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Sunday, December 29, 2013

Good morning all. The last two weeks have been rather hectic. Spent it with my daughter and her girls. I will admit, a grand time was had by all. I also needed to read a few more books to reach the goal of 100 before the year ended. What else? Ah, yes. Been working on Target Berlin, Sabotage, the poetry book and started a new project. Haven't named it yet, but if you're not a big Dallas Cowboys fan, you'll appreciate the humor. I'll post an excerpt after I've reread it a few times.

I'm laying out blogs for the coming year. I really lost the steam in the last few months and always found something better to do than sit down and write.

To end the year on the right foot I reduced the prices on all books through the end of the year. You can find all of them here: LDDJ 

In closing, I thought it only right to perform an end of the year freebie all the horror aficionados: Terror at The Sterling is free from Dec 30 through January 2nd.

Wishing everyone a happy and safe start to 2014!

Saturday, December 21, 2013

Good morning from the chilly, wet plains of Texas. Good news. All books have been reduced for the Christmas season. Now is the time to cash in and save BIG BUCKS whether it be an e-book or printed version. I cover a vast array of genres: alternative history, time travel, science fiction, vampires, horror, zombies, baseball manuals, humor and of course, memoirs.

So, if you been holding off, waiting for a sale, NOW is the time to jump in and pick up your favorite book. LDDJ Enterprises Publishing.

Monday, December 16, 2013

Ravenz Reviews: FEATURING Jeff Dawson

Ravenz Reviews: FEATURING Jeff Dawson

These gals do a great job helping authors spread the word. If you've never heard of this site, stop by and check out all the folks they spotlight. Right now, they are doing a Twelve Days of Christmas. It's kinda of cool because the gals, Kelly and Tammy are letting authors run the show each day. Last year they did all the work, but do to schedules and some health issues, they decided to let the authors run with it. Here's the link: The Twelve Days of Christmas Have a great day.

Wednesday, December 4, 2013

This post, for a change, has nothing to do with books or reviews. Instead, I wanted to discuss a very interesting debate I’ve engaged in. A female, whose name will remain unknown, is currently dating, seeing, accosting or visiting three male suitors. I know, so what? Well, she has a rating system of 1,2,3. She affectionately refers to them as wannabees. In other words, she might wanna be with them on a permanent basis. Yeah, nothing ground shaking here until you look at the candidates with an eagle eye. #3 isn’t worth reviewing because, well, he’s #3. But numbers two and one are.

Currently, number one has a dog which stays with his ex-wife. In order to keep visitation with the animal he has to be nice and on many occasion isn’t able to spend time with our mistress in distress.

Number two on the other hand has no baggage or ex-wives holding him canine hostage. He sends flowers at least twice a month, takes her dancing and over the Christmas Holiday has paid for four days in the Bahamas. This GUY is number two! Why?

I debated the topic at great length with this fine female specimen attempting to point out that by all logic and accounts, number two is by far superior to the current number one. She only smiled and said, “maybe.” I pose the question to the readers, based on the current facts, who should be Numero Uno?