Season 1 Episode 8: Headers, Hometown News, and Heartache

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Season 1 Episode 8! Sam and Chad discuss Edward Lee’s “Headers”, dive into some “Hometown News” to discuss the Machete Manhunt, and give a report on the Bishop Arts District candlelight vigil for El Paso’s shooting victims. 

C.Derick Miller is an author and gonzo journalist from the conservative community of Greenville, TX. Sam Cloud is a graphic artist and liberal rights activist from Austin, TX. Now residing in the Bishop Arts District of Dallas, it’s a great combination for a podcast! Even though they may disagree on the topics from time to time, they’ll always kiss and make up! It’s a practice that America needs to relearn. Peace to the peaceful. Truth to the masses. Hell to the tyrants. Find ‘Butterflies Make Me Angry’ on Podbean, Spotify, iTunes, and YouTube! Buy novels, merch, and see more at http://cderickmiller.com . Our theme music, “Butterflies Make Me Angry”, and this episode’s outro “Mimi’s New Boots” are performed by Whiskeyhat and written by Tommy Cross and C. Derick Miller. (Yes, I own the rights to this music so no funny business about copyrights).

Footnotes: Extinguished Chapter 2

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Extinguished Chapter Two! Reading from my newest novel. Get your copy today in paperback and on Kindle by visiting Amazon! C. Derick Miller is an author and gonzo journalist from the conservative community of Greenville, TX. Sam Cloud is a graphic artist and liberal rights activist from Austin, TX. Now residing in the Bishop Arts District of Dallas, it’s a great combination for a podcast! Even though they may disagree on the topics from time to time, they’ll always kiss and make up! It’s a practice that America needs to relearn. Peace to the peaceful. Truth to the masses. Hell to the tyrants. Find ‘Butterflies Make Me Angry’ on Podbean, Spotify, iTunes, and YouTube! Buy novels, merch, and see more at http://cderickmiller.com . Our theme music, “Butterflies Make Me Angry”, is performed by Whiskeyhat and written by Tommy Cross and C. Derick Miller. (Yes, I own the rights to this music so no funny business about copyrights).

Goodbye Gonzo…

If you’re interested in a real look at paranormal investigation and you’ve never read my journal titled ‘Diary of a Gonzo Ghost Hunter, now is the time! Published by Black Rose Writing and edited by Rae Louise, my contract for this novel has come to an end.

I will NOT be republishing this book. Ever.

This book represents ten years of my life. It’s a life I’m no longer a part of. Not just the ghost hunting, but the people in it. I don’t know who that guy is anymore and I don’t plan on trying to find him. It’s time to move on.

A few scattered copies may still be found but this book is officially out of print as of today. Thanks to everyone who read and enjoyed this work of love and hate. Extra special thanks to UK horror author Rae Louise for toiling through the editing process with such passion.

It’s time to look toward the future. Let the past die. Kill it if you have to…or just let the contract expire.

Footnotes: Extinguished Chapter One

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Footnotes: Extinguished Chapter One! Looking for a break from Facebook rants and political crap? Take a break while listening to my newest novel ‘Extinguished’! C. Derick Miller is an author and gonzo journalist from the conservative community of Greenville, TX. Sam Cloud is a graphic artist and liberal rights activist from Austin, TX. Now residing in the Bishop Arts District of Dallas, it’s a great combination for a podcast! Even though they may disagree on the topics from time to time, they’ll always kiss and make up! It’s a practice that America needs to relearn. Peace to the peaceful. Truth to the masses. Hell to the tyrants. Find ‘Butterflies Make Me Angry’ on Podbean, Spotify, iTunes, and YouTube! Buy novels, merch, and see more at http://cderickmiller.com . Our theme music, “Butterflies Make Me Angry”, is performed by Whiskeyhat and written by Tommy Cross and C. Derick Miller. (Yes, I own the rights to this music so no funny business about copyrights).