX_com

I just saw "illegal" spelled "alegal" on a paper...

March 01, 2015 at 01:49PM via Facebook

Watching an episode of The Flash from the 90s. All of the bad guy's info is on one 3 1/4" disk that holds 1.44 MB. What could be on it?

March 01, 2015 at 11:11AM via Facebook