A YouTube.Com video is planned, watching a Russian MiG-35 disappearing before your eyes, as it flies low level over Egypt. Shades of Klingon and Romulan stealth!
Intrigued? You should be. Bob and David are consummate researchers of details.
You can look for the book on Amazon.Com the end of February, 2012.
This book, like others by David, gives its main characters their own websites and blogs. You can converse with the heroes and even the villains, just as if they were real people.
An audio version is available.
Want to live longer?
It is a seminal work and will probably save your life.
Look for it about March 1st, 2012.
At that website portal, you can actually email and blog with Robert and Christie, as well as three other main characters: Gordon Roth, Jamila Zenobia and Storm Endsley.
On request, you can even interface with various villains, but they won't be considering themselves villains, so expect a good argument.
The latest, "Flash Points" is a novel about two leading candidates for the governorship of California. They fall in love, pledge a non-maligning campaign, and date publicly, to the delight of the world watching two people in love. One will win and the other will be "First Spouse."
It's a novel about what goes on in the backrooms and closed doors of politics, the intrigue, the bargaining, the negotiation, the positioning for power, and the very public side of politics. You will be surprised about who does what and why.
As always, David answers all email personally.
David didn't know they existed. They didn't know the book existed.
Guess what the core of "Complexity" is. It's Human Trafficking. The amazing Jim Tapscott gave him the idea for the ending.
Obviously, David bought and sent them the first copy.
The book begins with two crack CIA agents being unable to thwart the kidnapping of 18 women from the crowded grandstand watching 4th of July fireworks at Mission Beach in San Diego. The trail leads to Africa. It's much more sinister and evil than slavery.
My dear friend Francis Tapscott passed away on 1-12-2012, the day I submitted Mach 6 to the publisher. She loved a good aviation yarn and I had dedicated the book to her. I hoped to get her a copy, but I couldn't do so. I'll see her again, of course, vibrant, alive in Heaven, and I'll read her the book that was for her.
You can buy a copy by clicking the cover.
This book shows that geniuses are more made than born. They have a different way of looking at problems, and a different way of seeking solutions. I have broken down the processes that geniuses use to find solutions. Basically, I codified the process of Being A Genius. It goes like this:
Seek the impossible limits and attack those. Anyone can handle the rest, so let them. Concentrate your vast mental energy on things more worthy of you.
When you find an impossibility, then shout "Hallelujah" and work there. This book details, step by step, how to work there. For one thing, pretend that limitation doesn't exist and see what the world would look like in that case.
Usually, it leads to another limit, and disregarding that one leads to another, until an easily solved limit appears, and the whole problem falls apart, as the solution shouts itself into existence.
One of my editors thanked me for including photos in Mach-6 because she is a visual person, so I redoubled the task and made Audaz available in both Color and in Large Print. Please enjoy!
Thank you so very much for inspiring me to make
It will sell for a whopping $9.95 plus a few dollars for shipping, and it will arrive about five business days after you order it. If you want it faster, I've arranged for 1-day-air and 2-day-ground shipping.
As you may know, I believe in pictures to enhance text. Printing a book in full color is about $17 more expensive, total around $27 plus shipping, so to keep your costs down, the black-and-white version is available. That means black-and-white inside like nearly any novel, but with a quality color cover of course.
Please accept my warmest thanks for inspiring me to do this.
I took some time off to help Ann Covey with her lovely book "Steven's Song" which you'll find here by the end of August 2012. DoctoRx will go live about the same time as Steven's Song does.
It gets better. This month, I was able to finish two novels, not just one, "Sleep Smiling" being the second one. Amazon included it in their KDP Select catalog also. They also chose Mach-6 and Complexity.
I have to celebrate! Next weekend, 11/16/12 thru 11/18/12, you will be able to download both books to your Kindle or your PC absolutely free -- but on those days only, per Amazon rules!
They'll be published in paperback by mid-month.
Along the way, I was able to help three other authors publish their books, as e-books, in print and in audio format.
Well, it was a part time journey, because I'm the full-time Chief Division Officer of two companies I love, called Good Samaritans.
I thank all of my friends, along with my best friend of all, Jesus, for giving me the inspiration and stamina to do this. You are the best ever!
My contract expired, so I updated it severely with a large number of photos and a new title. I published it in print at Amazon for about half price, $17.99. It's a large book.
My dear friend Doug Stokes got an advance copy and has been encouraging me to put it on Kindle.
Amazon is reviewing the Kindle version at $3.49 and it should be available tomorrow. Thank you Doug!!
There is no need for "bleeps" and @#$% words. They have no place in society. Some diagree, but I lay out this challenge to all novelists. "Try writing without such words and see if you don't write better!"
For this to work, my books need to be on best-seller lists. Thus, they need you to review them.
Here's the plan:
It seems I'm on track to follow my sister, Delle Jacobs, to best-sellerdom by Christmas, and I need a boost from you.
My books need short blurbs, reviews and lots of them.
Accordingly, I'm making my whole library free on selected weekends, several books at a time. After all, you need books if you're going to read and review them.
I'm sending email with the schedule. You can also find the schedule on the home page, down at the bottom.
Kindle books download free. You can even get Paperbacks at a 100% discount on those same days. Amazon requests about $4.50 shipping for the first book and 50-cents for each additional book in the same box.
That sounds like a great Christmas gift. I'm doing that too.
My sister, Delle Jacobs finished an outstanding cover for Steven's Song based on design work by Sandra Smithey, who also did the transcription (from pencil) and editing. I only helped with the publishing.
Personally, I wrote three more books in November:
2. AS THE WORLD BURNS, SLEEP SMILING became available. It has its own web page here, accessible from the home page.
3. THE SEDUCTION OF DOCTORx was also released in November. You can read about it on the home page and on its own page. It's the 2nd of the Dare Books series
4. EMBRACE THE IMPOSSIBLE, THE COLOR OF A MAN is released to a limited audience. It's the 2nd of the Rebirth of Business series.
I love to experiment with all sorts of things and as a result, this book has been called a new genre. I'm not sure about that, but it's thrilling for certain and it goes into areas I've not seen in literature.
Please let me know if you'd like me to write faster in this series: Wind Books. At the moment, I intend five books.
Thanks my friend,
The Hebrew word pronounced Mensch is reserved for an honorable person of rare and noble character.
Such was the late Martin Krauss, my good friend and husband of talented author Margaret Krauss.
Martin was a man of humor. I recall him counselling hounger men that marital longevity is easy, if you think it is. "Unfortunately for you," he said, "my Margaret is off the market."
Martin was a Messianic Jew who knew Jesus as his Messiah.
You put my name up all over the place on search engines. "Author, WIll David Mitchell" or the same thing without quotes, utterly dominates places like Google.
Now, I know that's mostly because you can count the number of authors with my full name with one thumb and I'm not writing for fame at all, just to promote good literature by example. But you're promoting it! That's what's very cool.
Thanks from my heart,
My good friend and husband of my cherished sister, Delle Jacobs passed away, almost suddenly after a very short battle with cancer.
Dell has stopped writing for a while, to regain her strength, unable to move her talented fingers across the keys.. I, too for a while. Jeff was a magnificent man. The world is poorer and Heaven richer.
If you get a chance, please see http://DelleJacobs.Blogspot.Com for her short tribute to one of God's finest men, the great love of her life.
Meet you at the south wall of New Jerusalem, my friend.