Cash and Carrey


Huntington Beach high school jock Cash Hamilton has everything: he’s tall, handsome, star football player and beloved by all the girls. The one thing Cash hasn’t got is his namesake – coming from a poor family, he seldom has any money.  His other problem is his rival, the school’s “rich kid,” the moody loner Stu Carrey.Cash takes a job at the factory manufacturing gags and novelties run by Carrey’s father, who calls him into the office with a remarkable offer: convinced that his son is gay and lonely, Carrey Sr. promises to pay the full four-year college tuition at the college of Cash’s choice if he would date his son throughout senior year. The one stipulation is that Cash tell no one the truth.


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Below are comments from various people who owe me money, or are kind enough to say nice things about me for a $20. You’ve been warned.

Lovely. Funny. Poignant. A fine debut by a talent to watch.

William Joyce

William Joyce, Academy Award winning author of Ollie’s Odyssey

Cash and Carrey is outrageous and extremely silly.  It’s also as sweet as it is funny. 

Christopher Miller

Author of American Cornball, Sudden Noises from Inanimate Objects and The Cardboard Universe.


Bob Madison is a former communications executive turned writer. He has written everything from magazine articles, to blogposts, television documentaries, nonfiction books, cookbooks, novels and even … trading cards.

“If you’re reading this, you’re probably a relative. Or I owe you money.”

Welcome to my homepage. As you can tell, it’s still under construction. For that matter, so am I. I have been diligently working on it (not the homepage, but on myself) for longer than I can remember. And maybe even before. I’m not sure I’ll ever get it right, but I hope to have fun on the way.

At this point, writers tend to put in something profound (to thine own self be true, or, all endings are also beginnings, or, even, never pick your nose when someone is pointing a camera at you), but nothing is coming to me at the moment. Maybe it will some day. For now, I can only promise some interesting blog posts, news on upcoming books, and maybe even an interview or two.

Keep checking. You never know what you’re going to find.

Bob Madison

Writer, Public Speaker.

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