Thursday, September 17, 2015

Strange Literary Fiction by C.SeanMcGee

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b00k 001 in the CITY trilogy

83,040  Words  /  Dystopian Literary Fiction

b00k 001 in the dsytopian trilogy: CITY: A Literary Concerto

A Rising Fall is the first book in the dystopian trilogy. The story starts ten years after the blackout as a group of humans struggling to fight off a conscious famine, try to re-learn empathy to save humanity in an old industrial assembly plant. In 3 days; feigned affection, deception and a black heart will take them further into the repression of their own fears in search of unconditional love. 

b00k 011 in the CITY trilogy

88,990 Words  /   Dystopian Fairy Tale

b00k 011 in the dystopian trilogy: CITY:A Literary Concerto

Through the charred wreckage of one man’s philosophy, an adventure into conscious delusion and dark dystopian fantasy begins as the survivors of The Nest find themselves on three paths where each will endeavor to rein their conscious minds to grasp the philosophy of existence and abate the shackles of conscious Famine as they march onwards towards New Utopia.

On one path, Marcos, having woken naked and amnesic at the scorn of ancient women whose immortality derives from the wearing of young girl’s faces like decorative dresses; is chased through a dense wilderness for the face that he wears whilst drifting in and out of conscious Famine, giving a glimpse into The City that was, one of obligation and Infant Industries.

On the second path, in The Kingdom of the Hound, Ruff the dog is awoken to conscious debate, rationalizing and philosophizing with an ostentatious small Chihuahua called The Bitch Queen over the nature of unconditional love as he fights to save the lives of his human friends from being gamed by savage hounds and monolithic boars. 

While on a third path, The Woman will unravel, through conscious delusion, the true extent of her repressions and her loveless abandon as a young girl; Safrine, through childish rhyme, is challenged by a creepy old man into a game of coloured cubes to save her two companions from the effect of The Famine.


12,062  Words

Strange Literary Fiction / Religious and  Philosophical Satire

An unconventional take on unconditional love


92,490  Words   /   Strange Literary Fiction

This is the story of Joao, an uninspiring country boy who moves to a slum in the city with his drunken, violent, preacher father; The Bishop and falls for amiable prostitute named Charity.


8,390  Words

Strange Literary Fiction / Philosophical Satire (live writing experiment)

Based on the Nietzsche proverb - 'he who fights monsters might take care lest he become a monster'

This is the story of Christine and the day she grew a penis.


29,500 Words

Strange Literary Fiction / Black Comedy (live writing experiment)

The end of the world is nigh and only one man can stop the coming apocalypse. Shane MacGowan has the ultimate weapon; the greatest song ever written and to save the world, his mammy and Teresa he just has to remember how it feckin goes. 


21,170  Words

Rock Fiction / Straneg Literary Fiction (live writing experiment)

Rock Book Volume II: Dark Side of the Moon. Set to the music and lyrics and music of Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon, this is the story of Theodore the disenfranchised rabbit; working tirelessly on the moon to dig a hole from one side to the other to let the sun through; playing in a mundane rock band and having sex rampantly but without much zest. 

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Alex and The Gruff (a tale of horror)

96,320  Words

Horror / Strange Literary Fiction

This is the tale of a polite and well-mannered boy named Alex who; after being abducted by a pedophile, develops an incredible bond with an angry and foul mouthed doll called The Gruff who teaches young Alex how to find his voice.

When Alex wakes bound in a wooden coffin to manic cursing and abusing, he finds something he’d never imagined having, a true friend. In the days that follow, a small oddly tempered doll called The Gruff will teach Alex how to say no, how to sharpen his claws and how to kill a man. 

And a triangle of deception will leave Alex wondering who the real victim is.

Based on real events, Alx and The Gruff (a tale of horror) explores the philosophical theme of the effect of the domestication of children through mannerly learning and poses the premise that 'politeness is the discipline of abuse'. 


24,120  Words

Political & Philosophical Satire / Strange Literary Fiction (live writing experience)

The Terror{blist} is an ironic and dark humoured short story that examines the masculinization of idealism and the probable effect of the contrary. In a well of depression, Gavin, quits his telemarketing job and joins a group of radical idealists. In the days leading to his act of terror, a typo has all news stations emasculating the acts of his terror group. Thinking he will be remembered forever as someone less than a man, Gavin ponders the things that men do.

