Mark Finn has stepped up to take part in the Clockwork Storybook 30 Day Writing Challenge.  Mark has decided to pay one last visit to the Con-Dorks with One in a Million.

One in a Million

by Mark Finn

The Con-Dorks return for their third (and final) adventure together! Now that Larry and Holly are an item, everything should be peachy, right? After six months of steady dating, Holly decides they need to live together. DJ is no help–he just got his own apartment. Burt just started a new relationship with Holly’s best friend Linda, and Fred “The Turk” Terkington is, well, he’s the Turk. Holly’s friends aren’t much help, either. Everyone is trying to make it in the big city, and Rhonda is consumed with jealousy at how swimmingly it’s all going. She decides to hold a contest: if she can get one million subscribers to her webcam site, she’ll “annoint” one of her faithful followers with her, um, favors. With that kind of gauntlet laid down, Turk sees this as his chance to finally become a man. Unfortunately, with followers comes strange new abilities that Rhonda can’t quite control. With her godhood on the verge of emergence, another rival recalls his one-time champion for a final showdown with the new upstart and her high priest. His name: Stercutus!

For folks who aren’t up on this story, the first two novels have been run in their entirety at
The Transformation of Lawrence Croft:
Chance of a Lifetime:

Mark Finn is an award-winning author, playwright and essayist who is active in Robert E Howard studies. His biography, Blood & Thunder: the Life and Art of Robert E Howard was nominated for a World Fantasy award, and will be re-released in an updated second printing later this month. His comic books SCOUTS! Premeires in March from Ape Entertainment.

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  1. Bill Willingham
    January 4, 2012 at 4:58 pm — Reply

    Ha! I just lost a bet with myself that we’d get another (maybe final) Bowen story. Good to see the Dorks back though.

  2. January 6, 2012 at 12:01 am — Reply

    This is dork persecution.

    And I for one am FOR IT!

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