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Karl G. Larew
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  • New Park, PA
  • United States
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My genealogical book "Garret Larew: Civil War Soldier, with an Account of his Ancestors and of his Descendants" (originally published in 1975) has been reissued with minor corrrections and additions…Continue

Started Jun 25, 2011

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My book, "Garret Larew: Civil War Soldier," first published in 1975, has been reissued with minor corrections and additions entered by hand, a new cover, and new binding.  (The 1975 edition is no…Continue

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Started Jun 25, 2011

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Something About Me and My Book:
I am a semi-retired history professor at Towson University. B.A., University of Connecticut, 1959, Ph.D., Yale University, 1964. Sometime civilian historian in the Army and sometime Army intelligence officer. Specializing in military history and philosophy of history. I have 8 books out there, self-published. The one I want most to push is "Candles in the Window," first published in 1999, revised and reissued in 2010. It is a psychological study of love and sex, with some nostalgia, some coming-of-age, and some non-genre romance. A small number of college students at the University of Connecticut in the 1950s, feeling the generation gap, form an artificial family centered on a beautiful, extremely talented, but enigmatic girl nicknamed"Silky." The students see her in different ways, leaving "truth" up for grabs. A priest with homosexual urges provides a counterpoint to the students' story.
Five other books come in two sets (though each can be read alone). They are: a trilogy-family saga, set in WWII, Korean and Vietnam eras; and two spoofs on James Bond, vampire/werewolf stories. I have just reissued my 1975 book of Larew genealogy based in part on the Civil War diary of my great grandfather; plus a new book, "The Mask of Freya," a fantasy story about pagans in the French Revolution of 1848. And recently: The Philistine Warrior, about Samson and Delilah and more, much much more. And now--the third volume of my Good Vampires series has appeared! It's called "Zoombies from Planet X." Zoombie are mummies on roller skates. The Good Vampires must stop the creation of zoombies (and the revival of mummies), twin plagues concocted by the evil Son of Elmer. On Amazon and Kindle. This volume may be read as a stand alone, but better to read the first two volumes beforehand--namely, "Bad Vampires" and "Nazi Werewoofs." 4th Volume just out! "Ghost-toasties," a stand-alone companion to the Good Vampire series--Bad Vampire Ghost Mr Very Big tries to blow up the world!
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Karl Larew's fiction

  Look here on Book Marketing Netword under my name for descriptions.  In brief: four spoofs on James Bond/vampire/werewolf/zombie/ghost stories; one book about college sex/psychological lives in the 1950s; and a trilogy about an Army family in WWII, Korean War Era, and Cold War/Vietnamese War Era (each can be read separately).  See Amazon.com for reviews of the first of the trilogy ("Paul, Betty, and Pearl") and the four spoofs ("Bad Vampires" and "Nazi Werewoofs"). Also, a tale of…

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Karl's Fiction

     Hi, my name's Karl Larew.  I'm a semi-retired history professor at Towson University, specializing in military history and philosophy of history.  I have six novels on Amazon.com/Kindle; one of them is also on Barnes and Noble (Nook) and Smashwords.  I'm talking about "Candles in the Window," a psychological study of the sex/love lives of a bunch of college students at the University of Connecticut in the 1950s.  Feeling the generation gap, they form an artificial family for mutual…

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Posted on December 29, 2010 at 12:43pm — 1 Comment

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At 6:59pm on December 8, 2011, Fernando Sobenes said…

Hello Karl. My name is Fernando Sobenes and I want to invite you to read the prologue and the first two chapters of my novel: "The Evil Visitor" in my blog The Evil Visitor

Also you can watch the book trailer.

Best regards,

Fernando

At 6:28pm on August 12, 2011, Kathy Stemke said…

Thanks Karl. If you want to send your book to me, you can send it via email. I'd love it!!

dancekam1@yahoo.com

At 8:13pm on June 17, 2011, Author Aleja Bennett said…
Nice to meet you here in the world of book marketing. I'm Aleja Bennett Author of Ten paper backs and eight available on the kindle. Here is my fan page, stay in touch when you can. I know we both may have hectic schedules at times but I will always follow you back. Below is my fan page hope you like it and thanks again for your support it's appreciated very much. http://www.facebook.com/AuthorAlejaBennett Enjoy the book video
At 5:56pm on March 9, 2011, Wendy L Blood said…
Thank you so much.  There is a search box at the top  of your facebook page.  Type in Cruel Irony and then click on the page and hit "like".  Thank you so much.  My book also just became available on kindle on amazon.com.  Let me know how you like it!!
At 12:13pm on December 30, 2010, Richard Bauman said…
Good Karl, Thank you for the info. I'll look for it in Amazon's Kindle store.
At 7:28am on December 30, 2010, Marilynn Larew said…
And I'm only your wife, but if I can't have an opinion, who can?
At 5:35pm on December 29, 2010, Marilynn Larew said…
Yoohoo!  Candles in the Window is interesting.  Marilynn
At 9:07am on December 29, 2010, Kate L said…
Welcome :)
At 12:10am on December 29, 2010, Richard Bauman said…

Good Karl, Welcome. I'm glad you've joined us. "Candles in the Window" sound interesting. Where is it available?

 

 
 
 

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