"Real Men Wear Vests"


... or about how everything i own is covered in a fine red dust

14,930 Words

Political Satire / Starnge Literary Fiction

On the night of 'The March', The Teacher will find himself, in the most profound and liberating test of his ideals. Part philosophical and politcal satire, and part gut wrenching horror, The Anarchist, proving once again that C.SeanMcGee is to be found neither on the left nor the right of traditional and scholared ideology, points an ironic, poignant and articuate finger at idealism and its literal implications.

Happy People Live Here

89,460 Words

Strange Literary Fiction

On the ninth floor of an upscale apartment of well to do families, a young couple will come to terms with the loss of their son and the impending release of their daughter from a psychiatric clinic on her fourth birthday.

In the three days leading to Korine being released from the clinic, The Mother, The Father and Linda will each, in their escapism, deal with their own demons. And each will captain their negation and ridicule before eventually, on the third day, falling into some kind of teary and blissful acceptance.

This is a story of happiness, regardless of the hurt and suffering of which it is sometimes garbed.

The Time Traveler's Wife

A cautionary tale of love, mathematics and the innocuous,

Take Risk and Take Care,

C. Sean McGee

Wednesday, September 09, 2015

Author Royalty Donations - UK Animal Shelters - Call Out

Turns out it's not so easy to just 'Give money away'
Trying to find animal shelters in London to take 100% of my UK author royalties. Thanks to the lone surviving cousin of the king of nigeria, this kind of good will comes across as particularly suspicious these days.
Regardless, if you know an animal shelter in the UK and they would like donations, let me know. They need to provide me with some details (Account Holder, Type of account (savings or checking), IBAN number, BIC code, Name of Bank)
Royalties will be paid directly into their account every month via Amazon UK for as long as 'The Time Traveler's Wife' continues to sell.
Take Risk and Take Care,

Tuesday, September 08, 2015

100% of my UK author royalties will now be going to animal shelters

100% of my UK author royalties will now be going to animal shelters.

I am in contact with Amazon UK to see if author royalties earned by The Time Traveler's Wife can be directed to an animal shelter in England on my behalf as i cannot convert royalties earned outside of US into reais (Brazilian currency).

Part of being conscious means I feel, not an obligation, but an opportunity to help and intervene compassionately with our sentient compatriots.

Take Risk and Take Care,


Monday, September 07, 2015

self induced paradox

It has become patently clear that if i didn't write, i would be happier. And that alone, makes me sad.

Take Risk and Take Care,


Thursday, September 03, 2015

My name is blahh

Too many cats got the smart angle covered. So me, and good folk I know, we take our introverted intelligence and point it towards the grossly obscure and down right weird. This song dates back to '05. Ten years old. It was written at 03.17am in the back shed/studio of a dear friend's home. It's a fable or a tragedy of sorts, of the fragility of friendship. Maybe I was echoing some demons at that point. BUt it some fun electro, sexy, groove, grind.

My name is blahhhhh.....

Inky pinky promise i will be your bestest friend,
And we'll be silly billy buddies till the very end,
I tell you I like you, like you, like you, you're the best,
I will never hurt you like i did with all the rest,
I'm a fluffy bunny that is funny never sad,
Inky pinky promise me, you'll never make me mad.

My name is blahh.......

Sometimes I'm a silly billy like my silly dad,
Once i ate the bestest bestest friend i ever had,
This fucking fluffy bunny can be very very bad,
Doing naughty deeds makes bunny very very glad.

Naughty... Oooh, the bunny is so naughty......Yum, yum, yum

My name is blahhhh

I'm a fluffy bunny that is violent as is sweet,
All my friends are dead so fluffy bunny gets to eat.

Take Risk and Take care,

Friday, August 28, 2015

{Ineffable} excerpt

"Before equanimity there was fear, and with it, an omniverse scripted upon the most irrational logic. It created worlds of disparity, indifference, and indignation. And it spawned a culture of misery that spread through the seed of existence. Fear is the division of self, the infinite fracture of the whole, with neither part behaving in accordance with good and proper mathematics."

