Fourteen Days Until the Dinosaur Apocalypse

With just fourteen days to go until the most important event in the history of mankind, I’ve taken some time to set up a Dinosaur Shelter complete with a large supply of weapons and fireflies. You can find a lot of information on how to defeat an army of highly advanced reptilian adversaries in my book, Love in the Time of Dinosaurs. On September fifteenth, everyone you know will be purchasing this book from amazon.com. If you don’t purchase it too, you’ll feel really awkward when everyone is talking about how awesome it was later on.

I thought I’d also give you some basic instructions on Dinosaur Shelter construction.

This kit will run you about 150 dollars. And while you’re ordering the supplies (and semi-automatic weapons) on amazon.com, you might as well purchase a few extra copies of Love in the Time of Dinosuars

For those of you who DO purchase Love in the Time of Dinosaurs on September fifteenth, an even greater reward awaits.

I’ll be sending out pdf copies of my newest book, an extremely poorly illustrated, but naively colorful children’s book entitled: The Death of Ivan Velociraptor, about an average well-to-do modern velociraptor who is tricked into traveling back to the cretaceous period.

Here’s a little sneak peak of what awaits Ivan in the late cretaceous:

You can join the facebook event for the Dinosaur Apocalypse to discuss purchasing tactics and weapons purchasing here.

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About pterodactylsamurai

Author of Love in the Time of Dinosaurs (2010), Chiaroscuro (2009) and editor of Unicorn Knife Fight Webzine
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