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Peter "ANCHORPETE" MARSH is the founder of Balancing Act Books. An intense lover of genre fiction, Peter's goal was to create a label that explored the terror of the horror genre balanced along with the wonder of Science Fiction and Fantasy. 

 In 2020, during the Covid-19 Epidemic, Peter began creating content on Youtube. His three YouTube channels reflect the mission of Balancing Act Books. 

On THE LASSER CAST, Peter and his friend Danny bring up date reviews of the latest Horror movies and the classics as well as all the Horror content you can find on your favorite streaming channels (especially Shudder. 

THE LASSER CAST is also a podcast. You can find it on all of your favorite providers, including SPOTIFY


On ANCHORPETE, Peter and his wife, Shari T review Movies, TV shows, and novels that you might have heard of, but not enough people are talking about.

The ANCHORPETE show is also a podcast. You can find it on all of your favorite providers, including SPOTIFY

On COMIC BOOKS TRANSFORMED, Peter and his friend Brian discuss the newest movies and TV shows that are adapted from comic books.

COMIC BOOKS TRANSFORMED is also a podcast. You can find it on all of your favorite providers, including SPOTIFY


   Peter lives near Austin, TX with his wife and two daughters. 


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