Who says southern hospitality isn’t really a thing? As I am rather new to this blogging thing, I have been overwhelmed by the support of what I would call my regular followers. One of those is The Portly Politico, from South Carolina, who was one of the first that reached out and corresponded with me. He also featured me in his regular Supporting Friends Friday post that features fellow bloggers, which I greatly appreciate. As part of a type of Pay It Back campaign, I am introducing him here.
The Portly Politico brands himself as ONE SOUTHERNER’S UNIQUE, ERUDITE, CONSERVATIVE PERSPECTIVE IN A HECTIC WORLD. I find him to be a talented and engaging writer whose posts I look forward to reading. He has a Monday Morning Movie Review, with assessments from 1931’s Dracula, all the way to 2021’s Halloween Kills. In fact, I believe if you are a Halloween buff in general, you will find you have plenty in common with him.
Furthermore, TPP is a musician. A link to his bandcamp page is here: https://tjcookmusic.bandcamp.com/community. Anyone who knows me personally is aware how much I respect other musicians and support their creativity and art, in addition to the firsthand knowledge of the trials of getting the music to the masses.
Check out TPP.
It’s the first Friday of November, which means it’s another Bandcamp Friday! That means it’s the best possible time to purchase my music. Indeed, my entire discography (seven albums!) is just $19.98, a whopping 35% discount (just £14.64 as of 1 November 2021, according to Bing, for my British readers). That’s $2.85 (£2.09) per release, the kind of deal you only get on cassette tapes at the gas station (or from yours portly!).
I’m also sitting on a lot of great, but unsold, Spooktacular merch, including my shocking original painting “The War on Halloween.” If the price tag is too rich for your blood, contact me and we’ll work something out.
It’s also a great time to pick up my debut book, The One-Minute Mysteries of Inspector Gerard: The Ultimate Flatfoot. It’s just $10 (and available in Britain, too). Christmas is approaching, and…
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