Book Give Away

Posted on 07/23/2015. Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: , , , , , |


Starting on 24 July 2015 ¬†and through 28 July 2015, free Kindle copies of the book “Finding the Way; From Prussia to a Prairie Homestead,” will given away to anyone who cares to download the book. Go to:

The story “Finding the Way; From Prussia to a Prairie Homestead,” begins in 1871 when Karl Mueller, a young Prussian, begins a journey to homestead land in America. Karl finds adventure, hardship and love as he travels from Baltimore to Chicago’s meat packing plants, Wisconsin North Woods, the Black Hills gold rush in a seven year journey to meet his goal.

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Posted on 12/13/2014. Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: , , , , , , , |


I have completed the revision of the book Finding the Way described in my previous post and have proofed it to the point where I can’t stand to look at it anymore and have handed it to Deanna, an editor. Finding the Way, first published in 2004, had been the first of three novels I have published and Deanna has edited all of them.
The revision hasn’t changed the storyline. Rather I applied some of what I have learned during the past ten years to reduce the word count from ninety-three thousand words to eighty-eight thousand words. One purpose of the revision had been to make the story more readable. Another purpose has been to remove Finding the Way from the iUniverse publishing system.
At the time I published Finding the Way iUniverse had been recognized as a leading self publishing provider. Because of a positive experience while working with iUniverse in publishing my first book, I went with them to publish my second book. During the process the ownership of iUniverse changed and the new management changed the company from one of the best in the business to one of the worst.
The revised version of Finding the Way will be published by Create Space and I will have no further ties with iUniverse.

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