Blog Tour: 50 Shades of Worf by Christopher D. Schmitz | Review

Blog Tour: 50 Shades of Worf by Christopher D. Schmitz | Review

Thank you again so much to Silver Dagger Book Tours for including me in this blog tour! I couldn’t get enough of this cover, and I was so excited to sign up for it and get accepted. Be sure to click on the banner for more information and the schedule.

50 Shades of Worf

by Christopher D. Schmitz
Genre: Humor, Satire
Publisher: TreeShaker Books
Publish Date: November 15, 2019

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A back-alley brawl between the furries and the bronies.

Deadpool cosplayer keeps stealing all the erotic pegasus artwork.

Someone used a necronomicon to open a tentacle portal in the men’s room.

Two cops must go undercover at a local comicbook convention to stop Wil Wheaton’s murder.

Is this a buddy cop story or a crime-comedy? Neither. This is comic con… er, comicomedy?

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Christopher D. Schmitz is an author of fiction and nonfiction books. Before throwing himself into book writing he had published short fiction in more than twenty outlets. In addition to a day-job working with teenagers, he also writes for a local newspaper, speaks/sells books at comic-cons and other festivals, runs a blog for authors, and makes an insanely tiny amount of money playing the bagpipes.

He grew up as a product of the 1980s and thinks Stranger Things is “basically my biography.” He lives in rural Minnesota where he drinks unsafe amounts of coffee with his family and three rambunctious dogs. The caffeine shakes keeps the cold from killing him.

Disclaimer: I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Thank you to Silver Dagger Book Tours and TreeShaker Books for this free copy.

Gosh I honestly could not get enough of this book. It was hilarious honestly, and I wasn’t even expecting it to be like that, you know? Like, I knew that it was going to be humorous and have some satire in it because look at that cover and the play on the title. But I was very surprised with how much I did end up liking it.

This is more of a mini review anyway because I’m lame right now, and for some reason I can’t think of more to say, but this whole book gave me like Lego Movie vibes for some reason? And I mean that in this best way possible because I loved this movie. It also gives me Rush Hour vibes because that is my absolute favorite buddy cop movie series because I love Jackie and Chris, so yeah.

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