"Calamity Cash & The Town with No Name" received a bit of coverage over on Gothcupcake's "BLOG... OF... HORRORS!"
Mary "Gothcupcake" "Mary Cakes" Ciesynski is an internet friend, met as most internet friends are, through a beautiful cosplayer best known as Jettie Monday, who was kind enough to post pictures of every awesome thing she does, and every awesome person she's with, and Mary was rocking out in one looking perfectly punk and absolutely bad-ass in a Pussy Riot shirt. Gothcupcake is something of a jack-of-all-trades - she's an artist, a baker, a writer, photographer, and a musician, who also runs the eponymous Gothcupcake Etsy store, which, to quote, is a "one stop shop for all things spooky, cute, weird and vegan." [Vegan eye shadow, guys - bookmark that store, you're bound to need it at some point in this day and age.]
She also blogs, and has done a review for "Calamity Cash" and given Justin and I some seriously generous pimpage in the process. So anyone who shelled out some cash for a copy, and wants to know what a fellow reader thought - head over, and check it out. And if you're still on the fence about buying a copy [which are still on sale!] go forth and bask in the convincing testimonial.
And keep following Gothcupcake's Blog of Horrors for new horrors, and her Twitter @Gothcupcake for plenty of other stuff too. And thanks, Mary!
You can order a copy of "Calamity Cash & the Town with No Name" via the button on the sidebar, or here:
"Calamity Cash & The Town with No Name" (25 pages, $3.50, plus shipping): The mother/daughter vigilante team of Tana and Cal Cash are on the run from an Afro-rocking, Kung-Fu assassin, and have been forced to make their last stand in a nameless desert town hiding an unbelievable secret - every last citizen is in the Witness Protection program! Out of gas, low on ammo, and with their backs against the wall, Calamity and Mama Cash become the town's unlikely protectors, but with friends so quickly becoming enemies, and old enemies becoming friends, is the whole place doomed to burn? And will our heroines be the ones to light the first match? A modern-day action/adventure western with words by Randall Nichols, and art by Justin Cornell.