Cover Reveal – Glazed Man 2

  At long last, I’m revealing the cover of my new book, Glazed Man and Rat Girl 2. See it here, below. This book is the second in the series and it will provide answers to the cliffhangers that I left my readers with at the end of GMRG#1. What happened to Martha (Rat Girl) and the rats after they blasted off from earth in their tiny rocket? Did they ever make it to Mars? And what about our other hero, Glazed Man? Last we saw him, he had been kidnapped by some mysterious person whose face was familiar to Glazed … Continue reading Cover Reveal – Glazed Man 2

The Maze Runner Books

STAR for Entertainment Value …. and a STAR for Clean Content …  The Maze Runner Trilogy, written by James Dashner, and consisting of The Maze Runner, The Scorch Trials, and The Death Cure are an excellent Young Adult series that I highly recommend to anyone 13 and up. There are other titles in the series that I have not read. I believe they are prequels to the main series. The storyline throughout the whole series kept me guessing. I was never really sure where the stories were going, and that’s a good thing. These books are completely original in their concept. … Continue reading The Maze Runner Books

An Original Short Story

by Scott Cahan ….  A GIRL, HER DOG, A MAD SCIENTIST, AND THE END OF THE WORLD I’ll be posting this story in 3 parts over the next 5 days. Please read and enjoy. Reader input is greatly appreciated. If I get enough positive response, I may continue the story. But don’t worry. The story comes to a natural ending in the 3rd part. END OF THE ROPE . . . by Scott Cahan . . . . . . . . . . .  Erin woke, as usual, to the wet tongue of her dog, licking her face as if to say, “Get … Continue reading An Original Short Story

BFG is Big and Friendly

The new movie, BFG (Big Friendly Giant), has disappointed in ticket sales so far, but in the “great movie” department, it’s a huge success. I took my 13 year old daughter to see it this past weekend and we both had nothing but good things to say about it. The story, adapted from a much beloved book by Roald Dahl, has a classic feel with plenty of old fashioned good versus evil action, and just enough magic mixed in to carry us viewers into a world that’s much more fun and exciting then the one we live in. The giant is lovable and … Continue reading BFG is Big and Friendly

New Artwork for Glazed Man 2

I’m very excited about my new book, due out at the end of this year. My working title is GLAZED MAN & RAT GIRL 2: PLASTIC HEAD’S SWEET REVENGE. The new story is complete and I’m into the illustrations now. It’s always fun to see new drawings of my characters doing different activities and experiencing new emotions. I may share some of those in the coming months. I’m also having a blast creating new characters for this book. Here is a sneak peak at one of the new characters.  I won’t tell you it’s name or how it fits into the … Continue reading New Artwork for Glazed Man 2

Fan Art for Glazed Man

I’d like to give a supersize “thank you” to one of Glazed Man and Rat Girl‘s biggest fans, Ella Wheeler, for sending me her fan artwork and the school report she did about her favorite book.   Her Mom says she’s read the book 4 times. What can I say? The girl knows a good book when she finds one. Getting mail like this is the highest form of praise for an author such as myself. I’ve gotten Ella’s address and promised to send her a complimentary copy of Glazed Man & Rat Girl #2 (I hope to have it completed by the … Continue reading Fan Art for Glazed Man

The Worldview Of ‘The Jungle Book’

Following is a fair and honest exploration of the world view presented in the new movie “The Jungle Book” by author and professor Sean McDowell, Ph.D. Be warned, it contains spoilers. “My entire family went to see The Jungle Book this past weekend. From my 3 ½-year old son, to my mother-in-law, we all thoroughly enjoyed it. Disney is to be commended for making an engaging, creative, and faithful “live” version of this classic story. Like all fictional movies, The Jungle Book offers a story, which has worldview implications. Two questions lie at the heart of the movie: What does … Continue reading The Worldview Of ‘The Jungle Book’

Readers Love Glazed Man

The positive reviews for Glazed Man & Rat Girl continue to roll in. Here is another one that was recently added to Amazon.com by another happy customer. “Glazed Man gets his superhero powers from…Glazed donuts, he is capable of shooting glaze from the palms of his hands.. Rat Girl is Martha; after being kidnapped and left in dungeon with a bunch of rats and she drinks icky green stuff she becomes a large rat. This is a good vs. evil tale with two of the most lovable superheroes you will ever meet. Scott Cahan is a very talented writer. In this … Continue reading Readers Love Glazed Man

Fan Mail for Glazed Man & Rat Girl

I’m happy to share a note I received a few days ago from a new Glazed Man & Rat Girl fan, and her Mom. Notes like these are what keep me writing and drawing. Here is the note: . . . We got our daughter Ella your book for Christmas and she loved it! She wants the next copy! Here is a note from her:: I love your book! In the future I hope you make even more books. They were really funny! I liked how you put God into it. Do you like doughnuts? – Ella (11yrs old) Continue reading Fan Mail for Glazed Man & Rat Girl

Reviews for Glazed Man & Rat Girl

I recently received glowing reviews for my book, Glazed Man & Rat Girl that I am proud to share with my blog readers. These 2 reviews are especially meaningful because they come from two people who are complete strangers to me. One of them is even one of the Top 500 Reviewers for Amazon.  You can read the full reviews here.. Below are a couple of excerpts. Reviewed by Tvtv3: “…. This unlikely duo makes an interesting team and join forces to stop the evil RoboCreep and his fiendish plans. The book is filled with illustrations (about one on every other … Continue reading Reviews for Glazed Man & Rat Girl