Sunday, June 15, 2014

Cover Reveal For THE ADVENTURES OF COUCH POTATO by Nigel Mitchell




Happy Fathers Day!
I find it appropriate that on the day fathers get to kick back and relax, we get a cover reveal for a book about a superhero couch potato.
Check out the full cover after the jump.




Carl Potter was a fat, bald, lazy guy until a freak accident transformed him into a fat, bald, lazy superhero named Couch Potato. Now he's forced to get off his beloved chair to fight an invasion of alien furniture, a ruthless cult of Elvis impersonators, and an army of groundhogs trying to plunge our world into an eternal six months of winter. Couch Potato: he'll save the world, if there's nothing good on TV.

Nigel is one half of the Geek Twins.
He has a great sense of humor that he has used in his writing. His work has been featured regularly in Slashfilm, Blastr, io9, and Screenrant. His short stories have been published in Lost Worlds, 365 Tomorrows, and Black Hole Magazine.

The Adventures of Couch Potato.
You can find his books here: Amazon.
And his Blog is here: Nigel G. Mitchell.


Do you know Nigel?
What did you think of the new cover?

42 comments:

  1. Thanks for the feature! You're awesome

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  2. You must be rubbing off on me then!

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  3. sounds like a legit superhero to me....

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  4. Caught it on his site this morning - perfect cover! Looking forward to buying it next month.

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  5. lol, "he'll save the world, if there's nothing good on TV" I love that tagline. Sounds like a fun read.

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  6. Gary Philip PennickJune 15, 2014 at 9:36 PM

    Great stuff by Nigel. As a professional couch potato, this is near and dear to my heart. Shall duly share this, good sir. Now, where's the remote control.....


    Gary :)

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  7. Sounds like a fun read! Love the tagline too :)


    Tried following your blog, but blogger appears to be having a tantrum. Will try again tomorrow.

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  8. The remote might be under your bum, that is where mine always ends up.

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  9. Sometimes blogger does get a sticky wicket.

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  10. Happy Father's Day! And congrats to Nigel! I enjoy seeing what they get up to over on Geek Twins, and this sounds like a really hilarious read!

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  11. Thanks! I'll grab my copy on July 1st.

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  12. happy day... great news on the book for Nigel... going to look into it asap! have a great whatever makes you happy...

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  13. It's a great cover for a funny book David. Thanks for sharing

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  14. Tried again but to no avail. Shall try again tomorrow.

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  15. Yep, you got it in one.

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  16. I love that cover! Made me laugh :)

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  17. I don't know how the artist captured my true essence.:-)

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  18. Oh, man. I hate when the groundhogs organize.

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  19. I like it. There's nothing good on TV these days, so couch potatoe's got some work to do.

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  20. I wonder if it is on Groundhog day!

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  21. do you know that pinky and the brain is referring to a man's junk... ha!

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  22. Men all think with our Pinky instead of our Brain!

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  23. The Blue GrumpsterJune 18, 2014 at 3:48 PM

    Are you syre... he can fly?

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  24. Why not he might be Gas propelled!

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  25. close... pinky is the junk and the brain is what is hanging down... ha!

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  26. He does fly, but badly. Like "Greatest American Hero" badly

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  27. We're safe at least until he discovers Netflix

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  28. Thanks, we love your comments on Geektwins!

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  29. A superhero couch potato . . . I love that! The cover is clever and cute.

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  30. Love that cover! I have to wonder about what kind of adventures a couch potato could have. Falling into a couch crack?

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  31. You do know that there is another dimension in the cushions of the couch? ;-)

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  32. I had no idea. How exciting!

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