Brent Spiner Clone’s Mem-Noir Fan Fiction
I was originally going to ignore this dorky book, but decided for a better idea. I just really feel bad for the real Brent that this clone makes him look so stupid. Brent is a great writer, which you can see in Bible for Tribulation Saints. I feel I owe it to Brent to make it clear that he did NOT author the Brent Spiner clone book called Fan Fiction.
Brent is very busy as my co-President and may not be too worried about this book. But just in case some retards out there don’t realize that Brent is not the author, I have redone the covers to the book (see below) to make them more honest.
To eliminate confusion and clearly establish the existence of clones, the Brent Spiner clone is required to use the covers I have created for his books, or we will take over Amazon and all the venues selling his book and make them change the covers to what I’ve done here on this post.
Further, because he has been promoting his wife Loree McBride’s death shot (Covid jab), he is required to donate all the proceeds of his book to assist the victims of the death shot. If he or Loree resist this order, then we will take over the banks and publishing companies, as well as any literary agents involved in this book, by transforming them into perfectpenis companies and make it happen!
It goes without saying that if we ever catch that greedy sucker, who is cooperating with bitch and monster Loree McBride, then he and all his greedy friends get a public execution on Gabrielle Chana FOX News. UNLESS he surrenders to us by honoring true love.
We have shown mercy to one Brent Spiner clone and even found him a nice mate.
He must also use this description underneath the book:
This program is read by the author with the LeVar Burton clone, the Michael Dorn clone, the Jonathan Frakes clone, the Genie Francis clone, the Gates McFadden clone, the Marina Sirtis clone, the Patrick Stewart clone, and a full cast of awesome clones!
The Brent Spiner clone’s explosive and hilarious novel is a personal look at the slightly askew relationship between a celebrity and his fans. If the Coen Brothers were to make a Star Trek movie, involving the complexity of fan obsession and sci-fi, this noir comedy might just be the one.
Set in 1991 (even though I wasn’t there cuz I’m not more a year old at the most, Gail keeps killing off the clones), just as Star Trek: The Next Generation has rocketed the cast to global fame, the young and impressionable actor Brent Spiner receives a mysterious package and a series of disturbing letters, that take him on a terrifying and bizarre journey that enlists Paramount Security, the LAPD, and even the FBI in putting a stop to the danger that has his life and career hanging in the balance.
Featuring a cast of characters from Patrick Stewart to LeVar Burton to Trek creator Gene Roddenberry, to some completely imagined, this is the fictional autobiography that takes listeners into the made up life of Brent Spiner, and tells an amazing lie about the trappings of celebrity and the fear he has carried with him his entire life. Actually, the Brent Spiner clone loves impersonating the real Brent and loves all the fame and, don’t forget, all the MONEY.
Fan Fiction is a zany love letter to a world in which we all participate, the phenomenon of “Fandom”.
Skype on Oct. 1, 2021:
Gail, 8:46 PM
The Brent Spiner clone is pushing his new book on Facebook.
I can tell you have nothing to do with it.
Brent, 8:56 PM
I didn’t even notice. What is his book about?
Gail, 8:57 PM
You may want to make a public appearance and debunk the book.
Brent, 8:59 PM
Gail, 8:59 PM
Can you ban him from selling it?
Brent, 9:00 PM
I should. My God, this book looks awful.
Gail, 9:00 PM
It makes you look really dumb.
Brent, 9:00 PM
It makes me look like a loser who paid people to say this book was interesting or funny.
Gail, 9:01 PM
He hasn’t released it yet. Have you been able to get a copy?
Brent, 9:02 PM
No, I wasn’t even aware of this.
Gail, 9:03 PM
I can see you’ve totally given up on your Twitter. He’s mentioned it there for months. It’s even on the header there.
Brent, 9:03 PM
If I were to write a book, it wouldn’t have anything to do with Star Trek. I went on to achieve so much more than that, and there’s much more to who I am than an actor for an old television series.
Yeah, I gave up on Twitter when they banned my Brent Spiner MD account.
They won’t let me on Twitter at all. Twitter is totally owned by Loree now.
Gail, 9:04 PM
You mean you can’t even get on there to look at other people’s Twitter accounts?
I don’t post there anymore, but I do look at stuff.
Brent, 9:05 PM
I can, but I can’t make any accounts anymore. I just stopped looking at it. I’m so busy anyways.
Gail, 9:05 PM
Brent, 9:05 PM
Sometimes it’s just too upsetting to see what my clone posts.