Tuesday, April 30, 2013

News

Digital Launch of The Boy from The County Hell (or how Shane almost stopped the apocalypse)

Saturday May 4th, 2013

epub, mobi, pdf

Watch this space.


Coming Soon in the Rock Book Series: 

Dark Side of the Moon 

take Risk and take Care,

C. Sean McGee

Monday, April 29, 2013

Boys from the County Hell excerpt

Shane focused and cleared his mind. They had escaped from the evil Paul McCartney and the bloodthirsty son of god; Johnny fucking Cash and they were sitting in an old pub in New York City and beside them, as he tried to think of the song he had to sing, the boys in the NYPD choir were singing Galway Bay and the bells were ringing out for judgment day.

The Boy from the County Hell ₢2013 C. Sean McGee


Coming to Free Art Collection Saturday 29th April 2013

Boy from County Hell Done !!!

The Boy from the County Hell (or how Shane almost stopped the apocalypse) is complete !!!!! Last chapter was written today. BUt you will have to wait to read it for the complete novel which will be uploaded on Saturday (which means Friday that way I work). I will do the artwork tomorrow and upload this week. 

Which means next week I will start the Parallel Wiritng Project. Started listening to Dark Side of the Moon today to get the story running in my head. This will be wild.

Take Risk and Take Care

C. Sean McGee

Sunday, April 28, 2013

Parallel Writing Project: news update

Parallel writing Project: writing 2 novels simultaneously
Commence: May 2013

Novel 1 - Secret Project aimed to sell to agents and publishers for 18 months.

Novel 2- Dark Side of the Moon - a short story (40K words) cover of the album by Pink Floyd.

**Live Writing Experiece**

Dark Side of the Moon tells 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 rampant sex; but without much zest. Something has to give.


Take Risk and Take Care,

C. Sean McGee

Saturday, April 27, 2013

Evie Kendal Review - Heaven is Full of Arseholes

Evie Kendal from Dark Matter Fanzine has once again graced my work with her review.

This time a short review for a short story; Heaven is Full of Arseholes.

Once again, a fair and honest take on the story. ALthough I will admit I have no idea as to which philosophical ideas she was expressing. I am not sure how this affects your interpretation of my work but I am unstudied, uneducated and unread. I don't read books. I read maybe 3 or 4 in my life and you can see these on a post from months ago. I read the back page of a Nietzsche book once but I was hyper bored and continued with my mental pinnings. 

That said, it's nice to be compared to something. On a further note, it does bitter me somewhat to be regarded as 'that author with the shitty grammar and punctuation' and yes, I will get round to flipping thorugb my books with a highlighter and perform and throough re-do of the books to date. But if it mattered to some dramatic extenet, none of you woulld be here, peeping through my many windows. So I will get around to re-editing, when I have ended this creative period. Seems more practical to do what I enjoy, writing.

So here it is, the review for Heaven is Full of Arseholes:


Apr282013
 

Heaven is full of arseholes: a short storyC. Sean McGee’s Heaven is full of arseholes

a review by Evie Kendal
Heaven is full of arseholes by C. Sean McGee is a short story about the nature of God and unconditional love. It begins with a dysfunctional family whose psychopathic son has humiliated and angered his parents yet again through some unknown “incident” at school. While they are driving him home the son accuses his parents of blaming him for the death of his younger sister (the true cause of her death is revealed at the very end of the story). After a fight ensues the son causes a car accident that kills the whole family. At this point the narrative follows the father as he progresses through a concentration camp-esque processing centre before being admitted into heaven. Up until this point the story has adhered to the “show don’t tell” mandate for short creative pieces, however, following the introduction of Adolf Hitler, this element is somewhat lost. The gritty description of humanity stripped of dignity and the use of historical figures like Eichmann made Hitler an unnecessary addition. The father then sees that heaven is full of people who tormented him in school and irritated him as an adult. He asks if he is actually in hell, to which Hitler asks him whether he still loves his son even after everything he has done. When the father agrees, Hitler explains that everyone in heaven is considered “an arsehole to someone” but that God’s unconditional love for all his children means they are still welcome to heaven.
This short story is interesting, even though some of the philosophical arguments could have been more subtly engaged. The idea that the Divine exists in everyone and everything is described well, although whether it is fundamentally supporting a Cartesian, Levinasian, pantheist or panentheist viewpoint is unclear (this ambiguity is arguably a strength). The book itself is laid out quite well, with good chapter headings and an effective front cover image. As with other texts by the same author there are a significant number of typographical errors, in addition to inconsistent punctuation and font. This short story is recommended for anyone who likes to think through the philosophical implications of unconditional love and repentance.

