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Congratulations to the random drawing winners!


Congratulations to the random drawing winners, Patty and Kim! You both won $10 Amazon Gift Cards.

At 9:05pm on the 14th of June, 2013, the winners of the Prize Drawing that was announced a week ago:

were selected by


Here are the links to their reviews for the “The Dragon Who Loved Water Lilies and Other Funny Stories” Patty and Kim submitted:

Thank you to all who participated!

Since this drawing was such a success, I am thinking of running more of them in the future. Follow this blog of friend me on Facebook:

to make sure you won’t miss the announcements.



One random drawing. Two prizes. Read on


Good news, everyone!

A couple of weeks ago I set out to gift away ten copies of “The Dragon Who Loved Water Lilies and Other Funny Stories.”

Many thanks to all of you kind people who have shown the interest in reading and reviewing this book. Your support of this humble writer of funny nonsense is much appreciated.

To show my gratitude, I am doing a random prize drawing for people who posted a review. The rules are simple:

1. The drawing will be held on Sunday, July the 14th, 2013. The entries will be closed by 9pm Pacific Time.

2. To enter the drawing, simply message me on Facebook with your email address and the link to the review. Here’s my Facebook page:

3. The email addresses of the winners will be randomly picked by:

4. There are going to be two Winners of two equal Prizes: Two $10 Amazon gift cards.

➨ The two lucky winners will be announced here on this blog and on my Facebook page.

★Help for posting a review and finding the link to your review ★

✔ How to post a book review:

Posting a review is easy.

Simply go to the book’s page:

Scroll down to Customer Reviews. Click on the gray button that says “Write a customer review.”

Write a customer review button

It will take you to the page where you write the review.

Click on the number of stars, write something as a title of the review, and a few words in the review field.

Click “Preview” button, click “Publish.” All done!

✔ How to find a link to the review you’ve posted:

After you have posted a review, it might take Amazon a little while to show it on the book’s page. If it is your first review ever, it might take close to 48 hours, so please plan accordingly to make sure you have time to enter the drawing.

If it’s not your first review, it should show up pretty fast; most times it takes only a couple of minutes.

Simply click on this link:

In the link above, the reviews for this book are pre-sorted by time with the most recent ones on top. As soon as you see your review, click on the little blue link right under the review on the right-hand side that says “Permalink.” This will open your review separate from all the others. Simply copy the URL from your browser and paste it into your Facebook message. Please don’t forget to include your email as well, okay?

As you can see, this is pretty simple. If you have any questions, please feel free to message me on Facebook. Good luck!


Update 07/14/2013:


The winners are announced!

Apart From Love, FREE on August 31, 2012 to September 2, 2012. Guest Post by Uvi Poznansky.

Guest Post by Uvi Poznansky:

Apart From Love

Summer’s come to a close, the breath of autumn is here
Time for reflection, time for a break
But before the change of seasons, this year

Listen to my whispers, and make no mistake–

As golden leaves drift, rustling in the air
Come cuddle with me, open my cover
Apart From Love, there’s not a moment to spare
Leaf through my story, it’s yours to discover


The Kindle edition of Apart From Love will be free on these dates:

August 31, 2012 to September 2, 2012.

★★★★★ Reviews:

32 customer reviews on Amazon. To read them, and to ‘Look Inside’ the book, please click here

Also see review, and listen to one of my radio interview here

More radio interviews can be found under my bio in my blog.

Not for Everyone!

According to one reviewer, this book is for “Introspective readers who love complex characters, Sam Shepard fans, poets, artists, film noir buffs.”

Another reviewer says, “Recommend this book to anyone who would like to read something a little bit different from the normal run of fiction.”

Book Description:

Written with passionate conviction, this story is being told by two of its characters: Ben, a twenty-seven years old student, and Anita, a plain-spoken, spunky, uneducated redhead, freshly married to Lenny, his aging father. Behind his back, Ben and Anita find themselves increasingly drawn to each other. They take turns using an old tape recorder to express their most intimate thoughts, not realizing at first that their voices are being captured by him.

Meanwhile, Lenny is trying to keep a secret from both of them: his ex-wife, Ben’s mother, a talented pianist, has been stricken with an early-onset alzheimer. Taking care of her gradually weighs him down. What emerges in these characters is a struggle, a desperate, daring struggle to find a path out of conflicts, out of isolation, from guilt to forgiveness.

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