MY NEXT BOOK

It is a sequel to Dan’s War and The Next Day .

It involves characters from both those novels and in non-stop ride through the GMO world of post-apocalyptic USA seeks an answer to the question:
Is it right, or moral to modify your daughter’s DNA to save the human race from violence and war?

I am hoping to go through traditional publishing, so it may be a while.

Also, please have a look at a recent short story “The Drive-In Hole”, in the collection “The Water Holds No Scars.” http://www.amazon.com/Water-Holds-No-Scars-Rejuvenation/dp/0692583580

Republished Short Stories


an uplifting short story about a veteran who returns from Iraq without an eye and a leg, but with a great attitude.



An unsung Pearl Harbor hero who only wants his son to forgive him and take the farm. Yet his son may not want it.

 

 

 

5 thoughts on “MY NEXT BOOK

  1. Brian Grove

    Hi Milt,

    I like your site, you have some interesting posts. My site http://www.myperfectpitch.com compliments yours, consisting of interesting articles from a published author, and a free writers yearbook with over 1000 book publishers currently accepting submissions. Keep up the good work.

    Regards, Brian

     
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    1. milt

      Brian, Thanks for visiting and your comments. I have in two minutes developed a real taste for your site, and will going back for more. The cake is very good. Can’t wait for the frosting. I’ve learned a lot about the self-publishing venue, and agree with many of your comments. It was a bit pricey, though I believe the product, Dan’s War, is excellent. Got a good editor, and the publisher, Telemachus Press, did a great job, both ebook and paperback. Since the paperback is POD, I don’t have to make “printing runs,” which is ideal–don’t pay anything for it.
      I have not made a run at many publishers, more the agent game, and find your comments excellent. Will go for it–I hope the frosting.
      Thanks again.
      Milt

       
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  2. Jeff Brackett

    Just poking around your site here and like what I see. It’s well laid out. I’ve recently downloaded Dan’s War and am just beginning to read it. So far, I’m enjoying it quite a bit. It’s just a matter of taking some free time to read, rather than write. I know I have to find a way to balance all that, along with work and family, too. Unfortunately, there always seems to be a surplus of hours in the “need” pile, and a deficit in the “have”.

    Let me know if you want to talk more on audio (“podio-“) books. When you’re ready, I’ll be happy to share what I’m doing, and how I’m doing it.

    Take care,
    Jeff Brackett

     
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    1. milt

      Hey, Jeff, thanks for stopping. Hope you like Dan’s War. I know what you mean about time. My day job is getting in the way this week. Have a great one!

       
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