Monthly Archive: July 2013

Jul 30

It’s a Number One World: Randy Massey vs Cliff Roberts

Roberts needs no introduction. His novel “Reprisal: The Eagle Rises” has been one of the fastest selling books of the year. In one week, he went from just another author to one of the bestselling authors of the year. 2013 will be known as the year of Cliff Roberts… Randy Massey is another author who …

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Jul 30

Roth Returns With Sophie Knox…

The      NEW             Terrence Roth                   Novel is here………..      

Jul 28

New Frontiers With Bestseller Frank Fiore

Looking back through history, there have been key phrases that have long outlived the men who said them. They have helped us win battles and have formed thoughts that have influenced countless lives. Horace Greeley said, “Go West, Young Man.” There was also “Remember The Alamo” and “Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death.” History, …

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Jul 27

The Truth About Vietnam

Covert The Not Known is the story of men at war; it is about the things men do in war and the things war does to them. Restless, filled with dreams of adventure, seeking more of life than a suburban existence, Jerry Nedwick set out to prove himself as countless generations have done: by going …

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Jul 25

Heavyweight Champion Of The Recession: Terry Irving

The recession is biting us all. I want to share a book that will, hopefully, help you get back on your feet. This book is written for you: the middle-class worker who thought this would never happen; who believed you were invulnerable, destined for a great career, and that unemployment was something that only happened …

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Jul 24

Terror Has A New Enemy…

It is with great pleasure that I can announce the release of the most exciting book of the year. The book is called “Hard Kill” and it’s creator is called Charlie Flowers. London. The city is reeling from a series of deadly attacks by a new radical terrorist group. One man is on the front-line. …

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Jul 24

Nick Wale Meets Hollywood Legend Alex Cord

As a kid, growing up in the nineties, TV was the thing. I still remember Saturday afternoons. The smell of the wind on the rain. The incessant chatter between my parents– and the coolest show of the time, on the TV, in front of me. The show was called “Airwolf” and my favourite character was …

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Jul 22

Tom Ufert Preaches Peace, Love And Books…

Tom Ufert, a 46-year-old quadriplegic afflicted with three different disabilities is an inspirational voice in our troubled times. He received his bachelor of arts in political science and history as a scholarship recipient from Centenary College of Louisiana. Tom is a former Rotary International graduate Fellow who attended Australian National University in Canberra, ACT, specializing …

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Jul 17

The Pea Green Sea: Robert J. Watson Returns!

Robert J. Watson has one of those distinctive stories. The kind of story that leads one to wonder “how come this guy hasn’t written a biography already?” The truth is, we are writing a biography of sorts. This kind of interview series can be pieced together to create the history of an artist. So, let’s …

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Jul 12

Brainography? Tom Ufert Investigates J.W. Northrup’s Brain

J.W. Northrup asked me the other day, “Can you get me an interview with Tom Ufert?” “J.W., I’m not sure we can fit that interview into your schedule.” “Get me an interview with Tom Ufert,” J.W. reasserted. “I want to meet him.” It was a done deal. Tom Ufert, author, disabled wonder and all around …

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