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February 2016
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text: How To Write Realistically About Guns: Clip vs Magazine
Clip vs Magazine If you know anything about guns, that knowledge has likely ruined the best books you’ve read. It’s hard to t...
January 2015
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text: Radio Interview
I just had a wonderful interview at It Matters Radio. You can listen to it at the link below. Ken is a gifted host. I really ...
December 2014
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text: Christmas Special
Amazon is running a 0.99 special on PATRIARCH RUN, and it's free with Kindle Unlimited. “No amount of precaution can alter ...
December 2014
24
text: PATRIARCH RUN is now available through Kindle Unlimited
Now available through Kindle Unlimited! “No amount of precaution can alter the fact that life is precarious. When the inevi...
December 2014
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text: #1 Best Seller PATRIARCH RUN is Free Today
This is the last day of Amazon's free promotion of my #1 Best Seller PATRIARCH RUN. http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00J49L77S
December 2014
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text: Free Ebook
Amazon is promoting my #1 Best Seller PATRIARCH RUN as a free ebook today! http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00J49L77S
December 2014
20
text: PATRIARCH RUN Hits #1 Best Seller
Some good news, my novel PATRIARCH RUN hit the #1 Best Seller spot in two categories today: Action Adventure and Thriller.Tha...
December 2014
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text: Free Book
“No amount of precaution can alter the fact that life is precarious. When the inevitable happens, you can accept the damage o...
December 2014
06
reviewed:
Jenny Shank’s The Ringer was published in 2011, but its themes are still quite familiar. The story gives us an intimate view ...
October 2014
29
text: Good News
Tonight I signed a book contract with Conundrum Press. They'll be publishing my literary thriller Patriarch Run.Vanilla ice c...
October 2014
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reviewed: Cry Father by Benjamin Whitmer
Benjamin Whitmer’s Cry Father is part outlaw, part longing and part philosophy. All of it packaged in an interesting story wi...
October 2014
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text: Censoring American History
My students walked out on me last week. Just got up, left my classroom and marched right out of the school. I’ve been an Engl...
October 2014
06
reviewed: The Sixth Extinction: An Unnatural History by Elizabeth Kolbert
Elizabeth Kolbert’s The Sixth Extinction: An Unnatural History is a walk down memory lane–that is, if you’re the planet. She ...
September 2014
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reviewed: THE RECONSTRUCTIONIST by Nick Arvin
THE RECONSTRUCTIONIST by Nick Arvin is an engineer’s thoughtful unfolding of the mundane: through the author’s insight and re...
August 2014
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reviewed: Theft by BK Loren
THEFT, by BK Loren, offers the reader several things. A good story. I found myself turning pages, frequently surprised by the...