If you’d like to get a quick view of my entire works available in paperback, e-book, and audio podcast formats, go to my Amazon Author page. Please also look at the reviews of my Thriller, Slaves On Horseback and my Young Adult Magical Realism Adventure, Young Mister Wugidgem. Here is the link:
Welcome to today’s podcast. Last week we flew to Caracas, Venezuela’s Capital City, with Debby and Michael in Bari’s high- speed helicopter. Upon arrival at the Miraflores Heliport, they discovered their exit access had been cut off. Today we’ll follow them as they slip into the Presidential Palace.
If you’re in the San Diego area August 25th, please stop by The Festival Of Books at Liberty Station, Point Loma from noon to 2 p.m. I will be at the Osher Continuing Education Table and will have copies of my Adult Thriller and my Children’s Magical Reality Series, available at a discount. The address is 2620 Truxton Road, San Diego, CA 92106. I hope to see you there! For more information, click on these links:
Thanks for joining me today! Last week we left Mr. Wugidgem and Carib with their heads whirling with the speed and enormity of the social networks. Today we’ll follow them into Maracaibo as they immerse themselves in the demonstrations.
Welcome to today’s podcast and thanks for tuning in. My favorite in the Mr. Wugidgem Fantasy Series is Book 5, Mr. Wugidgem And The Faces Of Freedom. Today I thought I would re-post Episode 1. Debby and Michael begin the day in Social Studies Class and finish it in a foreign country, several thousand miles away!
In coming weeks I will be posting the balance of the episodes.
I recently received an amazing review of my Thriller, Slaves On Horseback, from a gentleman I met last month. Here is gist: “One day at lunch cruising the Irish Sea you told Ann and me about your thriller, Slaves on Horseback, and I am writing to tell you that I have just finished reading it after two days of not being able to put it down. It is truly a grabber, chock full of assassins, uncertainty about just who the villains are, a great chase scene near Golden Gate Park, and lots of references to places on the peninsula where I lived for more than 25 years. It seems to me that I do remember the name changes of between Cabana and Caesar’s Palace on El Camino, although I don’t remember marshmallow sundaes at Tresidder….I really enjoyed reading this book and think you have nailed this genre….I know that Wallace Stegner also was a mentor for Scott Turow and wonder if he was aware that he was fostering a line of thriller authors…..I hope you will continue to write thrillers!”
Here is the Amazon link to Slaves On Horseback,where you can also read the review: