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Henry Baum’s “Oscar Caliber Gun” Gets New Release in 2015


First written when SPR founder Henry Baum was only 19 years old, living in LA as a child of Hollywood movie professionals, this novel is now re-released, in time for The Oscars, with a new cover and in Kindle format, and captures the male angst of living in the City of Dreams, faced with oblivion and little hope of “making ... Read More »

Excerpt: The American Book of the Dead


Here’s what I hope to be a new feature on SPR: book excerpts.  If you’re interested, follow these instructions to post an excerpt.  The novel can be purchased here. This is the introduction to the novel.  People either love this book, or they’re mystified – which is to be expected, as I was going for some level of mystification. Some ... Read More »

Author Blogs: Are You Hiding Your Contact Information From Your Readers?


I recently blogged about author’s lack of supplying contact information in their ebooks and how they miss the opportunity to connect with their readers. Since then I have started a new blog to help authors get more attention focused on their books and their Internet presence. Much to my dismay most author blogs and websites are failing to supply their ... Read More »

Self-Published Books Leading at Smashwords


The most downloaded books today, Jan. 8, at Smashwords.com are by (self-published) Backword Books authors. Women’s fiction #1 – Homefront by Kristen J. Tsetsi #2 – Waiting for Spring by R.J. Keller (reviewed by me here) Literary fiction #1 – Homefront by Kristen J. Tsetsi #4 – American Book of the Dead by Henry Baum #6 – Waiting for Spring ... Read More »