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Is Suzze a good fit for your Blog?
Do you have a literate audience?
- Do they read fiction?
- Do they like satire?
- Strong female characters?
- Are they Artists, Atheists, Humanists or Freethinkers?
Ask yourself this:
What could be easier to for an atheist, feminist, humanist, freethinker blog to report than an episodic adventure starring a former televangelist who runs around half-naked and barefoot looking for God --- and -- He’s afraid she’s going to find Him?
There’s a talking commode with a philosophical bent.
The sky is full of nanobugs.
India is ready to invade.
eJesus is terrorizing children.
And the J-Man himself? Well, he can't quite seem to get his act together.
And it only costs 5 Bucks!
What’s not to love?
Hey, one final thought.
Suzze might not be right for you. That’s okay. But how about passing this along to someone you know? Another blogger who’s just getting started and looking for support?
And best wishes on your venture.
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Fiction, 119 'Print' Pages
Picaresque Humor, Satire, Magical Realism
Strong Female Lead
Audience: Artists, Atheists, Feminists,
Excerpts from Episodes 1-2-3-4
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Entertaining, satirical view of religion, politics and life.
... Fans of George Carlin and Bill Maher
might feel quite at home with the language. ... Not for the faint of heart, this story will force some readers
to examine the basis of their belief structure.
Love the humor,
love the cleverness, love the developing story,
love the War on Christianity theme.
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I absolutely love reading Suzze's story.
She's so full of sass and I love to think of her character evolving from this Pastor's wife, always pretty and perfect facade to this take no bull, uncensored broad that just doesn't want to have to answer to anyone. Such a satisfying read. It is relevant and perverse. There are moments that make you go "what the ???" and there are times where you have to say, "man, I wish." This book is just what I need when I feel like the only person in the world who is challenging the religious right. I hope this book takes off and brings the genre with it.
I'm so glad to read some fiction that finally satisfies the humanist reader in opposition of religion.
It gets more magical with every chapter
...takes magical realism as a genre and expresses Christianity in the same terms.
A superbly written story
. . . Entertaining, thought-provoking, captivating and mystical
A good throw back to the 60's and 70's
... a fun read which makes you think you are back in time reading a Tom Robbins book.
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Awesome surprise within these pages,
leaves you wanting more. ...The writing style of this book is definitely on par with the style of a favorite author of mine, Chuck Palahniuk of Fight Club and Choke fame. I have a particular distaste for televangelists, and receive a sick pleasure from the role they've undertaken in this story. I cannot wait to see how the rest of this story unfolds.
Tom Robbins meets Bill Maher in anti-religion comedy romp.
This is the work of smart writers who have done their homework in crafting zippy dialog and a fast-paced narrative in a complex, layered plot. They evoke a Tom Robbin’s happy snideness in offbeat characters. Just in Episode One, I was entertained by many an imaginative, surprising scene and plot point.
Slow down, enjoy the journey.
... somewhere along the way, Susie grabbed me. Perhaps it was her final angry confrontation with her toilet butler or Mathew, her angelic mini me statue...I don't know, but somewhere, Susie's delusions, her cynical but realistic assessment of her predicament, her gritty realization that all she wanted was to be home setting on a park bench, with or without disciples at her feet...it all suddenly became a story that I need to see to the end.
Artful, cynical good fun.
Could this silly bit of fluff and puff,
this slap-stick comedy serve up and address real moral and ethical questions and then honestly and cleverly answer them? . . . hints of Voltaire and Vidal, Tom Robbins and Tom Wolfe.
I say give it a try.
What a way to bring “the sign” to the masses.
Has to be one of the most imaginative interpretations ever.
Bold and in-your-face, but very effective.
Not for Scaredy-Cat Christians
I was told, “This will challenge your faith.” No it won’t. Nor has it. This thing takes Christianity and does everything it can to belittle it, and demean it, and trash it, but nothing can trash the glory of Jesus.
Bowel Movements? Seriously?
Hapless, witless, evangelist bimbo Suzze Osmond sees her world explode and hits the road, only to discover that whatever it is that’s after her (God?) won’t leave her alone. Written more like a TV episode than a conventional novel, she bounces from one conflict to the other each interrupted by her need to move her bowels, a relief that rarely comes. Somehow it all works.
Move Over Jesus is an atheist fairy-tale
that pays homage to Voltaire and Vidal, Christopher Hitchens and Richard Dawkins, Jon Stewart and Jon Oliver, Bill Maher and all the others of their militant atheist ilk. No doubt, it falls short of their greatness. Far short. Regardless, it is a first rate speculative satire (Probably written for TV, unsellable and repackaged here, is my guess), dark, disturbing, urban, fun to read, pure escapist pap. But I defy you not to love Suzze Osmond, a heroine for our times.
As a Christian, I’m tired of my faith being challenged
...all churches suffer from charlatans and liars and cheats
... don’t need for my faith to be challenged It is
vile, filthy and dirty
and I don’t want to read about it.
Love to Hate Religion?
Move Over Jesus is old school satire meets modern day quest. Think Gulliver’s Travels meets Lord of the Rings with a little Breaking Bad thrown in to contemporize it. On the surface, it’s an easy read, fast-paced, fun, but will it appeal to those who do not or cannot read between the lines for
a thousand nuances and allusions?
Hard to say.
What do you think?
Wouldn't Suzze make a great Netflix Original Series?
(And an ideal match for your Blog?)
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