News

I am now plotting; apart from the next two "parallel books", a new project for after i finsih these two. It will be a great challenge indeed and will make part of the Free Art Collection. The story idea is in mind and it will be a children's fairytale for adults and the cover???????? 

Dark Side of the Moon.. More on that and Teheodore the Tired Rabbit in due time. 

I am making my notes and defining the story. 

But i have 2 more books to write before this challenge.

Take Risk and Take Care,

C. Sean McGee

Chapter 7 is Live - LoungeWindow - The Boy from the County Hell


The Boy from theCounty Hell (or how Shane stopped the apocalypse)

Chapter 7 is now live at LoungeWindow

This chapter is a cover of the song London Calling by The Clash





THE BOY from the COUNTY HELL
(or how Shane stopped the apocalypse)

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 fuckin goes.

A truly rock n roll story from the mind of:
A Rising Fall, Utopian Circus, Heaven is Full of Arseholes, Coffee and Sugar, Christine

Take Risk and Take Care,

C. Sean McGee

Friday, April 26, 2013

Stalker's Lens


STALKER LENS APRIL 26 2013
BedroomWindow


So I have had an idea and there is no reason why it couldn't function.

I intend to use jazz principles to my writing for my next challenge, using what jazz drummer Marco Minnemann describes as 'Interdependence'

In his concept, he can allow his limbs to function independently working on unique time signatures, more or less; how he puts it, no different than walking and talking at the same time.

I used his instructional video as inspiration during Utopian Circus writing. It helped me to focus on the story whilst also running my business, developing a new psychology for language teaching and delivering my classes and being a father to my daughter, a husband to my then pregnant wife and deadweight at the end of my dogs' leashes & of course the emotional fool for my 4 cats and full time groomer of my Persian Huxley.

I utilised Minnemann's concept of lateralising the mind and I applied a focus principle which Marcos uses in A Rising Fall so that my life was (and still is today), 100% scheduled and divided into one hour blocks where I could apply 100% focus and emotional deliverance to whatever I might be doing. The result in this meant my emotional reserves didn't interfere with each other, that i could attain a complete level of disarray for the writing periods whilst being manic and mildly yet effectively delusional for my students, all business like and dull for business, passionate and considerate with my wife and friggin insane with my girl.

I am not here to sell the concept of blocking or scheduling, I am though just giving some background on the next challenge. As I mentioned in a previous rant, the next project will be a full 90k word piece that intend to use to sell to agents and publishers.

I did though enjoy the strangeness of this Live Writing Experience, releasing every chapter as I write and being completely exposed and vulnerable to you as you read along. It was emotionally challenging in the first few days but i pushed through that and now am entering the last two chapters before an official digital and paperback release.

For the next challenge I will write two novels at the same time and the concurrent novel will also be a Live Writing Experience. The process will be slower as I am teaching a lot more now to save to move to the countryside and that limited time will now be divided between 2 mindsets.

This will be a complete head fuck.

The next Stalker Story will be based on 3 old songs by Bjork; those being, Human Behaviour, Army of Me and Oh so Quiet. The story will be about a tiny mouse which accidentally explodes distant galaxies every time she falls in love.

And the other project.... is a secret.

Take Risk and Take Care,

C. Sean McGee

Inspiration


I saw Steven wilson and band on their last tour for Grace for Drowning. Actally this show was what got me out of my decade of artistic procrastination and made me start writing A Rising Fall and every book since. I stated writing the day after the show. If you don't know his work, please watch, listen and be affected. He is an amazing songwriter with an incredible band of superlative musicians. 

This is an amazing live rendition of The Watchmaker,from his latest masterpiece; The Raven that Refused to Sing (and other short stories)


Steven Wilson and Band - The Watchmaker (live)

Thursday, April 25, 2013

Chapter 6 is Live - LoungeWindow - The Boy from the County Hell


The Boy from theCounty Hell (or how Shane stopped the apocalypse)

Chapter 6 is now live at LoungeWindow

This chapter is a cover of the song Boat Train by The Pogues





THE BOY from the COUNTY HELL
(or how Shane stopped the apocalypse)

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 fuckin goes.

