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Old 02-11-2013, 02:53 PM   #4
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Originally Posted by Critteranne View Post
Does anyone have recommendations for Bigfoot novele? Seroius ones, rather than satirical ones, that is. I haven't seen that many from bigger publishers in recent years, though I've come across a couple. They are usually not promoted as Nigfoot novels, so it's hard to find them except by accident.

I noticed a larger number of indie Bigfoot novels -- and I'm tempted to give the Eric Brown series a try. However, some of the indie books that came up when I searched Amazon looked ... Very very meh.

Seriously, indie authors, readers are not going to take you seriously if your cover looks like this:
http://www.amazon.com/Hunter-Of-The-...592151&sr=1-38



And there are apparently 56 Bigfoot erotica novels in Amazon?...
That cover needs to be on a t-shirt or something, it's epic.

The Eric S. Brown Bigfoot War books are fun pulp horror.
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