- The Good Doctor

{Ineffable} C.SeanMcGee ₢2015

Sunday, August 23, 2015

Ineffable - New novel from C.SeanMcGee

Thanks to Anna Vanti, what was once nameless, now is beyond description. The new title for my novel (which as its being written, really is getting quite out of hand and awfully intricate) is............  


Thanks Anna.

If you like 'stuff', like theology,  existential hoopla, philosophy, science, all sorts of 'isms', spiritulatiy, quantum theory, sex, string theory, yoga, infinite number sets, bearded whores, hermaphrodites, wormholes, 5th dimensional beings, paradoxes, circus freaks, and good old fashion romance, well then you may find this work to your taste, albeit, bold, completely unnecessary and distincly pretentious. Such is our taste, and we would have it no other way.

Oh did i mention bearded whores?

Take Risk and Take Care,

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Tuesday, August 18, 2015

{Untitled} extract

"Drowning is a mouth watering experience."
excerpt from the novel {untitled} by C.SeanMcGee ₢2015

Wednesday, August 12, 2015


Sometimes in the obsession of one's work, they find themselves immersed and overrun by their ideas.

The second part of my latest novel takes place in 4th spatial dimension.

Whilst doing some thinking activities (hanging the washing and declotting a persians fur) i discovered the irrational - what i perceived to be a hypercube in my own laundry.

Astonished, and slight rattled, i decided i would only ever know what would become of an extra dimension by dissecting this absurd occurrance. It was when i opened the tesseract that i saw my dear cat Banana, with a bewildered look on her face, for she had been trapped in an interdimensional paradox for god knows how long - maybe even since lunch.

She quickly removed herself for supper, and another cat dived in. It seems cats and hyperspace are not such strange companions afterall

Take Risk and Take Care,


Monday, August 10, 2015

on light

Light, as it were, is but a current in the vast ocean of time.
extract from the novel {untitled} by CSeanMcGee ₢2015

Friday, August 07, 2015

Bazar Bizarro

Aside from writing, (not everything is dark and sleazy existentialism) I have something esle that fills me with pride and surpassses anything that i do on my own accord; because I do so and create with my family, and more so, my partner in art, my wife Keli.
Bazar bizarro is our brand of Alterntive kids clothing. A project of absolute passion.

Bazar Bizarro "Colorful like Childhood"

Art is an infantile expression that is surpressed on our path of responsibility, chasing the idea of being "adult"
Our creation is clothes that are not bound by 'names' 'steroetypes' 'prejudice' and are not limited by the adult fears. Every color is for every child. Our philosphy is that color represents happiness, and happiness  is an artform; where art itself represents liberty; that anything is possible.
So, this is our first advertising campaign really pushing more than our brand, but the people behind it. Our family, and our small team of passionate seamstresses that care as much as we do, about what we do.
Our passion. Our bizarre family. Bazar Bizarro - Colorful like Childhood.
Oh, we sell international. Make use of your powerful dollar, and bring some color into your life. So share, Like, and spread the word

Something colorful this way comes !!!!
Take Risk and Take Care, ane be Colorful,

Monday, August 03, 2015

A Prayer for Being Alone

“Sleep my dear child,
From tiredness that irks,
Father’s in the field,
And mother’s left for work.
Come down from the rooftops,

The little cat that sneaks,
Keep vigil on my child; may she,
Sleep a quiet sleep.”

Excerpt from the new novel - {untitled} C.SeanMcGee ₢2015
*due early 2016

Saturday, July 25, 2015


You should, for the life of you, watch and listen to Tigran Hamasyan Trio.

Tigran Hamasyan Trio

Performing "Mockroot"

** I am in the final editing phaze of the first half of {untitled}, my latest novel. Writing of the second part of this rather large story shouldf commence next week. I have no idea of a release date as of yet. At the earliest, I would assume close to Xmas 2015, maybe early in the new year. I am writing without a connection to calender or time, to le tthe story evolve into whatever gargantuan stature that bests defines it. It will be done when it's done. Until then, douse your ears and consciousness in the river where i wet mine.

Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Excerpt: {untitled}

"Death is in the state of the vessel, and not the state of the soul."

