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Established in 2013, Scout Media is an independent publishing company, record label, and copy-editing service for aspiring authors and musicians/bands.

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Poof and Snoofin is a tale devised by critically acclaimed musician  Todd Smith  to help teach children to be brave and stand up for what they believe in—especially when the ones you love are at stake!

Poof and Snoofin is a tale devised by critically acclaimed musician Todd Smith to help teach children to be brave and stand up for what they believe in—especially when the ones you love are at stake!



COMING FALL 2019

Death Threats from an Eight-Year-Old, chronicles how fast a band that is number one everywhere in the world can plummet from the good graces of the press, labels, radio, MTV, and even so-called diehard fans. A true introspective about the cutthroat music business told through the eyes and words of a man who experienced fronting one of the most well-known bands of their time, to finding his band label-less and shunned in a blink of an eye.

Death Threats from an Eight-Year-Old, chronicles how fast a band that is number one everywhere in the world can plummet from the good graces of the press, labels, radio, MTV, and even so-called diehard fans. A true introspective about the cutthroat music business told through the eyes and words of a man who experienced fronting one of the most well-known bands of their time, to finding his band label-less and shunned in a blink of an eye.

Death Threats from an Eight-Year-Old by Mike Edwards (paperback)
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Poof and Snoofin by Todd Smith (paperback)
12.99
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COMING FALL 2019

Jumpstarting a Jalopy chronicles musician/author Doug Esper’s triumphs and failures with reinventing ex-Faith No More vocalist, Chuck Mosley—both on the road, in the studio, and in his personal life. *Above image is not the novel’s cover art

Jumpstarting a Jalopy chronicles musician/author Doug Esper’s triumphs and failures with reinventing ex-Faith No More vocalist, Chuck Mosley—both on the road, in the studio, and in his personal life.
*Above image is not the novel’s cover art