Special of the Month and Blog Updates [August 2020]

Hey there, how’s it rolling? This is yet another quick update post to kick off the month with. For announcements, stay tuned for the Peanut Butter Falcon review this Thursday. Later on this month also includes Pixar reviewed volume 2 where we’ll be chronicling The Incredibles to Up, and on Out of Order we’ll look over the experimental Beatles album that has never been revealed. Oh, how far deep the mystery goes. For the Special Post of the Month, this is a new addition to the Train’s show catalog in which a stuffed, unknown post is randomly posted any given Saturday night at the midnight hour. Each is full to the brim, so make sure to check it out!

Ok, here’s something that I would like feedback on: what do you guys feel about turning Volt Vulture into a book? Yeah, a real book. If this would end up being the case, all my passengers that order will get the novel for the low price of $2.50, while others would pay the full $5.00. That’s half off! I know, I’m not asking much, but this is my first full-length novel and I am genuinely hoping for feedback and some constructive criticism so I could improve my writing.

If you were unaware, I now have an Instagram, so go check that out! Content will be unveiled sometime in the next week, so now’s a good time to follow the account: ‘g.nowak_art’.

Anywho, hope you’re all doing good out there. More info on my upcoming posts by the button on the homepage. See you guys later!

6 thoughts on “Special of the Month and Blog Updates [August 2020]

    1. Oh yeah, sorry about that. It’s a story I’ve been working on set in the Chicago crime underworld.
      It takes place in between October 1978 and March 1979 and follows three criminals; Roger, an embezzler, Sonny, Roger’s partner-in-crime and a getaway driver, and Mellony “Mel”, who’s looking for her acquaintance and possible lover Gene. Their journeys will intertwine and overlap in a three part anthology of violence, betrayal, and redemption.

      That’s all I’ll leave it to. Trust me, it takes that simple outline and does everything you might imagine would happen. Let’s hope that’s the case😉


      1. Nice. 😀 Sounds like you have a really great imagination. I can’t write fiction. That is not my expertise for sure. Enjoy your gifts and passion, Gavin, and stay safe. ☺

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    1. I like making my settings a character of its own, and 1978 Chicago was a great time to place the story in. The timeframe also plays a role in the plot; a main character is motivated to leave his criminal life since individuals like him are risking their lives often due to an upsurge in law enforcement in the crime-ridden area. He is suggested that he join a syndicate so he can still thrive, but he opposes the idea of being below some matriarch.


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