- The Ringmaster

{untitled} C.SeanMcGee ₢2015

Sunday, July 19, 2015

An introduction to literary accounting 101:

Breakdown of author royalty.

Title: The Time Traveler's Wife
List Price: US$2.99
Royalty: US$1

PAid Royalty example: US$100 (paid in cheque)

Cashing royalty (from US dollar to Brazilian Real)

Royalty Value: US$100
US taxes: US$30
Bank Fee for cheque conversions: US$50 per cheque

FInal Royalty: US$20

So in short, for every 3 dollar book sold, I, the author take a 1 dollar royalty, and from this 1 dollar royalty, after US taxes and bank fees, I am left with 20 cent royalty. This does not take into account declaration of earnings to Brazilian government for US revenue which is between 30-55%. Sales that occur outside of US (australia, Europe, Japan, Canada, India, South Africa, Mexico), cannot be cashed, as Brazilian banks do not work with any currency outsde of US dollar. So end result on royalties for UK sales (where The Time Traveler's Wife was a best seller), is zero.

So, in short,even when there is money in art, there is no money in art. This is why i give my books for free. The extent on my wallet is the same. I am not dependant on my art. but that not to say that some compensation wouldn't be nice. Though, if i am going to be broke, better to have built that estate than to have been paid in someone else's bricks and mortar, and being left with nothing more than a poorly drafted floor plan.
So in short, all books are being made free again.

Take Risk and Take Care,

Monday, July 13, 2015

{untitled} a certain kind of milestone

This far in, one forgets where they came from, and the where the hell it is they are going. 

I feel lost, and alone; so completely unsure of myself, but i have no choice but to carve through my own indecision and self doubt, and continue, until i work towards some kind of ending.

This book is basically 2 books joined by the death of 3 characters

I haven't taken on a challenge like this before. I am relying on my endurance from muay thai and running, that lonely will to persevere - regardless of whose shouting you on, you're in this alone.

This will be some story indeed.

Take Risk and Take Care,


Monday, May 04, 2015

On Writing

The self loathing, scathing mistrust, and abandoning of one's own companionship along the way, these are the traits that make writing such a miserable obsession. Who in their right mind would have such little self-respect, as to begin a novel?

Thursday, April 16, 2015

The Best Bad Reviews - The Time Traveler's Wife

Something I had been meaning to get around to doing, posting the genuinely awesome negative reviews for The Time Traveler's Wife, of which there are pee-lenty.

Polemic Pandemic - The Accidental Best Seller

So what happened with this book? How the hell did it become a best seller on both Amazon US and UK, and stay at number 1 in Sci-Fi Romance; Sci-Fi Time Travel, and number 8 in Sci-Fi for over 4 weeks? How the hell did it almost beat out George RR Martin? And how on earth did it manage to outsell such classic Sci-Fi Romance novels as "Probed: Sizzling Alien Tentacle Sex"

"I thought it was the other book."

Turns out, there is another book of the same title. Pretty popular actually, a best seller. And not in eBook format. So as irony would have it, my book became a best seller because it was confused for a best seller.

I actually caught some of the movie on Netflix. It was like a visual enema, so i get the genuine frustration. For this well, being offended only reminds ones how true their ideals actually are, in the same way tragedy brings out the goodness and giving nature of humanity (before they coil back to being pushy assholes), so too does offense awaken us to the believes and truths that we so often take for granted in our absent minded approach to living. So next time someone offends you, do the right thing - say thank you. Here they are, the best of the worst. The 1 star list.


sarah mc elligott rated it 1 of 5 stars
Really starting to be ashamed of my book choices like seriously 48% through and cannot go on because a man talking to his nipple does not appeal to me in the slightest

Catea Ivanov rated it 1 of 5 stars
Perhaps this book appeals to some people, but I couldn't go past 41%, I guess a whole chapter of dialog between the main character and his right nipple is not really for me.

*** side note, a philosophizing nipple makes a dramatic entrance somewhere around 40% through the book. This did not fare well with some readers.

Amazon US:

Bart Rubinon November 24, 2014 - 1 Star
Free and not worth the price. How does the author get away with ripping off the title of a best seller!

