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Five Jay Dubya (John Wiessner) books are currently Sold-Out at Jet.com, which was recently purchased by Wal*Mart to allow for better online distribution and keener competition with Amazon.com. The five titles are: Mauled maimed Mangled Mutilated Mythology, The Wholly Book of Genesis and the Wholly Book of…
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Ten of author Jay Dubya's (John Wiessner) 89 hardcover/paperback books listed at Textbooks.com are currently "Sold-Out".
The ten titles are:
The Eighteen Story Gingerbread House, Nine New Novellas Part II, Nine New Novellas Part III, Frat Brats A '60s Novel, Mauled Maimed Mangled Mutilated Mythology, Thirteen Sick Tasteless Classics, Thirteen Sick Tasteless Classics Part IV, Two Baker's Dozen, Fractured Frazzled Folk Fables and Fairy Farces Part II, and…Continue
Added by Jay Dubya on March 18, 2017 at 5:37am — No Comments
It’s been six years since I published my first ebook and a lot has happened since. I wrote and edited feverishly, publishing another ten ebooks with four hitting the #1 status on Amazon in multiple genres. To achieve this took nearly all of my time and energy, and after completing my last ebook, AS IT IS IN HEAVEN, I decided to take a break.
After approximately twenty hours work formatting, inputting keywords, checking typo and graphics, and verifying material, my proofs are finally on their way. I can't wait to see all eleven of my books in print form. There is one tiny inconvenience, however...
Many years ago, I did publish three of my books, DEGENERATES, FROSTPROOF, and PULP in print form through iUniverse. What a huge mistake that has turned out to be. Not only was the experience a total waste of money (only about…
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Paying tribute to some famous (and some not so famous) dogs in the blog this week. Tell me some of your favorites. http://jrlindermuth.blogspot.com/
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Imagine that! Of course, I must admit I had imagined one of my books being used in a movie some day. With tongue in cheek, I say I had a grander idea in mind other than a prop, but hey I'll take what I can get. The more I thought about it the more I liked the idea.
It was mid August when I received an email from Kristina Baker Smith, Associate Producer, Stephen Folker Films at Davenport, Iowa, wondering if I'd like to donate a book for the film. I emailed back all sorts of questions.…Continue
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Fictional Hammonton NJ FBI Inspector Joe Giralo Now Being Sold Online by Wal*Mart.com
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A recent event in the music business caused me to take brief pause in my writing. Singer/songwriter Paul Simon is quitting the business. Now, I’m not the hugest of Paul Simon fans. I do like his music, and his impact on folk rock history is solidified. It’s the reason why he’s quitting that has me, as an artist, very worried.
Paul just released his 13th solo…Continue
Added by Neil Ostroff on August 18, 2016 at 11:00am — No Comments
The title of this post may be a bit misleading. It is not a lesson on winning the viral lottery. This is a curious plea for answers. I was surfing Facebook this morning and I came upon several videos that caught my attention causing me to pause and click. Two were funny animal posts (which I love), two were posts of people doing dumb things, and one was of a car accident (morbid sense of curiosity).…Continue
Added by Neil Ostroff on August 4, 2016 at 11:44am — No Comments
Just a quick update to keep my followers in the cerebral loop. I'm working on a new book that is a stand-alone story but also book #2 in the End Time Series. It is based on an idea I've had and kept in the vault for years. The subject-- what lies after the end of existence.
As I've mentioned before the going is slow with this one due to the near…Continue
Added by Neil Ostroff on July 29, 2016 at 7:30am — No Comments
Progress with my new novel is going slower than I anticipated. It’s hard to focus on storytelling during these long, lazy summer days. That’s okay… I feel content. It wasn’t always this way. Two decades ago, when I decided to focus my life energies on making it as a novelist, a slow-down like this would have driven me to the asylum. Thinking back, boy was I hungry to make it. Hour after hour, day after day, year after year… rain, snow, or sunshine, I would be in…Continue
Added by Neil Ostroff on July 22, 2016 at 12:28pm — No Comments
When I was little girl, I loved to read. I remember thinking about the stories and adventures and often imagined myself being there, with my favorite characters. My best memories of childhood revolved around those books, those characters, those very first friends waiting for me to meet them again and again, every time I opened a book. For kids who are growing up in an ever more technological world and environment I think these…Continue
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