Author and writer Scott R. CyreScott R. Cyre is an author of fiction and humor. His debut humor digest, How to Laugh and Think Like a Christian, was published in 2017 and is a collection of the best articles from his popular Christian humor blog, Herman’s Neutics.

Scott began his writing career as a teenager at Smitty’s Pancake House in Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. The poetry crafted during this period serves as some of the strangest verse ever written.

Today, he is a freelance copywriter and owner of Solid Copywriting, a firm aimed at providing companies and nonprofits with superior written content for their communications and marketing needs.

His upcoming novel, Dragonwind: The Lost Land, is an epic fantasy tale of a young man in search of his missing family as his world falls into the darkness of apocalypse.

He has also published two hilarious flash fictions, The Mudman of Mount McKinley, and The Pastor and the Pumpkin Schnapps, both available at Smashwords.

Scott is a graduate of Dallas Theological Seminary and lives with his wife, Brigita in Dallas, Texas.

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Geri Seiberling · April 26, 2017 at 1:04 pm

Yea. . so I just found your Hermans Neutics page and I loved it, and now it’s gone. Has any / all of the content been moved to this page? Thank you for adding humor to a difficult subject. It really helps.

    srcyre · April 26, 2017 at 1:42 pm

    I am confident that Herman’s is not gone, but rather on hiatus. Here’s my plan: 1) Publish my novel. 2). Get richer than Bernie Madoff. 3). Do whatever I want – revive Herman’s Neutics. So, remember, always have a plan.

Jeff Cann · May 6, 2017 at 4:17 pm

I don’t see how to follow.

    srcyre · May 6, 2017 at 5:26 pm

    Thanks for noticing that.

    Email notifications can be obtained using a check box in the comment area and I also believe there is a button in the bottom right-hand corner that does the same. I tried to find a way for users to follow me via their reader (using that follow button usually seen on the bottom of the screen) but that apparently isn’t available for .org people.

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