Yours Truly on record

Honored to do these interviews and blogs ~

Miss Lily Bishop, author of No Strings Attached asks me a few questions author-to-author on her great blog “Don’t Call Me Sugar.” You can call me Sugar, though. (-;

The talented Jayme Beddingfield, author of The Adventures of Miss Mindshift, asks me to opine on Superpowers and the Written Word.

Friend and fellow author Wanda P. Smith puts me under her INDIE SPOTlight.

I get to talk about reviewing indie books with the lovely literary blogger Mindy Sue at the always-entertaining Mindy’s Corner.

Great and gracious fellow author Tina Pollick interviews me about AMERICAN GODDESSES.

American goddess Megan Harris is featured on “The Book Babe” ~ Strong is Sexy Heroine of the Week.

Master writer Scott Bury interviews me about writing style on his blog WRITTEN WORDS

British mystery/thriller writer E.L. Lindley asks me a few questions.

AMERICAN GODDESSES excerpt and mini interview on Celebrating Authors

Interview on Indie Author Land

Laurie’s Thoughts and Reviews puts some questions to a character from AMERICAN GODDESSES in this character interview.

Interviewed by METAMORPHOSIS superhero series author Kevin Gerald Rau

My first-ever book interview ~ on fellow author Karen Einsel’s lovely KAREN’S DIFFERENT CORNERS.

2 Responses to Yours Truly on record

  1. Hello. I am looking for agents, publishers, sellers, buyers and reviews for my book. I have released my 2014 paperback horror novel on Amazon called, “Francis Thompson and the Ripper Paradox.” It’s about an actual homeless poet who turns out to be the devil.

    Briefly about me: I have held a range of occupations, including a secondary teacher of English, having worked teaching high school, Drama & Dance, Music, Physics, Information Technology & Business Communications. I also worked for a time for a major bank, and was a marketing assistant for a printing firm and co-managed an inner city gaming venue. I was an active Australian Army reservist, and member of a local theatre company. He gained My Batchelor of Arts Degree from the University of La Trobe Melbourne Campus, where I majored in Philosophy and minored in History and 19th Century Literature. I left with an honour offers for both History and Philosophy. It was here that I guest lectured for 3rd year Media Ethics on the topic of the representations of the press of the Ripper crimes. I received my Diploma of Education for English & Drama at the University of Melbourne. My Childhood was surrounded by death. Before the age of 9 I had been dead three times. Once, in 1973, when I was aged three, I was overcome by smoke in a house fire. My rescuer dragged me from my burning family home just before the roof collapsed and a volunteer surf lifeguard who had come to watch the fire gave 1st aid. The lifeguard found no heartbeat before he began resuscitation. The second time, I was a five-year-old pedestrian hit and run victim. The paramedics found me lying on the road with severe multiple injuries and no heartbeat having apparently bled to death. The 3rd time was exactly like the second but this time I was eight years old.

    This novel is the first that introduces the English Catholic poet Francis Thompson (1859-1907) as a ripper suspect. Written by an expert on Thompson and the Ripper case, the novel draws on copious factual material gathered from around the world research to explain how his rise began as the perpetrator of the cluster of 5 terrible murders of 1888 in London’s East End. This novel tells that Thompson sought to raise the dead and then stay alive after his own passing by hiding behind history and in our minds. The book is based on non-fiction works, including old press reports, police documents, letters, biographies, uncut-volumes, and historical artefacts and documents. It has been resourced from personal access to mostly archival material from places like London’s Guildhall Library, London’s National Gallery, The British Library, The Kew National Archives, (Dear Boss Letter) the New York Public Library, The Victorian State Library, Boston College’s Burns Library’s (Thompson’s private notebooks for years, including 1888, and other unpublished documents) I’ve examined the murder sites and have lectured on these murders including as a delegate at the 2005 International Jack the Ripper conference held in Brighton.

    More Info.

    My website:

    My novel’s Facebook group. “Francis Thompson and the Ripper Paradox Book Group,” with previews of the novel & illustrations:

    A Short film for my novel:

    The paperback that sells for $16.66:

    The ebook that sells for $0.99:

    My blog:

  2. sadidy says:

    Dear Gary,

    I am writing to ask if you would consider reviewing my contemporary novel They Call Me Crazy, published November, 2014 by Red Adept Publishing. I read your review guidelines, and I feel my book would be a good fit for your blog. I have included the book description, as well as links to an excerpt in the body of this e-mail. I would be happy to send you a download code for an e-copy of the novel in MOBI or E-PUB format.

    Thank you for your consideration!

    Kelly Stone Gamble

    They Call Me Crazy

    Cass Adams is crazy, and everyone in Deacon, Kansas, knows it. But when her good-for-nothing husband, Roland, goes missing, no one suspects that Cass buried him in their unfinished koi pond. Too bad he doesn’t stay there for long. Cass gets arrested on the banks of the Spring River for dumping his corpse after heavy rain partially unearths it. The police chief wants a quick verdict—he’s running for sheriff and has no time for crazy talk. But like Roland’s corpse, secrets start to surface, and they bring more to light than anybody expected. Everyone in Cass’s life thinks they know her—her psychic grandmother, her promiscuous ex-best friend, her worm-farming brother-in-law, and maybe even her local ghost. But after years of separate silences, no one knows the whole truth. Except Roland. And he’s not talking.

    Read an excerpt here:

    Link to book on Goodreads:

    See details for the book on Amazon here:

    What readers & reviewers are saying about They Call Me Crazy

    “Fried Green Tomatoes meets Dolores Claiborne. This character-rich southern gothic-esque tale will keep you guessing up to the very end.” – New York Times Bestselling Author Kate Moretti

    “Great storytelling, great plot, great characters. A definite must read!” Kelly Smith Reviews

    “In just a few pages, you’re sucked into a crazy, and sometimes hilarious, mystery into the death of Roland…” The Gal in the Blue Mask

    “… an entertaining read that pulled me in and kept me reading till my eyes wouldn’t stay open any longer.” Big Al’s Books & Pals

    “This was a fun, fast-paced book that I read in a day.” A Book Geek

    “”… an outright enjoyable read for me as I was glued to my Kindle, waiting to see whose secret would be revealed next.” Crystal’s Many Reviewers

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