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Cover Reveal: The 16th Phoenix Universe Vol 1

I’m excited to reveal the cover for my next book, The 16th Phoenix Universe, Volume 1. With over 30 short stories, this collection follows the lives and mysteries of various people on Earth and other planets. A huge thanks to Janine De Guzman for bringing the cover to life! Inside the phoenix are four major characters seen throughout the collection, Detective Psychon, Gia, Loki, and Raven.

I wrote these works of speculative fiction during 2020 as a personal goal to write a new short story every week. I’m in the process of doing another pass at my stories as I feel I’ve gotten better throughout the year and I’m also correcting details as I’ve fleshed out my fictional universe. My goal is to release the book in print in October/November.

Thank you for all your support! I’ll keep you posted on the release date as I get closer to finalizing everything.

Stinchcomb Wildlife Refuge Merch

For September’s design at my store, we travel to the Stinchcomb Wildlife Refuge. Found in Oklahoma City, Stinchcomb Wildlife Refuge is a beautiful place for kayaking. You can rent a kayak at the Lake Overholser Boathouse to see for yourself. Head over to TeePublic to buy this as a t-shirt, hoodie, mug, sticker, and more!

Thank you to Janine De Guzman at Design Pickle for bringing this design to life based on my photos.

Creative Burgers Vol 3 Route 66 Edition

Justin Coleman and Undrell Maholmes are back for burgers, melts, and other delicious food. This time, we traveled along Route 66. For our first stop, we visited Robert’s Grill in El Reno where Edward Graham made us a double-meat onion burger and a hotdog with slaw. We took a break for some coffee and drinks at The Red Bird Coffee House in Yukon before our second restaurant. Executive Chef, Randy Williams, at The Lokal in Yukon brought out his fried deviled eggs and the lokal club. For our final stop in Luther, we tried Farmstead Cafe’s signature burger made with their own local beef and a beanless take on a veggie burger they named the inconceivable burger.

In other news, I’ve launched an online merchandise store sporting designs from my fictional works as well as some fun Oklahoma-themed shirts.

Thank you for watching this episode of Uncovered in Oklahoma. We had originally planned to a Route 66 burger episode back in April of 2020, so we’re glad we finally got to do it. Thanks to my superstar supporters, Revolve Productions, and the Keller Kenton family, as well as all of my supporters on Patreon. If you love what I’m doing, please join me on Patreon for bonus content, early access to new episodes.

Happy Adventures!

Rendezvous Pizza

The co-host from the OKC Foodcast series, Nabeel Jamal, guest hosts this segment about Rendezvous Pizza in Oklahoma City. Rendezvous Pizza is a counter service restaurant in Bricktown severing both Detroit and New York styles of pizza as well as wings, salads, and cold beer cheap. Nabeel interviews General Manager, Chris Dubois, about their pizza and samples some. 

Visit Rendezvous Pizza’s website at https://rendezvouspizza.com or in-person at 27 East Sheridan Avenue in Oklahoma City.

Check out Nabeel’s podcast, OKC Foodcast at http://okcfoodcast.com or anywhere you enjoy podcasts.

Be sure to watch my previous July story on Equity Brewing Co in Norman. Equity Brewing Co in Norman is more than a beer company. Suzette Grillot and Hannah Grillot describe their business as a values-oriented company as Oklahoma’s first woman-owned brewer.

Thank you for watching this episode of Uncovered in Oklahoma. Thanks to my superstar supporters, Revolve Productions, and the Keller Kenton family, as well as all of my supporters on Patreon. If you love what I’m doing, please join me on Patreon for bonus content, early access to new episodes.

Happy Adventures!

Equity Brewing Co

Equity Brewing Co in Norman is more than a beer company. Suzette Grillot and Hannah Grillot describe their business as a values-oriented company as Oklahoma’s first woman-owned brewer.

In addition to the brewery, Equity is home to other women-owned businesses. Brown Cow Bakeshop by Soreeta Hinds incorporates flavors from their beers into desserts. Brooke Rood of Forage & Gather creates charcuterie boards that pairs with the drinks. Just Books is a social justice bookstore focusing on authors that are women and people of color, LGBTQ+, international and disabled.

Visit Equity Brewing Co at 109 E. Tonhawa Street in Norman, Oklahoma, or at their website https://www.equitybrewingco.com/

Thank you for watching this episode of Uncovered in Oklahoma. Thanks to my superstar supporters, Revolve Productions, and the Keller Kenton family, as well as all of my supporters on Patreon. If you love what I’m doing, please join me on Patreon for bonus content, early access to new episodes. A preview of the second story for my July episode is available now for my supporters

Happy Adventures!

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