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  • 00:46

    Indie Books #92 (Edward Freeland)

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    Indie Books reaches across the Atlantic this week as author Edward Freeland joins me to talk about his book: Adapt


    Daniel O'Neal lives a very normal life. He drives a bus for a living in a sleepy English countryside town, and enjoys the mediocrity of his daily routine. But on a trip to London, while enjoying a quiet drink with a friend, he notices a code of numbers on his mobile phone screen, and not for the first time.


    When Daniel returns home, he begins to notice an increasingly common malfunction with his electronic devices, as his laptop begins to develop the same quirk.


    Suddenly, his world undergoes a paradigm shift. It starts with subtle responses and giggles at work and in public. Daniel becomes increasingly paranoid, and certain that something is out of the ordinary, yet he cannot prove it. Before long, he believes himself to be under an assault on his being.


    Is there something more playing with him than just his mind? Is there an organised attack on his psyche, and if there is, can Daniel find the strength to endure the attack.


    For more about Edward Freeland:


    http://www.amazon.com/Adapt-Edward-Freeland-ebook/dp/B00QPHQTI4


    https://readersfavorite.com/book-review/adapt

  • 01:07

    Indie Books #79 (Charles Salzberg)

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    Author, journalist and acclaimed writing instructor Charles Salzberg joins me this week to talk about his books, including: Swann's Lake of Despair, Swann Dives In, Swann's Last Song & Devil in the Hole. 


    From Swann's Lake of Despair:


    When rare photos‚ a scandalous diary‚ and a beautiful woman all go missing at once‚ the stage is set for three challenging cases for Henry Swann. It begins with an offer to partner up with his slovenly‚ unreliable frenemy‚ Goldblatt. The disbarred lawyer-turned-"facilitator" would provide the leads and muscle‚ while Swann would do all the fancy footwork. A lost diary by a free-loving Jazz Age flapper is worth enough to someone that Swann takes a beat down on an abandoned boardwalk. Pilfered photos of Marilyn Monroe propel him deep into the past of an alcoholic shutterbug‚ his wife; and he's hired to search for a lonely writer's runaway girlfriend. The cases converge and collide in a finale that lifts the curtain on crucial‚ deadly facts of life for everyone -- including Swann himself. 


    For more info on Charles Salzberg and his books:


    http://www.charlessalzberg.com/


    http://www.amazon.com/Charles-Salzberg/e/B001IXO1TE


     

  • 00:54

    Indie Books #71 (Rob Sinclair)

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    Author Rob Sinclair joins me this week to talk about his novel: Dance WithThe Enemy and more. 


    Carl Logan was the perfect agent. A loner. No real friends or family. Trained to deal with any situation with cold efficiency, devoid of emotion.


    But Logan isn’t the man he used to be, or the asset he once was. Five months ago his life changed forever when he was captured, tortured and left for dead by Youssef Selim, one of the world’s most violent terrorists.


    When Selim mysteriously reappears in Paris, linked to the kidnapping of America’s Attorney General, Logan smells his chance for revenge.


    Pursuing his man relentlessly, oblivious to the growing trail of destruction that he leaves in his wake, Logan delves increasingly deep into the web of lies and deceit surrounding the kidnapping.


    Finally, he comes to learn just what it means to Dance with the Enemy.


    For more information about Rob Sinclair and his books:


    http://www.amazon.com/Rob-Sinclair/e/B00LFXNU76


    http://www.robsinclairauthor.com/

  • 01:22

    Indie Books Show #53 (Thatcher C. Nalley)

