The world is at war, but so far, we are not in a world war – knock on wood. Let's be thankful for our relative peace and prosperity in the current moment and think of our friends and fellow humans suffering under the tyranny, and specter of tyranny, of killers and warmongers. I look to Avi Loeb's child-like...
Friendship Games is Number 1 in Fiction in Kirkus Reviews Magazine's Best Indie Books of October 2023
What will it take for you to read it? I mean, if you like Tom Clancy, Dan Brown, Eric L. Harry, Steven Konkoly, etc., what are you waiting for?
Friendship Games Makes Chanticleer Reviews Global Thriller Book Awards for High Stakes Suspense Long List
In my interview on the Writers Fix Problems podcast, hosted by NY Times bestselling author Blaine Pardoe, Blaine pointed out that I had employed a few "Easter Eggs" here and there that he really enjoyed. "Easter Eggs" are ways that I paid homage to other authors or works, or even political symbolism, that I incorporated into Friendship Games.
"How would a possible war between the United States and Iran pan out in the near future? This is the premise of Mark James' gripping military thriller, Friendship Games. After an unprecedented attack on an American aircraft carrier by a terrorist organization backed by the Iranian regime in the Persian Gulf leads to the deaths of thousands of...
I am well under way with book 3, tentatively titled Daddy Broke the World. If you've read Friendship Games, then you'll know where the working title comes from. I am okay with sharing the working title because it will more than likely change, and probably more than once. It already has.
Last month, the Mililtary Writers Society of America (MWSA) held their annual banquet in Newbury, Connecticut, and announced their award winners.
Screens and the Ego is a collection of short-stories and essays by Jane-Marie Auret, a young author in her early 20s and a member of Gen Z. As a teacher, I was keen to read the book with the hope of gaining some insight into the struggles and everyday concerns of younger generations and also see how they might differ from my own experiences....