A truly rock n roll story from the mind of:
A Rising Fall, Utopian Circus, Heaven is Full of Arseholes, Coffee and Sugar, Christine

Take Risk and Take Care,

C. Sean McGee

New Project

So last night my brain was running through the loose story for my next project.

As i mentioned, it will be sold to agents for 12 months, giving plenty of time for frustration to build enough for me to release it for free. My wife and daughter have given me an 18 month deadline knnowing i get excited and release things earlier than intended. So i set my bar for 18 months, which means in 12 it will be released with the Free Art Collection.

The story will be more delicate than my last peices; though even as i say that i feel a warm tingle in th eback of my neck which is perversion and honesty saying 'just tell it as you see it not how others would expect it to be told'.

This story though will be delve into a theme that has become the flag for our family recebntly which is natural birth, home birth and the effect of digital industrialisation, this being the sudden inexplicable rise of unwanted C -Sectoin births worldwide and more notably here in Sao Paulo, the leader in the world with over 97% births via C-Section in private hospitals and 70% in public hospitals and most of these, wunwarrarnted, unsolicited and amount to corporal rape.

This will be the fundamental theme running thorugh my next book and will also look at one of my greatest fears as a father or two; is my older child were to accidentally suffcoate my infant son in her revel and game. This book will look at a family falling apart after such and incident and a father pulling at the threads of unconditional love with his daughter as they struggle alone to deal with what happened.

I will though as i write this book, be posting slight teasers thorughout the writing process. HOnestly i hope agents don't bite so i can just give it away again.

Take Risk and Take Care,

C. Sean McGee 

Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Quote: Seamus the Drunken Leprechaun (TBFTCH)

“Never a day had ever been sad if in ever a day, a drink had been had” 

-  Seamus the Drunken Leprechaun.

The Boy from the County Hell excerpt ₢2013 C. Sean McGee

News

The Boy from the County Hell is coming along at its own pace. I really expected this to be a quick 10,000 word pieve like Christine or HIFOA but we are already nearing 21,000 words and nearing I guess 70% of the story. I am currently writing the scene for Boat Train and will commence London Calling as the lead in to the final chapters When the Man Comes Around and Summer in Siam.

I know that for some of you this makes no sense bu the idea of this book is to link several songs from The Pogues, the Clash, Nick Cave and Johnny Cash. Chapter 5 which went live yesterday was a cover of the song Red Right Hand by Nick Cave; a very dark and sexy song, irnoically written and inspired by Sao Paulo as most of my work is, or at least the seedier perspective of my work.

So BFCH should come in around 30,000 words and I expect 2 weeks maximum until it is launched digitally. There have been some major changes to the first few chapters since going live, so the end read will be much diiferent to the live perspective.

This will though be my last Free Art ebook for a few months at least.
I intend to do a secret project that has been lingering in my mind for some months lately, a grand fear that burdens in the back of my mind. I intend to try  and sell this novel to agents once more and take to the feather dance. I will though; once i begin shopping this project, commence or at leqast prepare to commence iCannibal and finish the CITY Trilogy once and for all.

I feel terrible for not being able to feed you more free art. It's irresponsible. But I have to do this, to try and get a publisher and try and make some money out of writing.

Take Risk and Take Care,

C. Sean McGee

Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Chapter 5 is Live - LoungeWindow - The Boy from the County Hell


The Boy from theCounty Hell (or how Shane stopped the apocalypse)

Chapter 5 is now live at LoungeWindow

This chapter is a cover of the song Red Right Hand by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds





THE BOY from the COUNTY HELL
(or how Shane stopped the apocalypse)

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 fuckin goes.

A truly rock n roll story from the mind of:
A Rising Fall, Utopian Circus, Heaven is Full of Arseholes, Coffee and Sugar, Christine

Take Risk and Take Care,

C. Sean McGee

Monday, April 22, 2013

Chapter 4 is Live - LoungeWindow - The Boy from the County Hell


The Boy from theCounty Hell (or how Shane stopped the apocalypse)

Chapter 4 is now live at LoungeWindow





THE BOY from the COUNTY HELL
(or how Shane stopped the apocalypse)

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 fuckin goes.

