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Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Science Fiction, Thriller, Technology, Fourth Reich

Who's ready for a sample chapter from "Target Berlin"? Wait no longer. The book won't be complete for another month, but I decided it was time let readers get a glimpse of things to come. 



Charlotte, North Carolina

It was two weeks before Judith could walk by herself. Larry never left her side as he nursed her back to health. At times he needed to use a stern tone with Rose to back-off, he had this. At first she bristled with his obstinance but relinquished when she understood how much he cared for her. He forced her to eat even when she didn’t want to. The only function she was allowed to perform was reminding him to take his daily medications. She’d seen once when he skipped a dose and threatened to evict him if his gentlemanly manners didn’t improve, and in a hurry. He never missed another dose. The only time he left her side was to call his parents about the upcoming appointment with the Neurologist, Doctor Roberts. They tried to convince him how difficult it was to schedule an appointment with a renown neurologist. He didn’t care. He would come home when Judith was better.

* * *

Dean and Sam remained a few more days after the funeral, but they still had jobs to attend and excused themselves, promising to return when Judith was feeling better. Rose knew it wasn’t a polite excuse. These men were truly connected and cared for their new colleagues.
Muki and Abdul spent their time visiting the sites around Charlotte. It wasn’t Nashville, but they made the best of it, visiting the Speedway, Music Hall of Fame, Billy Graham Library, Aviation Museum, Wadsworth Estate and the Charlotte Powerhouse Museum. They asked Rose if she’d like to go, but she respectfully declined until Judith was better.


“How was your trip, sir?” Adolphus stared at Karl.
“You’ve seen the news haven’t you?”
“Concerning the Pentagon?”
“Yes you fool, what else would I be referring to?”
“I apologize, sir.”
“It was what I feared. A total failure. All the intricate plans we laid out for eighty years vanished because Gerhardt became too confident in his own abilities. Like Leonoid, he perished and took our organization, which we painstakingly built, with him. There might be a few minor agents across the United States, but our core is gone.”
“Yes sir.”
“Yes sir, what? Yes sir we’ve failed? Yes sir we’ve bungled a great opportunity? Or yes sir, it’s time to direct my efforts elsewhere?”
“I presume the later, sir.”
“Your presumption is correct, Karl. We tried to use diplomacy. We tried to work from within and we tried to accomplish our task with civilized technology designed to reduce, what is the term?” He looked in the air for the answer. “Ah, yes, collateral damage. No more Karl. No more shall we hide in the shadows as the world disintegrates into debauchery and decadence. No more shall we remain idle as the failing powers of the U.N., China, the U.S. and NATO, dictate spineless edicts, bathing themselves in accolades and praise!” He rose from his chair. “No more Karl. No more! We shall avenge the past. We shall right the wrongs and bring order to this desolate cesspool of humanity. It is time. It is our time! Like my father, who resurrected Germany from the ashes of the Versailles Treaty, we too shall soon take our rightful place in the world and they will tremble when the Thunder of Thor ROARS out of the heavens, raining death and destruction to the unbelievers!” He fell into his chair exhausted. “Karl, call Professor Mecklenberg. Inform him it is time for Thor to fly.
“Yes, sir.”
“And Karl.”
“Yes, sir.”
“I’d like a nice glass of warm milk before I retire.”
“Yes, sir.”  Karl exited the room. 
Adolphus rotated his chair, admiring the power of the portrait on the wall. A smile crept over his lips. “Heil, Father.”

Palermo, SICILY

“Welcome Nathan Francisco. It is a pleasure to make your acquaintance. We’ve heard many good things from Don Campesie. He speaks most highly of you.”
“Thank you, Don Tiseo. The pleasure is all mine. May I suggest, before we talk business, to pay our respects to those who fell so many years ago fighting against the Germans?” He bent over, kissing his signet.
“An excellent suggestion. First, we shall travel to my humble estate and eat. It is not wise to venture on an empty stomach.”

New London

Dean was catching up on non-essential e-mails and briefs from the Navy Yard. All the reports revolved around the events at the Pentagon and the government fall-out. Politics is such a waste of time and energy. He shut down the system out of boredom, but not before a memory chip picked up an unusual vibration in the Salzburg Mountains.


“Joe, that was some of the craziest shit I’ve ever seen in my life.” It was at least the tenth time Sam told him the story.
“I know Sam. You’ve been talking about it for so long, the cows don’t wanna come home and I can’t blame ‘em.”
“Come on Joe. How can you get tired of it. I mean, seriously. The whole U.S. government could have been taken down and we’d be living under the swastika. Dammit man, everything could have change.”
“Yeah, but it didn’t. Now, if you’d have found a way for the Astros to stop losing, that would be something.” Sam knew when he was had.
“Okay Joe, I’ll see what I can do about that, but no promises” Each man shared a slight laugh.


