Tuesday, August 20, 2013

USA---get a taste of a New Zealand story!

My largest number of readers by far is from the USA. I therefore make a play to get you to download 'Roskill,' my book that is now on Amazon Kindle. You can get it for the paltry sum of $US4 and for that you get a page turning story of a family ion crisis. This family could be in any city or town in the USA. Yes, it happens to be in New Zealand but I am sure that the USA faces the same issue we do in New Zealand. What happens when a parent enters the dangerous world of 'P'? You call it other names, maybe 'ICE' but certainly methamphetamine. Families are torn apart in NZ and the USA. What do you tell your children as you watch you partner self-destruct before your eyes?
What do the teenage children think as they watch their father slowly pull away from the family? 'Do as we say,' or 'Do as we do?'
The story is one of hope however as family members find their own way to cope. It is a story of courage as hard decisions are made, despite the grim plot. There are lots of laughs. The culmination will have you crying one second and then laughing until it hurts.
Go to www.authorneilcoleman.com and click on the Bookstore page to follow the link for the download. Read it and review it. Please pass the link on to your friends and family. If you have a reading AP on your IPhone or Tablet, that will work too.
Thanks, folks.

Amazon ebooks---go look for Roskill.

Yes, go look for Roskill on the Amazon site. Just search the ebooks (Kindle version). Search Roskill by Neil Coleman. Download it, read it and review it. Pass on the link and help me that way. I will keep you posted as to how the book is going.
www.authorneilcoleman.com   Go to this site and to Bookstore and follow the link

Australian election---Yawn!

I think our Aussie cousin are waking up each day, a little more bored with the choices they have re the upcoming election. For a short time there, it seemed that Kevin was going to bring a bit of relief into the race, but the electorate has quickly found out that he the same old Kevin they used to know. Then on the other hand, thye get to witness Tony making embarassing  (but bloody funny) gaffes. Put the two together and I hear that there is a movement to emulate the Boat people, but this time made up of Aussies wnating to flee the bredom of the Aussie elections. I hear that some have even become 'wannabe gays' in order to come to NZ for  a marriage ceremony. Of course being the welcoming people we are, then I say, come on over my frineds. You may even decide to stay. I shall arnage for the navy to assist in the relocation so that you can arrive in comfort and safety. NO leaky boats for you---ooops, hang on. I did say the NZ navy. Maybe that's a bit too mucvh to ask for. OH well, I hope you don;t get driven to desperation and seek out other palliatives to your boredom. Just chuck anothoer prawn on the barbie mates!
Yeah, nah, I didnt speel check this one. Had to give you something to do other than listen to Tony and Kevin!