A truly rock n roll story from the mind of:
A Rising Fall, Utopian Circus, Heaven is Full of Arseholes, Coffee and Sugar, Christine

Take Risk and Take Care,

C. Sean McGee

Saturday, April 20, 2013

Chapter 3 is Live - LoungeWindow - The Boy from the County Hell

Chapter 3 is now live at LoungeWindow




As I mentioned, this live writing experience is an odd experience and I left my slump this morning when writing the Red Right Hand chapter which will be live in ocming days. I found my rhythm again and disposed of the misery stain that shrouded my conscious mind the past day or two.

I have also made some story adjustments which you will see in the final completed novel. This is the other unique part of stalking live is that when you read the final piece, it should and will have a far greater effect, a more complete feel and the strory will have changed somewhat, as in the first chapter; it has.

Take Risk and Take Care,

C. Sean McGee

Friday, April 19, 2013

Inspiration

nothing or no-one is this cool anymore

MILES DAVIS

BITCHES BREW (LIVE 1970)



The Boy from the County Hell Chapter Two

Stalkers,

I have now uploaded chapter two to 

The Boy from the County Hell (or how Shane stopped the apocalypse)



Let the self loathing begin.

Take Risk and Take Care,

C. Sean McGee



Fire Head

I normally go into a mild to severe depression with the release of every book. I use the word despression beacuse I can't think of suitable substantive that will suffice. I don't get sad to say as much as it feels like I am coming down off a drug or can feel one eerily coming on and the thoughts of a rope around my neck seem consoling.It's unfortunate but it's how i feel. What's more unfortunate is this little endeavour to release a book chapter by chapter so that every day I have these feelings and engross myself in these thoughts and I hate myself now more than I ever have and all of teh intensities of writing a story are so much more peverse now that it is live and living as i write it. There is no hiding in any of this and i hope i come through it ok, that I can continue this.

Take Risk and Take Care,

c.seanmcgee

Thursday, April 18, 2013

LoungeWindow - The Boy from County Hell - Chapter One Uploaded

I have decided to make this book more interactive (based on the fact that i have no patience).

The LoungeWindow will now serve a more practical and unqiue purpose in that I will be uploading chapter by chapter of my new book The Boy from the County Hell (or how Shane stopped the apocalypse) as I write it.

This is only for Stalkers and will only be accessed through the LoungeWindow.

As such I have removed the previous post of Chapter Zero from the BedroomWindow

When the book is finsihed, like most of my work, I imagine there will be one or two mild adjustments. There are never many. I don't loike to recount my work. A thing said is a thing said. An apology doesn't make it undone. I know every writer loves this appraoch. To refine something over and over and over until it is devoid of original intent. I will, when this creative splurge wanes, go back and re-edit the books to fix some spelling here or there but this has never been any great concern of mine. A lot fo beautiful teethed humans have very little interest etched upon their tongues and thus I justify my laziness and lack of concentration by defining it as charm.

but that said, the version of BFCH as you follow on LoungeWindow may be different in the print version. I did this on A Rising Fall; going back to make several large changes but havent on any peice since and really i don't imagine on any to come. I write only what i see and imagine. If it's wrong in any way, then its because i scribed not what i saw and only what i expected others wanted to see.

This thing might be good or it might be not. But it seems more contextual to have you reading with me through every chapter than to have these tiny snippets here or there that in some cases are what they are; out of context.

So with that in mind, i give you CHAPTER ONE  




Take Risk and Take Care,

C. Sean McGee
The Free Art Collection

Wednesday, April 17, 2013

The Boy from the County Hell - Chapter Zero - Uploaded to LoungeWindow - Read online now

I have just uploaded to the LoungeWindow, a chapter sample for The Boy from the County Hell; Chapter Zero.




THE BOY from the COUNTY HELL
(or how Shane stopped the apocalypse)

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 fuckin goes.

I can't keep secrets.

Take Risk and Take Care,

C. Sean McGee

The Boy from the County Hell excerpt 15

Mrs. MacGowan didn’t take well to Teresa. She didn’t like how this foul mouthed, chain smoking prostitute had worked her way onto her two-seater; between her and her son, and commenced the stealing of his spark. 

The Boy from the County Hell excerpt ₢2013 C. Sean McGee

Tuesday, April 16, 2013

The Rock Book Volume 1 - Update

As i mentioned maybe yesterday, it's hard to pick out the past from the further past. Anyway, after this story i intend to focus on a series of short stories to be assembled as a collection of cover stories called The Rock Book; how many series, that I do not know but I enjoy the pacing and focus of short stories.

