Why not THE OTHER? Because long, long ago, in a galaxy far, far away a mighty empire called Amazon discovered that THE OTHER, the first in the Zack Tolliver, FBI series, while enrolled in KDP Select, was still on the e-book shelves of a Japanese company on some distant planet, despite the author's request it … Continue reading FREE ON CHRISTMAS DAY: ALL Zack Tolliver EBOOKS (except THE OTHER)
For followers of this blog please note CAT the eBook will be free FRIDAY December 7 as a special promotion on Amazon. Take advantage; give to a friend if you already have one. And if you've read this far, CAT will be just $0.99 later today. Enjoy!
Our best wishes for your Holiday Season! The December issue of Tolliver Tales is published. Here are some hi-lights: ☞ THE OTHER is now available as an audio book and you can get one free! ☞ WESTERN JUSTICE - three novellas by three Western authors including this author's prequel to the Zack Tolliver, FBI series in … Continue reading Tolliver Tales News Bulletin December
We present the October edition of Tolliver Tales with apologies for its late arrival. It has been a summer of many projects and deadlines, as described in the issue. We hope you will enjoy it nevertheless. Tolliver Tales June 2018
If you like free, you'll like this. Readers of my Zack Tolliver, FBI mystery series can soon download my novella THE DARK ROAD for free in a compilation of stories titled WESTERN JUSTICE, a three for free western series how-did-it-all-start bonanza! As my readers know, THE OTHER is the first book of the Zack Tolliver … Continue reading THREE FOR FREE: WESTERN JUSTICE
We will be in Lompoc this Saturday morning, which is expected to be a perfect day with a high of 74 degrees and nothing but sunshine, particularly inside THE BOOKSTORE where Leslie Sevier, et al, will be their usual cheery selves, meeting your every need. I will be there as well, with my full line … Continue reading LOMPOC, CITY OF FLOWERS
Ever wonder where donut holes come from? There seems to be an obvious answer. But is it the right one? Before we batter that idea around, let’s drill a bit deeper into the hole story of the donut. Hidden in middens at ancient Native American archaeological digs scientists have found small round cakes. Some had holes … Continue reading Much Ado About…Nothing