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S.P. Mount

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While yesterdays inspire him, S P combines those experiences with the possibility of tomorrows and a vivid imagination to create his unique prose.

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So, with the onset of Christmas, most of us look for stocking stuffers, little things, gadgets whatever, and what I’ve seen all over the Internet - as I do every year - is this attractive little gadget pictured above. The one I saw on the company's website that this blog post pertains t

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Published on December 29, 2020 19:18
Average rating: 4.38 · 81 ratings · 16 reviews · 17 distinct works
Prickly Scots Pt I

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Warped Mirrors

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Prickly Scots Pt II

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Prickly Scots - Pts I & II

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Hello, Thank You & Goodbye

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Weird Little Travel Stories

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Little Nut Jobs

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Desolate - short stories & ...

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The Hairdresser

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Moments in Millennia: A Fantasy Anthology (Science Fiction & Fantasy)
1 chapters   —   updated May 13, 2015 06:36PM
Description: Black Ice by S. P. Mount: Men have become mindless drones controlled by chip implants and a master satellite. Can one serial killer imprisoned for a thousand years give them the will to truly live?
The Hairdresser (Seeing Red_ (Literature & Fiction)
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Description: A memoir from the perspective of a sleazy prostitute on the lam across Canada, but one must forgive the candid nature with which Jennyfer delivers her shocking narrative; her dreadful say-it-as-it-is politically incorrect disposition, for what does a working girl without the benefit of education or any semblance of guidance know about matters of prose or decorum? A used-up sex addict for as long as she can remember, getting by on carefree attitude, this sorry soul is probably the most appalling creature you could ever hope not to meet, but, at the same time, might just develop a degree of sympathy for. Now under the 'prison' wing of a caring mentor who saw potential; teaching her how to read and write, was it possible that Jennyfer could've been so much more; a skilled writer, a politician even, for certainly, amid describing her seedy exploits, she has no problem digressing to suggest exactly what's wrong with this country today. Sadly it's much too late for rehabilitation; a price to be paid for that happy-go-lucky brashness with which she approached her life, but determined to leave some kind of legacy before going to the big street corner in the sky, the intimate details of her life, she suspects, might just becomes her ultimate 'climax', not soon to be forgotten - even if she does suspect that her scandalous propensity for the use of profanity will be watered down considerably.
The Hairdresser (Reversal of Fortune) (Literature & Fiction)
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Description: Adeptly disguising a psychopathic disposition with his movie star looks a young man born on the wrong side of the tracks decides to combine his God-given skills to achieve an über-luxurious lifestyle. After a drug-infested life on the street, intent on claiming everything and anything that the universe has cheated him of, at the suggestion of a conniving, gold-digging girlfriend, Jens becomes a hairdresser in a high-end salon with the intention of manipulating its rich clientele. But if he wasn't mortal he'd be a deity; could never be content with clinging to the middle-to-top rung of the socioeconomic ladder. No, it'd take a disgusting amount of money to surpass the heights at which people like Lady Agnes Cragthorpe and the undeserving Douglas Chypmunk perched and whose family fortunes combined would put the Bank of Canada to shame. Yes, the target in Jens' crosshairs might just take a sliding ladder to reach - in fact, one that reached all the way to the heavens. The sexual desire of both this elderly woman, whom Jens greatly admires, and aging gay man for whom his contempt is hardly contained, becomes the crux of his convoluted plan; preoccupied by latent libidos, they're determined to literally kick up their heels before they kick the bucket. And so when Agnes imports an ugly young gigolo from a luxury cruise, it's all Jens needs to bring to fruition a most outrageously concocted plan designed to double-cross Douglas and push him into a murderous situation.
Prickly Scots Pts I & II (Select)
1 chapters   —   updated May 13, 2015 06:33PM
Description: Could just one simple misunderstanding in our youth have changed the entire course of our lives? It did for one intellectually gifted girl who believed she murdered her parents on Loch Ness on her sixteenth birthday. Now an embittered, alcoholic spinster secluded within the solitariness of her beautiful mind, Sadie Wallace gets the chance of a lifetime, literally, to change everything about her past. But what might that mean for the people around her in her ancestral home turned orphanage - some of whom she's completely unaware only exist because she whacked her parents with an oar once upon a time? But eidetic memory or not, when a mysterious celestial occurrence known as The Blue Phenomenon appears over Scotland on New Year's Eve followed by an abandoned baby in the grounds of Burnside Manor, the events of that day in 1934 begin to change beyond recognition - and not just in her mind.
Prickly Scots Pt II (Humor)
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Description: Largely set in Inverness, this part of the story sees a biblical artefact being sought out - the object of Archie’s task and with being hunted down and accused of being a warlock, it isn’t an easy one. But whom does he meet along the way? You just might be surprised. Who gets to live, and where? And who dies? Does the first clue even get solved, will the MacGregor’s be accepted in the galactic community at last, and will Shona Clancy finally discover Eglington Castle? With surprising twists and turns right through to the very last page of this book; I wouldn’t even try to guess; I wrote it, and yet... it can still take even me by surprise!
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This is indeed an eclectic compendium – something for everyone, perhaps, but of course by its very nature, not every story for everyone - (and, full disclosure, I am one of the contributing authors). You too will have your favourites, depending on yo ...more
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This is indeed an eclectic compendium – something for everyone, perhaps, but of course by its very nature, not every story for everyone - (and, full disclosure, I am one of the contributing authors). You too will have your favourites, depending on yo ...more
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Secrets in the Shadows by Heige S. Boehm
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The telling of this coming of age story was a rare and refreshing treat. It depicts, through a unique lens, a side of WWII from the perspective of innocent boys carried away by a false sense of glory at the prospect of serving their country–until rea ...more
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“Judging the intellect of others where comprehension is lacking, is like a mutt judging the groom of Best in Show.”
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“My wallpaper and I are fighting a duel to the death. One or the other of us has to go.”
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S.P. Mount Jean wrote: "For me, you are one of the most interesting writers on GOODREADS..."
Why thank you Jean, I'd be very flattered, that coming from anybody, but especially from an international best selling author... well that's just amazing.


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Jean Sasson For me, you are one of the most interesting writers on GOODREADS...


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