“What is our next move Mr. President? It’s been two weeks.” asked Vice-President Andrews.
“It’s time to tell the American people exactly what happened and why.”
“But Mr. President, is that a wise move? Will the public be able to stomach the truth?”
He turned around displaying the serious glare many were now accustomed to. “John, can you stomach the truth? Have you come to terms with how close the government came to being overthrown? Do you rest peacefully at night with your wife by your side, or do you wake-up screaming every two hours knowing the horrors which were unleashed?” He didn’t give him a chance to respond. “No! I have prepared a speech for today’s press conference. The Beltway has been too secretive and closed door for too many decades. It’s time to unlock the closets and let the chips fall where they may.”
“Very well, Mr. President.”
Taylor turned the chair back to the window. “John, for once, we aren’t going to take a poll. We aren’t going to worry about fall-out or political posturing. The people put us in office. It’s time we trusted those who trusted us.”
“Yes, sir. Even if it cost us our careers? ” 

Monday, March 30, 2015

True Love Story, Romance, Book Review, Love's True Second Chance ...

Hey, It Was Free!: "Miscellaneous Monday": Love's True Second Chance ...: Genre: Interpersonal Relations, Love & Romance, Relationships, Self-Help.  283 pages Price: $4.27 ebook, $8.77 paperback (at time of...


Sunday, March 29, 2015

Milestone 30,000!

I consider this a monumental accomplishment for LDDJ. Despite having this blog for over two years, I never really did much with it. Treated it more as a side show then anything else. That changed in December, 2014 when I started allocating a certain amount of time each week to post stories, reviews and increase marketing. Up till December, there were less than 12,000 visits in those two years. In the last four months, it's averaging over 6,000 hits per month. That is something to shout about!

Thank you for all the support. 

Friday, March 27, 2015

Searching for Parents—Adoption

Let's wind up today's review's with Norma Budden's If Only. I have read many of her books over the years and highly anticipated this release. I won't say it was my favorite, but I know it will strike a chord with many of us who were adopted and always wondered what happened to our birth parents


Greek Tragedy in Australia Romantic Tale

Staying with the theme of women writers, Margaret Tanner's Allsion's War is a true crowd pleaser. If you enjoy a good tale of romance and internal, female conflict, this tale will not disappoint.

Full review: Review

Romantic, Erotic Book Review

Ladies, if you enjoy a good, fascinating, erotic story of romance, Chloe Thurlow just released a great one: Katie in Love.

Go to the link for my full review. Caution. Some of the scenes are guaranteed to get you wet! 

Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Monday, March 16, 2015

Vampire Posters Sale

If you are a hardcore vampire fan and are looking for the coolest posters on the market that you can't buy in any store, now is the time to get yours! 

Each poster is 3' by 2' Excellent as a wall decoration. 

How do you get them? Go to my paypal at LDDJ Enterprises Publishing. For only $13.00, includes shipping, this can be in your room in less than four days. 

This is a 22% savings! 

This offer only applies to US residents. Out of country shipping is exorbitant! However, if you folks out of country are dying for one, add another $14.00 for shipping—$27.00 total.

Supply is limited. Order yours today! 

Trashy, NFL, Romance Story

When I set out to write this book, I was focusing on writing a satirical account about the Dallas Cowboys of the 90's. I had no idea what I'd written would be referred to as a trashy romance novel. Appears I was mistaken as is evidenced by the current reviews. I guess looking back, they have a point. There is a lot of sex, more than I initially thought and at times, some pretty raunchy scenes. Yeah, the party scene in the locker room after the first Super Bowl Victory with Charlene, Ruben and Marshall is pretty disgusting, yet humorous at the same time.  

I want to thank the reviewers for taking the time to point at that I have managed to combine, "North Dallas Forty, Bull Durham, Ball Four and Major League" into one raucous, raunchy tale.

If you're ready for a story, sure to tickle your funny bone, what are you waiting for?

Get a copy today! Irving Titans

Sunday, March 15, 2015

Vampires versus the Third Reich, Poland, Germany, Russia

Today, I was going through all the books I still have in stock. It's quite an impressive list. Out of over 1400 ordered, I only have 173 in stock. Let's break down what they are.

1st and only run of the revised cover for Occupation. 

I doubt I'll run this cover in printed version any time soon as the original cover is doing well. However, I'm not one to deceive buyers, there are misspelled names in this copy. Iva should be Ivan, In some places Yakov became Kharkov and Mustafa the III came out as Mustang.

I'm reducing the price for this limited run to $7.00 That includes shipping, U.S. only. That is a fifty percent savings!  For all other countries, the total comes to $22.00. Out of country shipping is ridiculous!  To get your copy, go to my  Paypal, LDDJ Enterprises Publishing.

Veterans of all wars. Book review

It's been a long time since  I posted a book review. Time I remedied that issue. Robert Lamon has released his historical fictional work about his experiences during this turbulent war. Yes, it was a war, not a Police Action or Resolution. 

This is not you common tale of a soldier's memories of surviving combat. Oh, no. It's much more than that. This work deals with the psychological damage our men and women suffer on the battlefield and the unseen scars they bring home and deal with every day. 

With PTSD at the forefront of the medical work, many are now properly diagnosed and treated for the crippling disease. This wasn't the case in the 40's, 50's, 60's and 70's. 

When I finished reading this excellent work, I was left wondering how many more names should be added to wall in Washington?

Get a copy today and prepare for an extremely well written book.

Full review: The Last Dead Hero