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    Author Thatcher C. Nalley joins me on the Indie Books Show this week to talk about Letters from the Looney Bin and her other books.
    In the late 1970s the Emerson Rose Asylum became completely abandoned - all the patients, doctors, staff vanished and were never seen again. The events circling this mass exodus have been one of the most baffling disappearances in history...until now. For hidden deep inside a tattered asylum mattress a stack of bundled letters were found. These letters, all addressed to the pseudonym Dr. Quill, and all written by the patients as they document the final days of the Emerson Rose Asylum.
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    For more information about Thatcher C. Nalley and her books:
    http://www.amazon.com/Thatcher-C-Nalley/e/B00D5WVKPO
    http://www.thatchercnalley.com
    http://www.facebook.com/thatcher.nalley

  • 01:03

    Indie Books Show #54 (H. Alan Day)

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    Author H. Alan Day joins me on the Indie Books Show this week to talk about The Horse Lover: A Cowboy's Quest to Save the Wild Mustangs.  We may even get a chance to hear a bit about the book he co-authored with his sister Sandra Day O'connor back in 2002. That book was Lazy B: Growing Up On a Cattle Ranch in the American Southwest
    The Horse Lover is Alan's personal history of starting the first government-sponsored wild horse sanctuary, which was located on 35,000 acres in the Sand Hills of South Dakota. After successfully lobbying Congress to approve the idea, Alan received 1500 wild horses in 1989 from the Bureau of Land Management. His deep connection with the animals in his care is clear from the outset, as is his maverick philosophy of horse-whispering, which he used to train the entire herd. The memoir reveals the Heculean task of balancing the requirements of the government with the needs of the wild horses. He story also weaves in cowboying adventures that Alan had on some of his best horses and the lessons of perseverance, steadfastness, and hope he learned from these four-legged friends. Booklist is calling the memoir “an instant classic.” The story also is relevant to today’s wild horse issues that are costing the BLM $70 million per year. Washington is home to government-owned wild mustangs.
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    For more information about H. Alan Day and his book:
    http://www.thehorselover.com
    http://www.amazon.com/H.-Alan-Day/e/B00DTFL1KQ
     
     

  • 01:04

    Indie Books Show #55 (Tony Perez-Giese)

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    Author Tony Perez-Giese joins me on the Indie Books Show this week to talk about his novel: Pac Heights
    It is 1999 in San Francisco. The dot.com boom is in full swing, and it seems as though every twenty-something has become an instant millionaire-except our narrator, who has just arrived from the Midwest without a job. Confronted with the chilling prospect of missing out on the greatest cash grab of the twentieth century, he enlists with a temp agency. That's when things start getting strange. Mistaken by the agency for an urbane homosexual instead of the ex-frat boy he really is, he is assigned to a fully-staffed mansion in the Pacific Heights neighborhood. His new boss? Definitely not the old matron he was expecting. Bailey Phelan is the gorgeous, thirty-year-old wife of an aging billionaire, and her penchant for Prada, recreational drugs, and foreign boyfriends quickly has the narrator running in circles trying to keep her exorbitant spending and romantic misadventures under wraps. But despite all the glitz, what she might need most is a friend. As the narrator gets sucked deeper into the mansion milieu-oversexed nannies, a lovelorn gay chef, the obsessive head housekeeper, the bilious billionaire himself-he's faced with the unavoidable question: will the six-figure salary and over-the-top lifestyle of the rich and infamous corrupt him - or will he cut and run with his soul intact?
    http://www.amazon.com/Pac-Heights-Tony-Perez-Giese/dp/1480801178
    https://www.facebook.com/pacheightsbook
    https://www.rebelmouse.com/PacHeights/

  • 01:18

    Indie Books Show #49 (Kimberley Reeves)

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    Author Kimberley Reeves joins me on the Indie Books Show this week to talk about her book: Whispers to the Heart.
    When Detective Mac Logan receives a frantic call from a woman claiming she knows a murder is about to take place because of a psychic vision, his first reaction is to write her off as a certified nutcase. But when he discovers a young woman has recently been reported missing, Mac feels compelled to check it out. As he and the psychic, Rennie O’Neal, race against time to find the woman before it’s too late, a grudging admiration and belief in Rennie’s abilities begins to form. But she is not the only one hearing voices. Drawn to the beautiful, fascinating woman, Mac is soon hearing voices too; whispers to the heart that tell him what he feels for Rennie is much more than admiration. 
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    For more information about Kimberley Reeves and her books:
    http://www.amazon.com/Kimberley-Reeves/e/B002BLYCGY
    http://www.kimberleyreevesnovels.com/
    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Kimberley-Reeves-Novels/222810567815795
     

