Tommy is an overly-sensitive person that feels the demands of putting duty over self. His wolf-self is the conflict of that.
I looked into what to price my ebook. Amazon recommended .99 cents for the most sales and $1.99 for the most profit (or was it 2.99).
I am simply impressed by this book. It makes a statement about living in Wisconsin, being a man, and being a Native American. I read Clark’s other books, really liked them and thought that he was done with memoir/chapbook. In this book he shows he has a lot more to say. I think Clark wants … Continue reading Rebel Poet By Louis V Clark III
Take Me Home to Woodstock If you are like me and wonder what it was like living in the early 1900s; if you see a photo from the early 20th century and wish you could be transported there, then this book is for you. It will transport you into the picture on … Continue reading Fictionalizing You Family’s History
Genealogy Fans will love this book If you are like me and wonder what it was like living in the early 1900s; if you see a photo from the early 20th century and wish you could be transported there, then this book is for you. It will transport you into the picture on the … Continue reading Book Review- Take Me Home to Woodstock
I bought Liam Callanan’s Paris by the Book simply because he leaves in Wisconsin and I want to support local authors. Friends of mine also recommended his works. I enjoyed this book a lot. It is the story of a Leah, who’s husband disappears and the only clue he leaves is plane tickets to Paris. Intending … Continue reading Book Review Paris by the Book
The Art of Fielding by Chad Harbach I read this book because my wife bought it and it was sitting on the bookshelf. Even though I knew better I suspected it was sort of like the book The Catcher in the Wry by Bob Uecker. In other words, reading it was a random act. With … Continue reading Book Review- Harbach
Dead Sure? Took me on a mind-twisting romp to 1929 and back again. It was a story full of strong characters and plot twists that kept me guessing. I definitely felt for Tim, a man transported back to 1929 leaving his daughter to grow up without a parent. Especially when he has to face Charles, … Continue reading Dead Sure? A Book Review
A couple of years ago Dixie Jarchow and I began an interview show that premiered on the public access channel in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. Like the name suggests, we wanted to showcase authors that are in our neighborhood. Those authors you will not know. But we wanted to hear their story, find out what they know … Continue reading Wisconsin Author Profile
The Very Marrow of Our Bones: A Novel Paperback – April 3, 2018 by Christine Higdon I believe I put this book on my wish list to support ECW Press. Then I accidentally bought it. I am so glad I did though. It is a … Continue reading The Very Marrow of Our Bones