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The name’s Case. Just Case, that’s all. No first name. He is a man among men and therefore only one name is sufficient. Women want to smack him – men want to smack him, too, just harder. Join Case on his epic travels through multiple literary genres as he ruins horror, space-adventure, noir detective, spy-thriller, westerns, classics of literature, pop culture icons and more with his own unique panache. Never before has a spoof conquered so much with so little.

Indie Authors K. S. Brooks, Stephen Hise, and JD Mader all met unsuspectingly through online writers' groups. All three had joined together in one common goal: to create the worst book possible. Instead, they created a cult classic. Or something.

K.S. Brooks is an award-winning novelist and photographer, author of nine books, and Co-Administrator of Indies Unlimited. Her first novel, Lust for Danger, won Honorable Mention in the Jada Press Book of the Year Awards for Brooks, as well as a spot in the "Next Big Thing" tent at the Baltimore Book Festival in Baltimore, Maryland. Brooks' feature articles, poetry, and photography have appeared in magazines, newspapers, books and other publications both in the U.S. and abroad. Brooks devotes her time to writing action-adventure thrillers, romantic suspense novels, and children's books which promote outdoor learning and literacy.

Stephen Hise is the founder and co-administrator of Indies Unlimited. An avid supporter of the indie author movement, he launched the site in October, 2011, as a platform to celebrate independent authors, promote networking among and between authors and readers, and to showcase the dazzling array of talent in the indie author community. Hise is an Arizona-based independent author and consultant. He is the author of the novel, Upgrade, contributor to the short story anthology, Creepier by the Dozen, and collaborating author on the multi-genre satire Bad Book. He is currently involved in multiple collaborative projects with other indie authors.

JD Mader hangs his laptop in the San Francisco Bay Area. He is primarily a fiction writer, but also writes nonfiction and music. He began his professional writing career at age 15 as a sportswriter in San Diego. Mader is an award winning short story writer, and recently published his first novel, Joe Café. He was recently recognized as one of the ten Overall Winners in the NYC Midnight Flash Fiction Contest. His new novel, The Biker, is out now.

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