His debut novel was Faster Than The Speed of Love, which in addition to a dreadful title, had a plot ripped directly from the Iron Eagle movies. It causes a lot of problems between the two, and Stewie ends up sacrificing his work to make Brian happy. Got a big uh, big stack of papers there?
Seeking to reconcile his relationship with Brian, Stewie books him an appearance on Real Time with Bill Maher to discuss separation of church and state with Maher and Christopher Hitchens.
He also visits bookstores for book signings, which he uses to pick up female fans.
He then pesters Brian, because of the fact that he hasn't finished his novel, meaning that a movie about it would most likely never happen. Brian wrote it as a stealth insult to self-help books in general, and completed it in three hours. Brian Griffin. Later, in " ", Carter Pewterschmidt publishes two million copies of "Faster Than the Speed of Love" and gets Oprah Winfrey to endorse it, and would be released if Brian sells out and does a public musical performance to make marijuana illegal once again.
At home, he wrote the book in a day. Give the story some rewrites, maybe