Warrior Patient Reclaims Best Seller List

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  On October 28, 2015, Warrior Patient by Temple Emmet Williams made it into the Top Slot on three different non-fiction best-seller lists at Amazon. After a week, it fell back in the ratings. Then on December 1, 2015, after a strong 99¢ discount campaign, Temple’s first book returned to the best-seller lists. The author is in the… Continue reading Warrior Patient Reclaims Best Seller List

Cyber Monday Sale of “Warrior Patient”

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This book will change how you approach the miracles of modern medicine. Read the surprisingly funny story of a person who recovers completely from a relentless series of medical problems, many resulting from the system designed to prevent them. Today, the patient plays tennis, walks, bikes and works out in a gym. Almost miraculously, he… Continue reading Cyber Monday Sale of “Warrior Patient”

Freefalling Into Freedom

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Buccaneer, by Jack Carlton Reed and MayCay Beeler, tells the story of free spirits drawn into the flame of adventure, power, drugs, sex, and money. Most of the story is told from the inside, literally, because modern-day Robin Hoods inevitably stumble into the merciless grip of Federal authorities. One does not expect the free spirit… Continue reading Freefalling Into Freedom

Judging Book Reviews

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Getting reviews can make or break a book. When writers try to manipulate the process, they often run into problems. New or frustrated authors try to buy reviews, and a cottage industry exists that feeds their desires. It almost always leads to a failure that can destroy the writer’s reputation and any hope of ever “making it” in the industry. Amazon, the… Continue reading Judging Book Reviews

Take the Trip. Ride the Dog.

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Riding the Dog, by Sybil Rosen, takes readers through nine extraordinary “bus stories.” This award-winning author uses Greyhound buses as the literary vehicle for writing about people who wear the greatness of survival, and the pain of existence. At times, her prose approaches pure magic. A timeworn “jellybean” cliché gives birth to the sting of… Continue reading Take the Trip. Ride the Dog.

Looking Up To A Great Harlem Globetrotter

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  Kerstin (Kickan) and Temple had a fabulous night at the Miami Readers’ Favorite Book Awards, where Temple won a gold medal for Warrior Patient. Kerstin managed to sneak in a plug for Wrinkled Heartbeats, which just got another 5-star rating from a Top 500 VINE Voice reviewer at Amazon (our 12th 5-star review since… Continue reading Looking Up To A Great Harlem Globetrotter

The Secret Of Invisible Ink

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Enter Giveaway In this golden age of publishing, authors need to throw off the cloak of invisible writing. Many people still have a hard time promoting their work. They consider it beneath them, an alien task, the bailiwick of braggarts and con men. They often dismiss the book reviews of writers who self-promote their work, suggesting that the evaluation… Continue reading The Secret Of Invisible Ink

Warrior Patient Giveaway on Goodreads

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A new Giveaway Contest  runs until December 2nd, 2015 for the award-winning memoir: Warrior Patient. The Giveaway will run in 15 countries around the globe, including Sweden and Tanzania as well as in America. Two signed editions of the book  will be awarded in the contest. Click on the book pic below to buy this… Continue reading Warrior Patient Giveaway on Goodreads

Warrior Patient: Temple’s award-winning Memoir, written in the 2nd Person

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Click here to go to Warrior Patient’s dedicated website. How to Beat Deadly Diseases With Laughter, Good Doctors, Love, and Guts. This book will change how you approach the miracles of modern medicine. Read the stunning, and the surprisingly funny story of a person who recovers completely from a relentless series of medical problems, many… Continue reading Warrior Patient: Temple’s award-winning Memoir, written in the 2nd Person

A Website Blueprint for Writers Who Want Readers

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I develop a unique website for every book I write (all two of them, so far). On each site, links can connect readers with: a home page overview of the book, a “Chapters” page of the book – more on that later, reader reviews of the book, professional reviews of the book, if available, an… Continue reading A Website Blueprint for Writers Who Want Readers