**** side note. I am thinking of naming my next novel "New York Times Best Seller"

1Hated it!
D. S.on December 19, 2014 - 1 Star
Wish I had read the other negative review first & saved myself a bit of time. What a crummy book. Hated it!

** side note. You, right now, might very well be watsing your time reading these reviews. I don't think this is a game changer.

Byfun gameon January 15, 2015 - 1 Star
Weird! Crazy. Difficult to follow. Strange. I was expecting to read about time travel....not talking nipples that get milked everyday.

Katieon February 26, 2015 - 1 Star 
When I got this book free I thought it would be some tragically romantic story that I would love. Instead, it was a terribly confusing story that was filthy. I REALLY wish there was a rating or something to give you a heads up that it's not for everyone.

*** side note. You are using it. It is awesome.

J. Odice "jodice"on February 11, 2015 - 1 Star
I only got this because I thought it was the book I had loved by A. Niffenegger. When I saw it was written by somebody else, I didn't bother.

*** side note. this red sofa is not blue. Bad sofa. Bad sofa.

Michelle Hiltonon February 24, 2015 - 1 Star
Not the correct TIme Traveler's Wife I was looking for. Did not read.

**** side. Seeing a pattern here


1.0 out of 5 stars Yuk!, 10 Mar. 2015
By Amanda Phillips
Started this book and it was so nasty, I deleted it straight away. Foul language and theme from the start. Should have been more careful before purchase!

** side note, the second page may or may not incite a detailed account of fellatio and anal sex with one or two or 90's televisions most beloved talkshow hosts. I swear it was all in the name of science, the fiction kind. It's philosophy, probably.

1.0 out of 5 stars Very disappointed. Can I get a refund, 15 Feb. 2015
By Richard Woodcock
Got fooled into buying this thinking it was the book of the film. Very disappointed. Can I get a refund?

** side note. Yes you can, and no doubt did. Amazon is the only book retailer that allows full refunds on all eBook purchases unquestioned within 7 days of purchase.

** side side note. Richard Woodcock. Three phallic symbols in one appellation. Must resist temptation to make penis joke. Must exercise restraint.

1.0 out of 5 stars Talking nipples, 24 Mar. 2015
By Kaluriel "Kaluriel" (UK)
Badly written, this is just a book with the same title as the film based on a book.

**** side note. You lost me

1.0 out of 5 stars One Star, 5 Jan. 2015
By Fliss Edwards (Birmingham)
Horrendous. Didn't get past first chapter. Doesn't really deserve one star!

**** side note. thank you, i think?

1.0 out of 5 stars Not an enjoyable read., 4 Dec. 2014
By mike millbank
Rubbish.Should have spent the time polishing the soles of my shoes.

***side note. Masturbation euphemisms are welcomed

1.0 out of 5 stars got bored of the f###### swearing, 7 Dec. 2014
By astrofox
after reading 14% found the ineffective and repetitive use of the f word just too annoying. if the author would write a version with less swearing then i would give it another go

**** side note. the word 'fuck' is actually the most effective word in the English language being a noun, adjective, adverb, and verb (transitive and intransitive, active and passive). But yeah, i throw that fucker around liberally.

1.0 out of 5 stars Unfortunate Read, 29 Nov. 2014
By shazshou - See all my reviews
I wish this book was more realistic who talks to their nipples....

*** side note. Time Travel is not real. It more than likely never will be.

So there we go. There were more. Human sentiment is a mirror. In general, its nobody's fault how they feel. Most of us are lured about by our simple expectations. We read a blurb and it sounds like something we read before, and familiarity is congealing, so we buy it, and in the end, if it met our expectations, we are content, and content is enough. My 2 year old boy throws staplers and scissors at me when he turns on the tv randomly and expects Buzz Lighyear of Star Command, and instead gets Princess Sofia.

This has all been a bit of fun. Don't take shit too seriously. Say the word 'fuck' more often. Mix your intellect in the kind of icky gunk most people would need a stick to scrape off their shoe. Make your reader earn their enlightenment. They'll love you for it. You and I are not the good or bad opinions that other people have of us or what we create.

Take Fucking Risk and Fucking Take Care,

Take Fucking Risk and Fucking Take Care,