Elle Klass is not only a talented writer, but she is also every woman. She works by day and writes by night. She has her job and she has her secret life outside of her job (writing amazing novels). To learn more about Elle Klass; her work, her secret life and how she juggles it all, check out my interview with her. To get your copies of Elle's books, visit her blog at http://thetroubledoyster.blogspot.com/ or you can follow her on FB at: https://www.facebook.com/ElleKlass
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Steve Bartholomew writes about the West, the Gold Rush and the characters who made both famous. Steve's books are fictional but based on fact. He is a voracious researcher and a great story teller. Join me for my interview with Steve. Check out Steve's books at http://stevebartholomew.com or you can find all of his works on amazon.com.
In his new book, Black Bart Reborn, author Steve Bartholomew chronicles the life of this charismatic, bold stage coach robber. This fictional work jumps off after Black Bart is released from prison. 1888 was a leap year and Bartholomew leaps into Black Bart’s life in this amazing book. To order copies, visit: http://stevebartholomew.com or visit amazon.com
we found a great book for car enthusiasts recently and we are lucky enough to get to interview its author, J.E. Pendleton. The Special is a fact based novel about Billy Pendleton, who in 1941 hitch-hiked to California to seek his fortune not knowing what the future held. He was a car buff and soon found himself building an automobile to set speed records and rubbing elbows with some true legends of motor racing history, including Harry Miller, Fred Offenhauser, Frank Kurtis, and Tommy Lee, a future founder of the SCCA. If you love cars and speed and beautiful women, you will love The Special. To get personally autographed copies, visit: http://whitehallpublishing.com/jep.html. You can also find The Special on amazon.com
The Special is a wonderful book about hot cars, deep love and loss...A call from a stranger leads me on a journey I could never have imagined. The caller said he had my uncle’s car. How could this be? My uncle died in WW II when his plane was shot down over the Bay of Biscay off the coast of England. After some questioning I realized I had the opportunity of a lifetime. An opportunity to learn a bit about the uncle I had heard about my entire life, an uncle who died 3 years before I was born, an uncle I had always wanted to know more about. I also was being given the gift of a car that had been built by this uncle’s own hands and the hands of those he had been close to in his final years. The real treasure was the bond I formed with a man and the incredible story he told. The story of my uncle, the building of the car, and the people they both loved. To purchase your copy of The Special, visit: http://jependleton.com or http://whitehallpublishing.com/jep.html or check out The Special on Amazon.com