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"Viktor Maxckmillian is a man on a deadly mission: to find his dear wife, Audrianna, who has been kidnapped. For this he has turned to his old pack for help; the werewolves that Viktor has long cut off all ties.

However, Xin, Leader of the pack, is not impressed with Viktor’s comeuppance. He knows that when the shit hits the fan - they all come crawling back to Daddy. .."

Blurb, Do Or Die by E.R. Baine



Saturday, January 4, 2020

Yup, I don'e gone and did it now. Is this the end of the cocaine trade?


Well, there you have it. Finally the main story is revealed. Somebody hand me a mimosa while I soak in the hot tub and take in all the quick diatribe that is going to follow a reveal like this.
The end of the cocaine trade? Like you could ever come up with a story like that.
How gimmicky? As if that is even possible.
Sounds stupid. And for a paranormal romance? No romance reader wants to read about anything like that. Romance readers only care about HEAs. They don’t want to read about anything they have to think about.
And my favourite, the cocaine trade has been around since the beginning of time, everybody around the world has tried to end it, what makes you think that you have the answer.
Well, let’s start with that last one. I have a theory about cocaine. I have for some time. But I didn’t know if I wanted to work on it in reality or put it in a book.
Then I thought about the time I used to watch the show Forensic Files on The Learning Channel when I was younger. I remember watching an episode where an FBI agent was questioning a middle school/ primary school boy about events that had happened to him that day going through what had taken place minute by minute in his investigation of a crime having taken place. I remember the CSIs pouring mould (dental stone) into the shoeprint in the dirt and I thought to myself “This would make a great TV show. Like an actual drama not just an informative programme on the learning channel.”
Then years later someone came up with CSI and that blew up and I thought “Damn. Did I miss my shot?” So I decided not to let another great idea just pop into my head and not do anything about it. And here I am once again, with a great idea for a story. Which, quite frankly, is one of many. And I’ve decided to introduce all of them in this series. Quite frankly. So the main storyline four books in, seven years later, is the end of the cocaine trade. And this is a story I have to own up to. Yeah, JR Ward’s story about the Black Dagger Brotherhood and the Lessening Society is great, so is George R.R. Martin’s Game of Thrones incorporating zombies is awesome, but as soon as you come up with a story like that, a story that is supposed to end one of the greatest problems of humanity. I have to be careful my book doesn’t turn into another Live Aid concert. Who is erasing poverty? Why do I think I can give a definite blueprint for the destruction of the cocaine trade?
Yo, guys, chillax, it is a work of fiction after all. I’m a romance writer, I’m not here to solve the world’s problems.
But I think it took me this long to write it into the story because I didn’t want it to be gimmicky. I didn’t want to put this storyline in and let it not be about something. Like no explanation. No thought out process, and just have it there as click bait for my series. I wanted to put it in there at the best time and I think book 4 is the best time.
I’m also tying up some loose ends, writing myself out of some very tedious corners I’ve gotten myself into. Personally I would like nothing more that to leave questions hanging in the air for everything that happened in the story so far, like other writers have done to me in the past. But I thought why not close off some chapters, so to speak, I left open in the previous books in this series.
What is funny though is that this kind of vaguely explains what is taking place in the story. I like how I manipulated the story though and made everyone believe that the company was a front for a narco industry. Yeah, ‘cause everyone is doing that, no one is thinking that a secret organisation would work hard to destroy cocaine. And once again, only I could think of this. Me and my twitchy little brain that can be bothered by the smallest littlest thing that no one else would pay attention to.  
Anyway time is of the essence here, I want to get to book five which I have already started and my goal is to release book 5 and 6 at the same time. Plus I had to send out the chapter to people I’m shopping around the TV Show and movie to and copyright and trademark never stopped anybody from stealing anyone else’s property. So as a preemptive strike I have to heavily establish this story in the mainstream as quickly as possible as being my idea and no one else’s. So if you see anyone else out there picking up with where this main story leads to just let them know that you know they stole it from me. Nobody else is writing about ending the cocaine trade but me. So let the ‘snark’ begin.

Wednesday, April 5, 2017

What did The Weeknd do to demand a response like Humble?


Is Kendrick Lamar's new video Humble dissing The Weeknd? It sure does come off that way. But why? Didn't Kendrick Lamar and The Weeknd tour for Sidewalks single off of The Weeknd's Starboy album?

Those two seemed to be getting along quite well. But not only that but the Weeknd surprised Montana with a $100,000.00 as a thank you for putting him on the map. So...what gives? What makes Kendrick Lamar think The Weeknd must sit his butt down and be humble??









And he called him so much stuff...


Look at the lyrics:
Nobody pray for me
If you're not there for me
Waaaaay

(Meaning: Save me your false prayers.)

(He kept referring to him as a girl and a pussy...)
Girl, I can buy yo' ass the world with my paystub
Ooh, that pussy good, won't you sit it on my taste bloods?

Then he refers to him as a baby then softens the blow of his words by suggesting that his tone and lyrics are not as harsh as they could be...
Right stroke put lil' baby in a spiral
Soprano C, we like to keep it on a high note
It's levels to it, you and I know, bitch, be humble

In the video it is like he is talking to a close friend quietly, telling him to be humble...


The visual reference to The Weeknd's head and body being on fire in his video I Can't Feel My Face:




Kendrick Lamar's Lyrics in humble: I'm tired of the photoshop...


He kept refering to the Weeknd as a girl and telling him as the girl in their friendship/ relationship, by telling him:
Still will take you down right on your mama's couch in Polo socks

Telling him that he's a fake:
Watch my soul speak, you let the meds talk, ayy
If I kill a nigga, it won't be the alcohol,   


And on top of that he called him Bitch so many times.

I mean...Big Sean had ego enough to warrant a little over the shoulder cussing in Kendrick Lamar's Bitch Don't Kill My Vibe, but The Weeknd is probably scratching his head and thinking, "Jeez, Lamar. What did I do to deserve this diss?"

To The Weeknd's credit, his album is called Starboy and warrants the massive cgi video compliments to his lyrics. It is a play on words. He is a Star Boy as in he is popular, but he is also not of this world. 

 If you can't say for sure that Humble disses The Weeknd then you watch the video and listen to the lyrics and figure it out on your own.

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