Back in high school, I was a 6'3" bean pole with long scraggly hair, a jean jacket that I wore nearly every day of my life, and drove around in a loud, busted-up '76 Cutlass that I bought from my big brother and thought was the greatest thing on four wheels. Guns 'n' Roses, ripped up jeans, radio way too loud - I was that guy.He has a blog that promotes writers, gives them a venue to show the world what they can do. Matthew is also a big proponent of Pay It Forward. Writers are asked to help promote other authors and books through Twitter, Facebook, blogs, and other social media.
From time to time, I will post his interviews and reviews.
Fifty-seven year old Robert Malone is the CEO of a successful clothing store chain and married to a former model. When his doctor tells him he is dying of cancer, he refuses to go quietly. Instead of death, Robert chooses cryonics. He knows it’s a long shot. His frozen body will be stored in liquid nitrogen for the next seventy-five years, and then he’ll wake up in the future. Maybe. If technology figures out a way to bring him back.
He’s willing to take that gamble.
****Review of Valley of Thracians by Ellis Shuman
This is the story of Simon, a retired professor whose grandson went missing in Bulgaria while there as a member of the Peace Corps. Three years have passed and everyone, including the majority of his family, assumes the young man is dead. Simon refuses to believe it and heads to Bulgaria on his own, intent on finding his grandson, but with no real plan on how he's going to do it.
Interview of Cornell Deville, The Golden Disk
Until, on the eve of his father’s death, they learned the disk was in Peru, part of a cursed stash of Incan treasure.
Now alone in the world, young Richie Armstrong sets out on the adventure of a lifetime, crossing continents and oceans to find the fabled disk. But Richie’s not the only one looking for it, and if his sworn enemy finds it first, Richie could lose something far more precious.