Greens isn't the kind of place you want to work. You think working at a gas station is bad? Maybe in fast food? Those are the jobs that the employees at Greens wish they had. For Dylan, it's intolerable. Just because the Fed decided that his online marketing career was "illegal," he's now been forced ...
Greens isn't the kind of place you want to work. You think working at a gas station is bad? Maybe in fast food? Those are the jobs that the employees at Greens wish they had. For Dylan, it's intolerable. Just because the Fed decided that his online marketing career was "illegal," he's now been forced to work at the lowest of the low: an organic health food store in one of the poorest, most dangerous neighborhoods in America. Until Dylan realizes there's no reason he has to give up his entrepreneurial roots, or especially his buds. Because when the customers you serve are as dumb and high as the ones at Greens, what barrier is honesty to moving some product?
Greens Season One Comes With the 6 Following Episodes:
1. Ninja Gaiden
3. A Man and His Bird
4. Beware the Jaberwocky
5. All-Inclusive Ingredients
6. A Big Opportunity
Realm & Sands Readers LOVE to Laugh! Here's What They're Saying About Greens:
"This @#$% is FUNNY! GREENS is like a chaotic-evil version of TEN ITEMS OR LESS with a hot injection of ANIMAL HOUSE and an order of PINEAPPLE EXPRESS on the side. I don't know which character is my favorite, Harper, the lunatic janitor, the obese customer looking for more K-Y, or Dylan, the scheming slacker, but I know I love them all. Forget your vegetables, get your GREENS. FUNNY!!"
"Reading about these people certainly gives me a chuckle. I'm especially interested to see how Dylan's new business venture turns out. It does make me wonder, though, whether this book is based on an actual store the authors have visited or if they're just making everything up as they go along..."
"As I started reading the sample, I did not think I would want to buy Greens. Then I got to the graffiti on the Hallmark rack and I was hooked. I wish I had been the first to review it because I would have said exactly what Blaine Moore did: "It's a cast of characters I wouldn't want to spend time with that work in a place I have no interest in visiting, at least in real life." But it sure is fun to read about them! I hope Platt & Truant give us more Greens soon."
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Johnny B. Truant is an author, blogger, and podcaster who, like the Ramones, was long denied induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame despite having a large cult following. You can connect with Johnny on Twitter at @JohnnyBTruant, and should send him an email at if the mood strikes you.
Sean Platt is speaker, author, and entrepreneur. He is co-founder of Collective Inkwell and Realm & Sands, writes for children under the name Guy Incognito, and has more than his share of nose. You can find Sean at SeanMPlatt.com, Follow him on Twitter at @SeanPlatt, or email him at .
Johnny and Sean, along with David Wright (the guy whose curmudgeonry stance on western research inspired the Unicorn Western series) host two podcasts: the horror/comedy show Better Off Undead and the Self Publishing Podcast. Both podcasts are available on iTunes and the other podcast directories, as well as on Stitcher Radio, and both are for mature audiences only.