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WEIRD WEED is FREE 4/20-4/21

Weird_Weed_Cover_for_Kindlehttp://www.amazon.com/Weird-Weed-strange-stoner-stories-ebook/dp/B01CQ74XXE

If you get yourself a free ebook to spark with, please leave an honest review. The authors appreciate it!

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The High Water trilogy is complete

Wow! It’s been a few years of putting this together, and now we’re complete. It feels good.

HIGH WATER, PART 3: HANG EM HIGH!

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This series started with an idea: what would a bunch of kung fu loving stoners do in a zombie apocalypse?

By the time I got to the third novel, there were Amish zealots, ancient conspiracies, villains becoming heroes, and heroes losing their innocence. Zombies became the most mundane part. The characters came to life in my mind. It became a story of friendship, love, and the mutual adoration of a substance that makes life a little better.

This was the series where I really found my writing chops. The people in the story went from one dimensional characters with funny one liners in High Water, to people struggling with real adversity in High Water: Low Point, to people struggling with the end of the world in Hang ‘Em High.

I’ve moved on to other book series at this point, but High Water will always be the story that launched my foray into literature. Zombie novels are a dime a dozen, but I think I made something special, and I’ll always be proud of it.

Thanks for your support, as always!

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Weird Weed is live! Strange stoner stories

WEIRD WEED

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Here’s a project I’ve been working on for awhile. Starting with a few short stories of my own, Weird Weed became a collaborative project between myself, Mara K Eton and Tyler Haas.

If you’ve been reading the blog, you probably know by now that both are writing in this venerated little medium we call Pot Fiction. Tyler draws, Mara writes, and the both of them have strong lungs, it suffices to say.

Inside Weird Weed, you’ll find short stories about 19th century Jamaica, space travel, stoned animals, horror, love and loss, love found, weird sickos and lunatics, beloved friends and generally a lot of weed smoke. Seriously, the ganja drips off this book.

One unfortunate thing I found with some of

these stories is that they aren’t publishable. In fact, I’ve gotten some really disheartening letters back from magazine editors.

Literally: “This will promote drug use”.

Yeah, no shit.

Call it sour grapes, but I think that this is what self publishing is all about: sharing things without a middleman.

If you stay tuned, we’ll have a 4/20 sale where you can pick it up at a discount.

Thanks for all your support.

 

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DEVIL WEED, a marijuana horror story, is FREE until Halloweed!

Hey everyone! Long time no see. That’s right, you can get my horror novella for FREE until Saturday at midnight!

http://www.amazon.com/Devil-Weed-R-W-Tucker-ebook/dp/B0160LK9LMCannabis_leaf_2

If you like disgusting, vile stories of horror and the macabre, you’re going to love this one about a killer strain of weed.

Stay tuned for more updates. Lots of publishing coming very soon, I haven’t stopped working to bring you awesome pot fiction entertainment.

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[Announcement] High Water now in Paperback

Greetings readers!

I’ve been very busy writing instead of blogging, because if I have time for one, I will focus on the writing.

In my spare time, I’ve been finishing up the PAPERBACK VERSION of High Water.

http://www.amazon.com/High-Water-1-R-W-Tucker/dp/1502565927/

This is incredibly exciting. I’m selling it for about as cheap as I can possibly make it. Part 2, High Water: Low Point, will be available in paperback very soon as well.

At the same time, I’ve also finished a draft of Part 3, which should be available as an ebook and a paper copy by the end of the year.

Thanks for your support, and hope to see your (honest) review on Amazon soon.

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[Announcement] High Water Audiobook, narrated by Jeff Hays

You know, it’s always awesome to see someone truly committed to their work.

Jeff Hays has been extremely busy lately. I first heard him narrate Dead of Night, by MR Forbes, among other works, and I was blown away at the performance. He’s got this sarcastic lilt to his voice that lends an edge to the author’s portrayal of people and situations.

I’m happy to say that Jeff is going to narrate my kung fu/zombie/stoner book, and furthermore, turn it into a all out audio drama. Here’s a sample he produced for me just the other day:

How dope is that chapter? I’m pumped.

Please give it a listen and support him. If you’re into audiobooks at all, you’re going to see this guy going places. His portfolio exploded over the past year.

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Interview: Mara K Eton, author of “The Hypocrites”

We’re very excited to have had a chance to talk to Mara K Eton. We reviewed her book and loved it. In the niche that is Pot Fiction, her contribution is one of the best we’ve encountered yet.

The interview was pretty dynamic, and Mara was willing to answer some “encore” questions after the fact. Hope you enjoy!

You can find her book wherever ebooks are sold and also on her website.

Pot Fiction, RW Tucker: Why did you decide to anchor the narrative in the rehab group? https://i0.wp.com/ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/31EfbOKEPXL._SY344_BO1,204,203,200_.jpg

Mara K Eton: It was only after I finished writing Cracked Eggs [Ed. the short story that inspired the rest of the book] did I decide I’d like to explore the lives of other people involved with the meeting. I started the project with the intention of just writing a short story. I was thrilled to have finished a short story. It had been several years of unfinished stories and half-assed ideas that went nowhere. After a couple edits, I realized that Sean and her story would be a good starter for a collection of stories as other characters from the meeting potentially felt more dynamic to me.

RWT: Is there anything behind the name of the town the book is set in? Did Kansas have a hemp industry at one time?

ME: The name of the town, Hempstead, is definitely a kind of “wink, wink” to Kansas’ history of growing industrial hemp in the early 1900s. While there is no such town in Kansas named Hempstead, there is in New York.

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