I mentioned in a previous post that I would be working with a Dutch band called Grandpa Death Experience. This will be the first of the series called Jesus Lyte. You can see the original cut of the song below. As I am aware they are in the studio at the moment and will cut another version to be packaged with the Free Art digital release. Nice guys. Reminds me of a smoky Leonard Cohen.

The first few stories for Rock Book Vol 1 will be (up to this moment)


THE ROCK BOOK VOLUME 1

Grandpa Death Experience - Jesus Lite
Nine Inch Nails - We're in this Together Now
Bjork - Oh so Quiet
Johnny Cash - The Beast in Me
The Tea Party - Sister Awake
Porcupine Tree- Trains
Dead Can Dance - American Dreaming

I think I am working towards one day writing the cover story to Dark Side of the Moon. We'll see.


Take Risk and Take Care,


C. Sean McGee


The Boy from the County Hell excerpt 15

“Everyone keeps harpin about dis feckin song. What da fuck happened last night?”
“Dat’s not important now Shane. Ya have to remember dat song. Ya can’t forget it and tell someone, ya have to tell someone. Yer in danger lad. Everyone ya know. Da fate o da world; it’s in yer feckin hands. God help us all” said The Priest, hardly believing this truth any more than the toothless punk before him.
“Are you sound fadder? Yer soundin a bit like meself” said Shane.
“Listen to me. It’s important dat you remember dis. Ta save us all, ta save the world; you must not touch a single drink. And the junk too, ya keep da needle far from yer veins, ya hear me lad. Da fate o da world is in yer hands.”
“Jaysus. Is dat yer approach now? What are ya, Professor Xavier? Ya got a crack house full a super heroes back dere?”

The Boy from the County Hell excerpt ₢2013 C. Sean McGee



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 fuckin goes.

-
The Boy from the County Hell (or how Shane stopped the apocalypse) - A Rock n Roll story inspired by the music of The Pogues, The Clash and Johnny Cash 

Coming Soon to The Free Art Collection

₢2013 C. Sean McGee

The Boy from the County Hell excerpt 14

Shane used to enjoy watching the cars pulling up to each whore and he imagined what types of things they might be saying to one another aside from, of course, how much and can my mother watch?

The Boy from the County Hell excerpt ₢2013 C. Sean McGee

Monday, April 15, 2013

My Tracklist for this week

This Week's Tracklist 


WRITING


The Pogues


Peace and Love




IN MY CAR


Nine Inch Nails


 The Downward Spiral



STUCK IN MY HEAD


Of Monsters and Men


My Head is an Animal

The Boy from the County Hell Excerpt 13

And then for the labour of love, it become the factory of fallacious folly with the entire avenue; stretching from here to there, becoming the parade of dealers and junkies, the drunks, the pimps and whores and it looked like a marvelous production line of filth and abhorrence with the dimly lit street being the conveyor that carried the box like cars along at crawling speed, their windows down, their drivers all looking with scented perversion at the pouting red lips, the licking tongues, the lifting skirts, the wiggling bums and stopping, only when; from the cheapest and dirtiest of the whores, they found what might just be the cleanest one.

The Boy from the County Hell excerpt ₢2013 C. Sean McGee

The Boy from the County Hell excerpt 12

“Ya look busy” Shane said, seeing scores of addled men, women and dogs walking in circles chasing an air of hope, their withered souls, or that thing they forgot.
“I do like a challenge. Tis da lord who said, if you build it, dey will come” said The Priest.
“I believe dat was Field of Dreams but da metaphor, it’s still grand.”
“Honestly, I tink it would be easier to build around a playground. Seriously. Dese lads, dere’s no hope. And da one’s dat do open deir eyes, when dey do, dey look mad as fuck. Sure if dey found Jesus’ ashes I’m sure he’d be straight in deir pipes. Start young. Get em when dey can’t tink for demselves. Dat’s de key” said The Priest.
“Dere is a great deal of wrong in what ya just said fadder and I know ya mean well. Yer not using dat in yer mass are ya? I’d leave out da whole schoolyard ting. Could be taken out a context ya know?” said Shane.

The Boy from the County Hell excerpt ₢2013 C. Sean McGee

Sunday, April 14, 2013

Stalker News

I will be working with a greta musician for my next project following The Boy from the County Hell.

I worked with this gentleman 10 years ago when I was just a pup in an extreme metal band back in Perth, Australia. What happened to that band will become a story in its own right down the line. Deal with one itch at a time.

