My latest newsletter is now available
Read it here: July Newsletter
My next birthday is in August.
This year, I want book reviews posted on Amazon. Posting also on Goodreads, Barnes & Noble and other sites will be appreciated.
Go to my Amazon page to see the books currently available. https://www.amazon.com/-/e/B002BM76IE
Pick a book you want to read and let me know what it is and what format you want (epub, mobi, pdf) and I’ll send you a complimentary review copy.
Send the request to hanque99 (at) gmail (dot) com
I read Mark Cain’s new novel and gave it a 5 star review.
Here is the review I write:
Mark Cain’s new book, Beelzebub: a Memoir is a departure from the previous five novels in the series. In those, condemned souls are the main characters. In the new one, Beelzebub and Satan are the main characters. The new book continues the snappy dialog and humor in the previous stories. It also provides a new slant on a number of historical events. The book starts with Creation (it’s not what you think!) and ends in modern times.
If you enjoyed books like Good Omens by Gaimen and Pratchett or the Management Style of Supernatural Beings by Tom Holt then Beelzebub: a Memoir shold be your next book.
Check out my interview with Mark: https://youtu.be/Akn3z6dUy_M
I republished this humorous sci-fi story on Medium.
It recounts one of the first visits from the aline race known as Zaftans
You can read it here free.
Author Mark Cain and I just finished a video interview.
Mark is the author of the Circles in Hell series and he has a sixth book coming out later this month. The new book is called Beelzebub: a Memoir.
You can see the interview at: https://youtu.be/Akn3z6dUy_M
You can learn more about Mark’s latest book at Amazon
I now have two mini-courses on Teachable.com
Both are free. You’ll find them at https://bit.ly/2XTdaVy
The first teaches kids (4th to 7th grades) how to create a short story.
The second is an overview on self-publishing.
Coming shortly will be another free mini-course on creating stores
Read an article on how I repurposed my lecture portfolio
What do you do with kids on a rainy summer day?
The first course is now available in my Teachable school. It’s a free mini-course that will have your 4th to 7th grader creating a short story.