Thank you for downloading my e-book (WORLD WAR III - A FUNERAL FOR ALL HUMANITY?), please review on Amazon e-bookstore, Barnes &Noble e-books store and more -so that we can make future versions even better.
The book is dedicated to all lovers of peace in the World Today.…
I'm assuming that it is allowed to talk about one's books: So this is the description from the back cover.
Cali Morgenstern and Harold English are thrown outside the known world. Tossed by the maelstrom, they find action, adventure, true love and treachery, unimagined possibilities and shattering events. Along the way, there is the nefarious firm of Coldmen Sacking, drug cartels, lust, cruelty, kindness, the small life and pitiful death of a Reverend Ostein, Grendel,…Continue
Added by John E Hunt on November 12, 2012 at 6:44am — No Comments
In spite of the hardships of war, young Jo Bremley lives in considerable happiness with her husband and 7-year old daughter. Then one night, influenced by his best friend, Jo’s husband announces that he has decided to join the war. Before he gets a chance to, however, he’s the victim of a snowstorm accident. Now a young widow, Jo tries to make ends…Continue
Added by Mayra Calvani on October 3, 2012 at 11:59am — No Comments
If Death wanted to tell you a story, would you pay attention? That’s just what you’ll do when you pick up The Book Thief.
Death is a busy fellow (although he’s not gender specific we get the feeling he’s male). But the large scale events that keep him busy don’t often give him time to ponder why he may cross paths many times with some people. The case of Liesel Meminger is different. Death crosses her path many times during World War II’s Germany.
Death tells ten…Continue
Added by Marion Marchetto on September 23, 2012 at 5:08pm — No Comments
Bridge of Scarlet Leaves tells the story of two families, the Kerns and the Moritomos. Maddie and her brother TJ live in the family house (their mother is dead and their father is in a nursing home). TJ aspires to be a pro-league baseball player after college while Maddie has her heart set on studying at the Julliard School of Music as a violinist. TJ’s best friend is Lane Moritomo. We meet the three in Los Angeles in 1941. Maddie has been dating Lane in secret because he is first generation…Continue
Added by Marion Marchetto on September 17, 2012 at 10:30am — No Comments
“They took me in my nightgown.” – This is the opening sentence of Between Shades of Gray. Rarely have I read an opening that drew me into a story as quickly as this one.
Lina Vilkas is a fifteen year old girl living in Lithuania in June of 1941. Her family is typical – she has a younger brother and two educated loving parents. Her life is typical middle-class in that her family has a nice home, good food, warm beds, and they basically want for nothing. Within hours of our meeting the…Continue
Added by Marion Marchetto on September 17, 2012 at 10:27am — No Comments
Added by Cyndi Beane Henry on August 12, 2012 at 11:01am — No Comments
2001 was a year we may all remember.
But for my family and me, it was a life changing year. Having lost my job, followed by a serious cancer operation only to discover that my wife also had cancer and than came 9/11; all this within 5 month!
Our son Ralph [ www.ralphgerhardt.com ] was working at the WTC #1 on the 105th floor when he called on that fateful day telling us that the building was either rocked by a bomb or hit by a…Continue
Added by hans gerhardt on June 5, 2012 at 11:47am — No Comments
More profit. Quicker publishing. Greater control over your work. A way to reintroduce out-of-print books.
Many local authors are asking themselves: What's not to love about producing e-books?
Beginners and established writers alike are increasingly choosing the e-book path. Unpublished writers see it as a way to break into the business. Veterans are eager to see some of their older books in the hands of…Continue
Added by Michael E. Mitchell on April 10, 2012 at 2:42pm — No Comments
Join WHO Press this week at the 2012 USCAP Conference in Vancouver, BC, Canada. Attendees will receive 30% off on-site and 20% off online orders with source code: USCAP2. Fore more information on the USCAP meeting, visit http://www.uscap.org/newindex.htm?101reg%2Findex.htm.
Added by Jennifer Kern on March 12, 2012 at 8:30am — No Comments
Author, Ned Greenwood is pleased to announce his new book, Hachiman Taro: Firstborn of the God of War. This historical novel deals with the protection of Samurai Temple swords (Nippon-to) at the end of World War II.
"Soon after becoming the Supreme Commander of Allied Powers, MacArthur ordered all Japanese weapons confiscated and destroyed. The order includes swords, even Shinto temple swords of great beauty and value. Some of these art swords, called nippon-to, are…Continue
Added by Book Buzz on February 24, 2012 at 8:39am — No Comments
The 70th anniversary of the Fall of Bataan will be on April 9, 2012. Not too many people are aware of this tragic event in our history. Four months after Pearl Harbor, around 75,000 Filipino and American soldiers were forced to surrender on the peninsula of Bataan in the Philippines on April 9, 1942 under the leadership of General Jonathan Wainwright. Most of the men were emaciated and sick. No provisions were made for transport so the prisoners were forced to march some 60 miles…Continue
Added by Cecilia Gaerlan on February 4, 2012 at 9:53am — No Comments
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Added by Martha A. Cheves on November 15, 2011 at 8:19pm — No Comments
This. Is. It. Finished. The End. Done with the last chapter in my second novel, a contemporary war romance titled “A World Apart”. Can’t describe what an emotional journey it was!
I feel drained, with nothing else to give, nothing else to add, but incredibly happy and at peace … I already miss my heroes, and can’t wait to see them for real, holding my book for the first time.
I’m not an American by birth, but by choice. It’s one of the best gifts the U.S. gave…Continue
Added by Camelia Miron Skiba on November 14, 2011 at 6:44pm — No Comments
I have just finished reading Faceless Killers by Henning Mankell, the first in the Kurt Wallander series.
Added by Tracey Chick on October 18, 2011 at 12:03pm — No Comments
Ron Miller’s new book is an examination of a subject that has fascinated humankind seemingly from the beginning of the world. Intended for a Young Adult audience, he starts by covering a variety of End of World (EOW) scenarios from mythology, religion and popular culture.
2012 is covered from both the Mayan perspective and the Niburu contingent. Also covered are various pseudoscientific theories such as planetary alignment and gravity shifts. In each of these cases, Miller…Continue
Added by MScout on October 1, 2011 at 7:14pm — No Comments
Right... now...er... well, to start with I've been here a couple of weeks, enough time to get some idea of what's going on. And I'm so impressed by the way in which you present yourselves, Forget the writing for the moment though some of that is quite wonderful. I simply want to warn you in advance, don't expect too much in the way of presentation. There'll be no fancy backgrounds, no flowery bits, no photos no elegant typography. I came late to all this, much too late. It makes my head…Continue
Added by Johnnie Johnson on August 22, 2011 at 5:26am — No Comments
Set in Atlanta and the Ohio farm region before, during and after World War II, First Love, Last Dance is the touching, heart-warming true story of Elise and Peter, a couple who first fell deeply in love in their late teens/early twenties but weren’t able to reunite until…Continue
Added by Mayra Calvani on July 22, 2011 at 4:31pm — No Comments
Nick of Time by Ted Bell
This is another bargain bin item. I get most of these books for a dollar or two a piece and because there’s so many I often skim them before buying them, you make sure I’m not buying a boring romance or mediocre mystery. But this one was called “In The Nick Of Time by Ted Bell.” And I when I skimmed it, I found it was about Time Travel., and like the typical sci-fi nerd I am I go “sweet!” I love Time Travel. So it; was quickly tossed into the “To buy”…Continue
Added by Samie Foster on June 27, 2011 at 7:21pm — No Comments