Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Wolf Story That Will Win All Kinds Of Awards.



Here's this story I'm writing about wolves. I like to tape record my voice when I write a book then I write it out. In words. It's just easier this way. Free form...you know? Like a jazz player but with fucking words and shit instead of musical notes.

This may have to be a multi-part series. Like Roots. But with wolves. And no Levar Burton or the dad from Good Times.

...There's this fucking wolf but he's like a dire wolf so bigger than a grey wolf. And he's the leader of this tribe of other wolves. So at the beginning of the book his dad died or something and then he's banished from the tribe for some reason.....I don't know...I gotta work that out. But anyway he comes back to the tribe and he's all fucking fucked up and shit. Like scrawny and weak because it's hard to find fucking food when you're a wolf and you're on you own because of the way wolves hunt and shit. (It's true. I did research about wolves).

So he comes back in the tribe and and he fights the one leader wolf even though he's weak as shit. Bites his fucking neck, kills him then stands up on this rock and fucking howls. Big ass moon fucking shining on him and he's all strong now because he got energy from the blood from the wolf he just kicked the ass of.

All the other other wolves bow to him. Undisputed wolf leader. Then they go on all these adventures but he can change himself from a wolf into a human warrior. He looks like the dude on the cover of Flirtin' with Disaster (Molly Hatchet album). And he gets all these smokin' hot chick. Big ass titties and shit.


To be continued.....

19 comments:

Dr Zibbs said...

And to commentor Kirkner form yesterday's post: I can't promise this but I MAY need to use you as a consultant.

Dr Zibbs said...

...and help with shirt design ideas.

diane said...

So the narrator of your book is a high school kid from the projects who drops the f-bomb every other word?
I'm going to look up that album cover now.

Anonymous said...

@Trinalikeswine: That was fucking intense. I want to be your editor because I'm really good at phrasing sentences with the F-Word...Also, it's like Twilight but no Vampires...I like that.

Jessica said...

This book NEEDS LeVar Burton to do the audio.

You can do background noises or something.

sybil law said...

Fanfuckingtastic!

Dr Zibbs said...

Sybil - Hell yeah!

Son of a Thomas said...

NO JOHN AMOS!!! (Dad from Good Times) There is no fucking way I'm readin that shit!

FrogCheeks said...

An epic tome in the vein of Homer's "Odyssey" or Dustin Diamond's "Behind the Bell". Please continue the writing. The world needs your words.

Paticus said...

I wasn't totally sold until "Big ass titties and shit"...Now, I MUST read this story.

The Jules said...

Vampire werewolves?

Orr. . . . .sum!

If you could some how work in a zombie vampire werewolf, who's been mummified, by Frankenstein, in a swamp, well you've covered all your bases then.

Dr Zibbs said...

Paticus - yeah. And it's just going to get better.

Kirkner said...

Best post ever. I love wolfs, Molly Hatchet, and chicks. Cant wait for more. If you give me yur address I will send you the book I red on wolfs. Any way you could add that the wolf drives a kick ass van maybe with a BadCo album cover on the side? I think you'd have to make it so he'd drive that when he's a dude or no one would belief the story.

Son of a Thomas said...

I saw a truck and the back window was a pair if wolf eyes. Too bad I was in a rush I soooo wanted to see who was driving.

Chris said...

I'm having fun picturing you recording this in the waiting room at a doctor's office and several mothers trying to cover their kids' ears.

Wolves rock. I need to get a wolf tshirt because they are so awesome. Right?

Fickle Cattle said...

Interesting story. But your method of writing it is more interesting I think. I may actually try that out.

I am Fickle Cattle.

Dr Zibbs said...

Fickle Cattle - Thanks for reading my blog.

Dr Zibbs said...

Kirkner - that van sounds fucking cherry!

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