  • 00:41

    Indie Books #83 (Robert Lovelle Rooks)

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    Author Robert Lovelle Rooks joins me this week to talk about his book:: The Guidon Bearer: A Basic Training Story


    Boot Camp. Otherwise known as Basic Military Training. The rigorous and memorable Rite of Passage every person who ever served in the United States Armed Forces, whether Coast Guard, Navy, Marine Corps, Army or Air Force has been through. If you have ever served or know anyone who has served ask them about Basic Training. They will remember. "The Guidon Bearer" is a semi-fictitious account of one man's journey through Air Force Basic Military Training [Around the year 2000]. Unlike the other four services, anyone who served in the U.S. Air Force has gone through the exact same place: Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, TX. Here's a story all veterans will relate to, non-service-members will find entertaining and all Air Force veterans past, present and future will give a big thumbs up! Maybe even wonder if they were there when it happened.


    For more about Robert Lovelle Rooks and his books:


    http://www.writerrlr.com


    http://www.amazon.com/Robert-Lovelle-Rooks/e/B008ZRHKHG

  • 01:01

    Indie Books Show #47 (Alexandra Bogdanovic)

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    Author Alexandra Bogdanovic joins me on the Indie Books Show this week to tell us about her book: Truth Be Told: Adam Becomes Audrey.
    Part tragedy, part comedy, part love story, the book tells the story of the author’s real life experience of meeting a man, falling in love, getting married and finding out her husband wanted to become a woman. This book is the story of what happened after she learned the truth.
    Tune in live Friday at 11AM EST and call in or chat to join the discussion or listen to the archive.
    For more information about Alexandra Bogdanovic:
    http://sbpra.com/alexandrabogdanovic/
    http://www.amazon.com/Alexandra-Bogdanovic/e/B00GA9B3D
    http://www.amazon.com/Truth-Be-Told-Becomes-Audrey/dp/1609115384
     

  • 00:58

    Indie Books Show #48 (Caroline de Chavigny)

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    Author Caroline de Chavigny joins me on the Indie Books Show this week to talk about her book: When Angels Die.
    July, 1993, a young, single mother became the target of a sadistic rapist. Her world was instantly turned upside down as she was viciously assaulted and left for dead in front of her young children. This story takes you from a broken, shattered life and details how she was able to rebuild her world, while dealing with nightmares and flashbacks, mind-numbing fear, pain, the burning, boiling anger and an intense hatred. This book portrays living with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, attempted suicides, and finally, the steps taken and the therapy that saved an entire family. When Angels Die was originally written as a form of self-help therapy. And now, it is dedicated to those who need help and guidance in making the emotional transition from being a Crime Victim to being a Survivor. The time is now to let go of your fears and to regain control of your lives.
    Tune in live Friday at 11AM EST and call in or chat to join the discussion or listen to the archive.
    For more information about Caroline de Chavigny:
    http://www.carolinedechavigny.com/
    http://www.amazon.com/Caroline-de-Chavigny/e/B009ZA0QSC/
    https://twitter.com/cdechavigny
     

  • 01:18

    Indie Books Show #39 (Robert Lance)

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    Author Robert Lance joins me on the Indie Books Show this week to tell us about his book: The Shadow Spy.
    Tune in live Friday at 11AM EST and call in or chat to join the discussion or listen to the archive.
    For more information about Robert Lance:
    http://www.amazon.com/Shadow-Spy-Robert-Lance-ebook/dp/B00GIYL218
    https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/6015910.Robert_Lance