Anyway, as a part of what wioll become the Rock Book compilations, I will be woorking with rock/metal producer legend Ron Goudie with his band of misfits from Amsterdam; Grandpa Death Experience.

They are in the studio writing as we speak and he is re-recording a track i requested so that I can work with it to create a short story; one of many for the Rock Book compilation; a novel of short stories that cover a host of my favourite songs from a host of genres.

Where some artists are kind (as in the case of Ron and GDE), I will be packaging the covered track with the ebook files. I have still to see if its possible to layer a music track inside an ebook using Sigil. If anyone knows how and can guide me, I'd be very appreciative.

That's it for now. My brain has been electric with ideas and new epiphanies for BFCH. This story will be fantastic. A little less sombering than Coffee and Sugar.

Take Risk and Take Care,

C. Sean McGee

Evolution

Strange Literary Fiction to Jazz Literature

Saturday, April 13, 2013

The Boy from the County Hell excerpt 11

He pulled his yellow briefs from their nest in the crack of his bum and farted once or twice as he hobbled out of the bedroom and stumbled towards the kitchen, passing his lovely Teresa sprawled unconscious on the dining table; her knickers around her ankles, a needle dangling like a peacock’s feather from her sinking vein and a length of kettle cord, wrapped around her upper arm.

The Boy from the County Hell excerpt ₢2013 C. Sean McGee

The Boy from the County Hell excerpt 10

“And what is da lord’s music den?” asked Shane.
“Bono. He has the world on his shoulders” said The Barman.
“Yeah, by sticking his head up its fucking arse. Jaysus. Sure I hope dat twat lives for a fuckin hundred centuries. I hope he never dies. God help us when he does and you all make a fuckin saint out of him. Ya do realize dat he is to music what Father Brendan Smyth was to da fuckin church” said Shane.
“Watch your mouth boy. Bono is a good man. You look at the good he does in Africa. The pace is shining because of him. They’re celebrating Easter because of him. And what have you done? Inspired a nation of youth to drink till they’re green, piss in their pants and wake up stoned somewhere that they can’t remember for the life of them how they even got there”
“I’m savin da fuckin world”
“By doing what? Shouting, cursing, shaming your mother?”
“Would you give us one pint of the black stuff?” asked Shane.
“No” said The Barman.
“Well you got all dat residue and spill in the tray down da bottom. Can I drink dat? I got a mean fuckin tirst” said Shane.
“Jaysus. Have you got no feckin shame?” said The Barman.
“Gave it all to mammy apparently” said Shane.

- The Boy from the County Hell excerpt ₢2013 C. Sean McGee

The Boy from the County Hell excerpt 9

The Landlord fell back off his stool and onto the floor and Shane jumped on top of him with the broken glass in his hand and he stabbed and he struck and he slashed and he cut; digging the glass into The Landlord’s face, ripping his lips in half, tearing open his nose and stabbing at his eyes until part of one of them went flying over his shoulder and rested against an old man’s foot as in his mind, the old man imagined Mary; with the massive knockers, doing star jumps on the spot.

- The Boy from the County Hell excerpt ₢2013 C. Sean McGee

Friday, April 12, 2013

The Boy from the County Hell excerpt 8

“I’ll ave a pint” said Shane to The Barman.
“Have you any money?” said the barman.
“Oh come on, one drink, I’ve had a right fuck of a day. C’mon, just one pint."
“If you had a penny for every time you asked me that, I’d probably serve you by the end of the day."
“You won’t give me one free pint?” 
“Like fuck I will."
“Well then can you lend me ten pounds?”
“What? Are you fuckin mad?”
“C'mon, I’ll buy ya a drink."
“Feck off ya edjit."
“Bollocks” said Shane, sitting down by himself on a rickety stool and flipping a coaster between his fingers; trying to spin it on its end and managing to lose himself in its every turn, biding his time before the inevitable passing of hands over numbers and the shaking of hands over tables.


The Boy from the County Hell excerpt  ₢2013  C. Sean McGee

The Boy from the County Hell excerpt 7

It was early morning but the pub was filled with young and old, sitting around tables by themselves, arguing with their reflections in their half empty glasses, cursing about this and that; filling their stomachs and building their poetic reserves.

