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Cold Coffee Press Endorses The Keepers of Time by Russell F. Moran

by on April 09, 2016

The Keepers of Time: Book Five In The Time Magnet Series by Russell F. Moran Admiral Ashley Patterson and her husband Jack have done it again. They’ve traveled through time, 200 years into the fu ... more


Free Book Promotion

by on April 09, 2016

Cold Coffee Cafe offers free book promotion to all authors. http://coldcoffeecafe.com/ ... more


It Takes Two Babe...

by on March 28, 2016

Anyone else working with a co-writer? I initially wrote three novels before being asked to compete a semi-autobiographical account of a police officer's life shortly after he died suddenly. This was a ... more


New Website Entries

by on March 27, 2016

New update for www.beaninformedvoter.com, March 27/2016. Chapter 3 excerpt from "The Old Prospector's Mule" plus Be An Informed Voter weekly newsletters, March 20 and March 21. The 2016 presidentia ... more


Be An Informed Voter!

by on March 23, 2016

New information is available from the political opinion book, "Some People Are Like The Old Prospector's Mule...You Have To Hit 'Em Between The Eyes With A Two-By-Four To Get Their Attention!" Access ... more


Travelman

by on March 20, 2016

Have you ever tested the limits of your imagination? Where does your imagination begin and where does it end? Read "Travelman" and test the limits of your imagination. Travel Man is an ordinary man ... more


Thought Monkey

by on March 20, 2016

I was always fascinated with the idea which I heard growing up that our ideas are like monkeys. If we do not hold on to good ideas, they just swing away into the trees like monkeys. Later I read about ... more


Ghostly Attachment Issues

by on March 14, 2016

I have a shiny bike. It’s pink with a little white wicker basket. I call it the grandma bike. So no, I’m not a cycling enthusiast. You won’t see me hunched over the handlebars wearing slick shor ... more


Stephen King and I

by on March 09, 2016

Stephen King is my friend. He just doesn’t know it. Let’s face it, he just doesn’t know me. But he saved me, nonetheless. I grew up in the housing projects. Enough said, right? Want a dream kill ... more


Elmore Leonard’s 10 Rules of Writing: Annotated

by on March 08, 2016

Every so often I find it useful to take a look at the late Elmore Leonard’s 10 Rules of Writing. It is sage advice from a master. Every writer should read these rules and remember them. I’m doi ... more



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