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Meet Bosley Gravel, author of Cannibal Lesbian Zombies from Outer Space vs. Doctor Clockwork and his Furious Plastic Surgeons of Doom: THE MOVIE. Synopsis: Stewart A. Smithee lives in a small town but he thinks big. Behind the counter of the local grocery store, he plans to break into the movie business by writing, directing, producing and filming his masterpiece Sci Fi flick. Bosley Gravel claims to be an eclectic hack writer, was born in the Midwest, and came of age in Texas and southern New Mexico. He writes in a variety of genres. His fiction focuses on the absurdly tragic, and the tragically absurd. He likes good black coffee, nightmares, Billie Holiday, and that hour just before the sun comes up. Join us for an interesting conversation about writing, publishing, and all the things in between!
About Tory Allyn:
Tory Allyn currently resides in Upstate New York. Although born in Syracuse, he was raised in the quaint town of Baldwinsville with his brother and two sisters, who drove him into becoming the crazy person he is today. As a child, he made up many a tale. Some funny; others dark and brooding, but all started him on the path to writing. Today, his nephew, lovingly referred to as The Monster Child, is his partner in crime. Most days, you will see them playing ball at a nearby park, going for a dip in the backyard pool or snowboarding on a popular mountainside. Tory has written his first novel titled, ALTER EGO, has completed a second novel titled, ALTERED STATE, and is currently working on the third which will be titled, ALTER BOUND. All three are a series entitled, THE DAVENPORT DECREES.
About Alter Ego:
Informed by his Captain to retrieve the remnants of a disfigured body, Special Agent JACK STANWICK exited FBI headquarters and raced toward Rockfort, Virginia. As sirens echoed in the distance, he approached the old gravel road that led to Granite's Mill. Jack knew what he was about to see, and with most of 'the brotherhood' dispatched away, outside help was needed. So the experts at the DAVENPORT DETECTIVE AGENCY had to be hired. BREN WILLIAMS, DEREK O'ROURKE and RUSS MUNROE are detectives under the guiding eye of former police chief, RAYMOND DAVENPORT. All four were ex-cops who turned over state's evidence on corruption in their respective precincts, only to be ostracized by the remaining brass. If anyone can immerse themselves fully into ALTER EGO, they can!
Adam Tate and Joey Barnes from Tribute Racing are joined by Christopher DeHarde of Motorsport.com, Editorial Manager of Motorsport.com, Nick DeGroot, and Frank Santoroski of Drafting the Circuits.
The boys will review the NASCAR Sprint Cup season finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway, now with a new champion in Kevin Harvick, as well as breaking down their thoughts on the brand new Chase format now that everything has ended.
Lot's going on as Formula One prepares to crown a champion this weekend in Abu Dhabi, will it be Lewis Hamilton or Nico Rosberg that will score big for Mercedes? A look into the official Ferrari announcement that Sebastian Vettel will team with Kimi Raikkonen in 2015. Marussia reserve driver Will Stevens will make his F1 debut this weekend for backmarker rival Caterham, this is just the latest surprise now that there is word Marussia didn't make it to Yas Marina in time.
There is also the second ever Formula E race taking place this weekend, the Putrajaya ePrix, which should feature a mix of talent from all over the globe once again.
Also, the FIA WEC group is headed to Sao Paulo, we give you our predictions as well as a look back at the great Tom Kristensen, who will be making his last drive in Brazil.
Adam Tate and Joey Barnes of Tribute Racing and Christopher DeHarde of Motorsport.com take a look ahead to the championship deciding rounds for F1 in Abu Dhabi and Homestead for NASCAR and all the implications, controversy and excitement they are sure to bring. They also look at the latest in IndyCar and the various silly season rumors of the moment.
