Today our guest is Jason Hurlburt from Endicott, New York. He writes science fiction. His monster is named Mickey King Kong. Mickey King Kong is much, much more than a million feet tall, and it is the biggest monster, in the world. Jason came up with Mickey King Kong, in my novel, Cold Blood. We have conducted an interview with him.
What kind of stories do you write?
I write stories, which are science fiction.
What inspires you to name your monster 'Mickey King Kong'?
Merian C. Cooper's King Kong and Walt Disney's Mickey Mouse inspired me to name the world's timelessly biggest monster.
How huge is this character?
This character is more than an infinity of height. This means Mickey King Kong is well more than a trillion feet tall, at points, and exact sizes were written. Other creatures of mine remained constant heights bigger than any monster, besides Mickey King Kong. Mickey King Kong will never be dominated on height. The mutant alters size, to the world's biggest monster, similar to Attack of the 50 Foot Woman, and other such monsters.
Tell us more about your novel 'Cold Blood', how did you develop the story? How long did you take to complete it?
The novel 'Cold Blood' takes place, as the universe and earth expand, in this story, and the earth is destroyed. The moon survives. Mickey King Kong lives on, with Ed Gein (the first serial killer) and Norma Shearer (the Oscar Winner), with a much bigger moon, than the former earth. I developed the story by researching World War Two. It took me less than a year to complete this novel, which is Hitler Wins, and Hitler Wins means science fiction, where Adolf Hitler won the war, in an alternative reality.
What are your other hobbies besides writing? What did you discover?
I read comic books and walk. I discovered a hole of sequential big bangs, which was called the big bang hole. The big bang hole was a descent of matter inside itself, including universes and big bangs of big bangs and universes, which the big bang hole caused. There are big bang holes. I wrote of big bang hole and big bang holes in Hurlburt's Constant and Big Bang Hole.
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