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Royal Flush, my award-winning humour novel, is now available on Amazon! (Link below.)

Scott Bartlett has been writing fiction since he was fifteen, when he began his first book and got distracted halfway through Chapter Three. Since then, he's written three novels. The writing of his latest book was funded by the Newfoundland and Labrador Arts Council. Scott also maintains a blog about environmental issues.

Royal Flush 2007 received the H. R. (Bill) Percy Prize in 2007.
Cover art for Royal Flush by Susan Jarvis.

favourite books

The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams (all five)
Ender's Game by Orson Scott Card
Catch-22 by Joseph Heller
JPod by Douglas Coupland
Cat's Cradle by Kurt Vonnegut
The Waste Lands by Stephen King
Survivor by Chuck Palahniuk
A Confederacy of Dunces by John Kennedy Toole

my websites

http://www.amazon.com/dp/0981286704     http://www.batshite.com

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my books

Royal Flush

Scott Bartlett

Royal Flush is now available on Amazon! http://www.amazon.com/dp/0981286704

Royal Flush asks the question, can a man who throws his dates in a dungeon succeed romantically?

A recipient of the H. R. (Bill) Percy Prize, Royal Flush is a novel about a man known only as the King, and as his Kingdom careens toward catastrophe, he cruises seedy taverns looking for likely maidens. He is particularly bad at this.

His incompetence and his weakness for beautiful women drag him deeper and deeper into trouble. He is portrayed as a cross dresser by the Kingdom Crier, the Kingdom's most popular tabloid. Shortly after, he must defend his castle against a siege with only his royal fiddler, while attempting to steal his royal fiddler's girlfriend. And when the siege lifts, he must play the warmongering Traveling Linguists' Guild against King Cedric, a visiting monarch--the stakes are love, death and dethronement.


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tone099 wrote 38 days ago

My name is Peter Reich, special investigator to the Pope and former c....

Alastair Miles wrote 227 days ago

Hi, Please excuse the uninvited message – especially if I've maile....

Software wrote 400 days ago

Hello Scott, Hope you are well. Maybe you would like to try out m....

Howard Matthews wrote 660 days ago

thanks Scott I shall take a look. The Heretics of Death is also on th....

Ian Mayfield wrote 703 days ago

Hi Scott, Yes, I remember your book: the fable about the desperate....

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I wrote 1777 days ago

Hi Ayrich, I read the first chapter of MIRANDA. I find your premise very compelling--it feeds that common human paranoia that maybe just maybe the whole world is engineered to fool you, to control you, and/or to evaluate you. I had that paranoia as a child and though I have since exchanged them for ... view book

I wrote 1779 days ago

Hi Jan. Your comment on ROYAL FLUSH is by far the best I’ve received on this site. I know already that I’ll be taking several of your suggestions. One thing, though, about the oversized goat--my book actually contains many such errors. For instance, colic isn't contagious, so it would be unlikely fo... view book

I wrote 2014 days ago

Hi K. Howard Bell, Since you commented on Royal Flush and also to make up for my brusqueness from before, I read through the Prologue and first two Chapters of Barry Beeswax and the Seven Suspects. I love your hodgepodge of reinvented fairy tales combined with an alternate-reality London. I agree... view book

I wrote 2017 days ago

Hi Luke, I'm very impressed with your ability and dedication at such a young age. I wish I'd had half as much. I've read the first three chapters of Silent Assassin, and I thought they exhibited quite a lot of talent. I recorded my thoughts and suggestions in a Microsoft Word document as I read, and... view book

I wrote 2022 days ago

Hey, I read "Bad Satellite Rising" and I found it very eerie, which I'm guessing is the intended effect. I like how you leave it to the reader to decide whether she's going insane, or whether her dead husband is actually speaking to her through the GPS. Good work. view book

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