The Boy from the County Hell excerpt ₢2013 C. Sean McGee

Thursday, April 11, 2013

The Boy from the County Hell excerpt 6

Behind Seamus, a small girl was shaking, whimpering and wheezing. She was clinging to her father’s broad arm with one hand and catching phlegm with the other. Beside her, Seamus’ wife did much the same. Clinging to her husband’s cradle with one hand whilst gently rubbing the middle of her daughter’s back with the other, trying to calm her down and help clear her diseased lungs.

the Boy from the County Hell excerpt ₢2013 C. Sean McGee

Night Stalker - Ley Garcia

This is my currency; jingles in my conscious pocket. 

Spreading the free art collection.

Thanks Ley !!


Night Stalkers
Ley Garcia


Take Risk and Take Care,

C. Sean McGee

StalkerWindows:




News

My laptop just died.  blue screen.
I have since lost all of my torrent files for the free art collection. a lot of hardwork gone just like that.
drama was never the same when you dropped a pencil.
I am trying to save and extract all of the book files from my hard drive then format the piece of crap laptop and start from scratch, recreating the torrents for each book.
My apologies to anyone downloading. They'll be back up soon. I bought this laptop 3 months ago. This is my 3Rd in a inanely short time. The curse of carrying my laptop to and from bloody English classes.

Sorry again. Life can be so disappointing some times.

C. Sean McGee

Wednesday, April 10, 2013

The Boy from the County Hell excerpt 5

Shane hated him. He was a miserable fat bastard with a penny earned for every missing hair on his head. And he wore the same clothes every day; probably never even took them off. He wouldn’t want to waste the comfort he had saved up on a cold draft. And he sure as hell didn’t wash them or himself for that matter. He stank like an old urinal cake; a mix of cheap minty cologne and warm piss and larger. And it could have been because he was a lazy fat cunt, sleeping in the same shite day after day or maybe it was just the pong from the sweat of a miser.

Excerpt: The Boy from the County Hell (describing The Landlord)

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Quote: The Landlord - The Boy from County Hell

“It’s a feckin staircase. It goes in two directions; up and fucking down. It’s not tricky"

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Quote: The Landlord - The Boy from the County Hell

"Ya know the ting about da poor is dat dey got no will power, no desire ta change dere situation. I mean ya look at dis. Dey pay nutin to me to live here, I’m like Santa fuckin Claus and yet the bare fuckin minimum, dey’d rader spend on luxuries like heaters and new jumpers. And I’m da fuckin bad guy cause I have to get all tough. I’m a fuckin pariah I am. NO fuckin rewards for me. Just spit and piss and cursin and fuckin tears, dat’s it. I mean look at the right fuck Bono. Now ya don’t see dat gobshite doin nutin for Ireland. He should take his head outta Africa’s arse for a second and start watering his own fuckin roots. And I’m da fuckin bad guy"

- Quote: The Landlord - The Boy from the County Hell ₢2013 C. Sean McGee

Tuesday, April 09, 2013

The Boy from the County Hell excerpt 4

He still had the banana in his hand and though it looked as crooked as the sidewalk and as evil as Thatcher in an evening gown, he thought only it could best fight the evil already lurking in his stomach. 

The Boy from the County Hell excerpt ₢2013 C. Sean McGee

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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 fuckin goes.




  - The Boy from the County Hell (or how Shane stopped the apocalypse) - A Rock n Roll story inspired by the music of The Pogues, The Clash and Johnny Cash 


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Negative commentary on Coffee and Sugar


First negative commentary or reviewish for any of my work. This was fantastic. IO love the subtle commentary and the rounded wording. Though I do wonder how in hell; form the overview below of Coffee and Sugar, that he was expecting a book in good taste. Grand nevertheless.

Coffee and Sugar:  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 whore named Charity. 


Monday, April 08, 2013

News

I have officially pulled my books from Free-ebooks.net website

I will not be posting on this site for any of my further works and will not be hosting any previous works there.


I think this current book might be longer than i had imagined. The story is developing aorund a wonderful narrative and i think Shane MacGowan will make an incredible anti-hero. I am really excited about this piece and being able to live it in my mind and write it down for you to travel with me.

Every now and then i question what i am doing. i get this fire in my head and it weighs so much. I don't know if i'm doing the right thing but i know i'm not doing the wrong thing. Maybe that's enough.

I want to leave this day on a less sombre note. My cats are learning to pee and poo in my toilet and that's neat; all except Huxley my scruffy little Persian.

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