Can a glass of water become a weapon of mass destruction?

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  What happens when ISIL and ISIS decide to turn a glass of water into a weapon of mass destruction? Can Homeland Security plug the poisonous leak with which they want to destroy America? Poison Heartbeats answers these questions in a new novel by Temple Emmet Williams, the second book in his “Heartbeats” series, which… Continue reading Can a glass of water become a weapon of mass destruction?

Are you a Road Warrior or a Cyberwarrior?

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For Indie book writers, only two avenues lead to getting your work into the hands of readers: Road Warrior, or Cyber Warrior. You do not have to take your pick. They combine nicely. But you only have these two choices. It simplifies things. Road Warriors enjoy eye-to-eye contact with their readers. Road Warriors meet their… Continue reading Are you a Road Warrior or a Cyberwarrior?

A writer with the gift of clarity, humor, pathos, and joy

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Swede Among The Rednecks: The Language That Just Won’t Stay Buried by Ulf Kirchdorfer gives readers a glimpse of America through the eyes of one of Scandinavia’s most eloquent authors. In a series of 42 essays, Kirchdorfer observes the ambiguity of America with a wry honesty that lets readers take a fresh look at life.… Continue reading A writer with the gift of clarity, humor, pathos, and joy

Trust always sleeps on a bed of truth.

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  A non-fiction writer asks about citing “original” sources, as opposed to taking something already on the internet or in print and using it in his work. I replied that trust always sleeps on a bed of truth. At magazine’s such as the Reader’s Digest and newspapers such as the New York Times, sources are… Continue reading Trust always sleeps on a bed of truth.

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