BREAKFAST is SEVERED
The short story 'Breakfast is Severed' follows a man through a changing world after the life he knows is torn from him. America is in upheaval in the wake of a global food shortage. He learns how quickly desperation can tear away the fabric of society.
Come follow David Cameron as he tries to find his way in this new hell.
This story serves as an appetizer to the novel 'Society for Supper'.
In October of 2015 Breakfast is Severed won Third Place for the Thriller category of the Inkitt writing competition.
Amazon reviews for Breakfast is Severed
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Robert Smith writes fictional thrillers as TyCobbsTeeth. Most of his writing falls into the suspense, crime, or horror category of the thriller genre.
He hails from the Prince Edward Island, just off of Canada's east coast.
Robert studied Information Technology in Charlottetown before moving to Canada's capital where he started working as a network administrator. From there he moved on to network security and then to managing a digital forensics team, supporting investigations.
After spending most of his life working on different forms of visual art, Robert turned his attention to writing, which quickly became a passion.
Society for Supper, his first novel, written as TyCobbsTeeth, was released in March of 2015 and is now the #1 rated Suspense/Thriller Adventure novel on Smashwords. This highly acclaimed work came as a follow up to the short story, Breakfast is Severed. The free eBook Breakfast is Severed was released in the fall of 2014 and was quickly downloaded over two thousand times.
He is currently working on a new series, but if you do not find him at his writing desk then he is likely in his hammock with a novel.
His short story, Breakfast is Severed, won Bronze in the Thriller category of Inkitt‘s writing contest.
I came up with the pseudonym, 'TyCobbsTeeth' after reading a story back in 1999.
In short; a woman, Karen Shemonsky procured the dentures of Ty Cobb, a former Major League Baseball center-fielder, at a Sotheby's auction for $7,475. The bizarre purchase inspired me to read up on Cobb--who I then learned was greatest baseball player of all time.
Also, I want to write stories that have real bite, so I felt this fit.
Since I published the novel, Society for Supper in 2015, I met the sports expert from Sotheby's auction house--the guy who actually sold Ty Cobb's dentures! David Goodwillie reached out to me through GoodReads after reading my profile; how awesome is that?