Adam Tate and Joey Barnes of Tribute Racing are teamed with their normal co-host Christopher DeHarde of Motorsport.com to discuss the shananigans from this weekend as F1 and NASCAR touched the Lone Star State. The trio are joined by Josh Farmer from Motorsport Monday, and talented freelance photograher Michael Bishop, whose work can be seen on Popular Speed and the AP (Associated Press). The guys will touch on the silly season of Formula One, as well as the IndyCar schedule. The World Endurance Championship just finished up in Shanghai and World Superbike concluded their season in Losail with a thrilling title battle between Kawasaki's Tom Sykes and Aprilia's Sylvain Guintoli. Mazda Road to Indy hopeful Hunter Brayton, nephew of late Indy driver Scott Brayton, will also join us on the show.
Join Kevin & Karen on the road as they meet local resident artist of Maple Ridge Kat Wahama & Tony Reese. They were kind enough to greet us into their home in Maple Ridge and accompanied the podcast with some of their songs. We ended upntalking about the artist's place within society, their struggles and what an artist faces off in a world all too preoccupied with economic developpement.
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Adam Tate and Joey Barnes of Tribute Racing and Christopher DeHarde of Motorsport.com talk all the latest in racing. Especially this weekend's upcoming U.S. Grand Prix from the Circuit of the Americas in Austin, TX. They talk all the latest in F1, the struggles of Marussia and Caterham, the condition of Jules Bianchi and what is next for Fernando Alonso and Ferrari. They also talk about the NASCAR chase and its trip to Texas Motor Speedway the same weekend F1 will be in Austin. More on IndyCar Aero-kits and the soon to be released 2015 schedule. WEC, MotoGP and WSBK round out the conversation in the latest episode of In the Gravel Trap
Adam Tate and Joey Barnes of Tribute Racing team up with Christopher DeHarde from Motorsport.com on the latest episode of In the Gravel Trap. The boys talk about the latest in silly season moves from Formula One, and even IMSA. Also, Chris reviews the Bathurst 1000. The trio will delve into the new IndyCar aerokits, Indy Lights, and what is going on in the world of WEC, along with the latest in the NASCAR Chase for the Championship.
Adam Tate and Joey Barnes of TributeRacing.com talk about all the latest in motorsport news including the final races of F1, WEC, and NASCAR as well as the ever changing F1 and IndyCar Silly season with major players changing teams left and right ahead of 2015. We also look ahead to the upcoming United States Grand Prix from the Circuit of the Americas in Austin, Texas. The latest on Jules Bianchi and if Alexander Rossi will be the first American to start a Formula One Grand Prix since Scott Speed in 2007.
Rachel Kambury knew her passion from the age of eight and published her first fictionalized account about a paratrooper in WWII when she was seventeen. For those of us who have spent most of our early adulthood trying to understand our conflicting passions around writing, Rachel knew early on that being a writer was her destiny. We discussed her current work in progress, her new campaign to give her book Gravel a facelift, and her love of research and historical details that make her writing so compelling.
Adam Tate and Joey Barnes from Tribute Racing team with Motorsport.com's Christopher DeHarde to discuss Formula One in Russia, and the impact from Jules Bianchi incident at Suzuka. Also, it's silly season in racing and that means some of the best drivers in each series have been moving in F1 and IndyCar. Andretti Autosport has big shoes to fill with the departure of James Hinchcliffe to Schmidt Peterson Motorsports to replace Simon Pagenaud, who left to become the 4th driver at Team Penske. The World Endurance Championship hits Fuji, and we give you our picks on who we think will win the 6 hour race.
Tonight we will discuss the Horror Anthology “Temporary Skeletons”.
Temporary Skeletons is a collection of weird and creepy works from some of the best voices in fiction today. From ancient lords of the forest to the waste and decay of a fast food culture, this anthology is a feast of fear. Try not to get freaked out by the dark tales contained within these covers. Grab a friend to keep you company as you explore the shadowy recesses inside the skulls of these edgy, modern writers.
With us on the show will be Authors: Sara Rich, Josh Brown, Jeremy Mays, David Schütz II, Mary Genevieve Fortier, Rick Powell, Bosley Gravel and the book's publisher, Timm Tayshun.
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