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Just in time for Christmas, Tell Her Goodbye is now available in paperback. You can buy it from my web site by clicking here. It should be available on Amazon by December 17th. You can go to my Amazon web page by clicking here.
Tell Her Goodbye is now available on Amazon.com. It can be read on any Kindle software product, so that means the Kindle eReader, Kindle Fire eReader, Kindle software on any computer or smartphone. If you have Amazon Prime, you may borrow the book and read it for free! Read an except by clicking here. I always appreciate the help
Journey Out of the Darkness is now with the proofreader. I am working with the graphic artist on the new cover and writing the blurb for the back of the book and Amazon. It will be a Kindle Select book, so those of you who have Amazon Prime can get the book for free. The
Tony Grace is pure evil in my book The Possessor. There is no right or wrong in Tony’s world. He is anti-social, angry, and very lonely. He is an outcast in a world he can’t comprehend. I came up with the idea for Tony from two individuals that crossed my path earlier in my life.
One of the hardest parts of writing is choosing your audience: whom do you want to entertain. Many writers fail because they can’t find their audience. I chose women 45 and above as my target audience. There were several reasons for choosing this age group. Number one, they read. Women read books while men tend
We are now in the process of doing the last proof of Tanglewood Road and The Processor in paperback. After that, some last-minute formatting and they should be ready to go. I hoped to have them out in paperback by the end of January but it looks like the first two weeks in February are
Read a sample chapter of my new book, The Possessor. Go to http://www.davidmhooper.blogspot.com. The Possessor will come out as a Kindle Ebook the week of January 23rd. The print version will be out the first of February.
The Possessor is a powerful and suspenseful coming of age story that takes place in 1954. It evolves around Mac, a young fourteen-year-old who is sent to live with his Aunt Holly and Uncle John in Bolivar, Missouri. His father has had a possible heart attack. While there, he meets a young fifteen-year-old girl named
I want to thank everyone that has gone to my web page or Amazon and made a purchase. it is very humbling to know that you write something for entertainment and others enjoy it. Writing a novel like Tanglewood Road takes a great deal of time and energy. Sometimes you ponder over how to best
I first published Tanglewood Road in 2006 but I never was comfortable with the finished product. So, I got the rights back from my publisher, rewrote it, got a wonderful proofreader, and here is the finished product. All those years teaching with women gave me an insight into their lives. One phenomenon, if you can