Author Archives: ElgonWilliamsAuthor

About ElgonWilliamsAuthor

Professional author and publicist with Pandamoon Publishing. Author of Fried Windows. The Wolfcat Chronicles, Becoming Thuperman, The Attributes and One Over X. Currently live in Orlando, 3 adult children, divorced.

Becoming Thuperman Coming FEB 2017

So, I can’t tell anyone the exact date of release just yet because BECOMING THUPERMAN has not yet passed through the critical milestone of substantive  edits. But I can say that the final sub edits were submitted yesterday to Pandamoon … Continue reading

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It’s been a while…but it’s all good!

I haven’t posted to my blog for some time. There are reasons. They might come off as excuses so we’ll not go there. I’ve been busy doing things other than posting to my blog, obviously. Anyway, some of what I’ve been … Continue reading

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A Review of “Fates Past” by Jason Huebinger

Originally posted on Jennly Reads:
Everyone Has Regrets Skeletons in their closets. What if you had to relive them? Face them head on, come to terms and make peace with these personal demons and regrets. Could you? Would you? These…

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Update on Ballad of Best Buy Bonnie

(Refer to previous post regarding a refund problem Best Buy’s Geek Squad) And so the saga comes to a conclusion, a full six weeks after it began. It turns out I was right to an extent. The alleged refund was never … Continue reading

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Best Buy Bonnie – Or The Ballad of Wrong

I’ve learned a few things over the years. As a retail manager I began to understand that the customer is not always right but that doesn’t matter anyway because the customer believe he or she is always right. In the balance, … Continue reading

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Book Review: 122 Rules by Deek Rhew

Originally posted on Cheri Champagne's Blog:
122 Rules by Deek Rhew My rating: 5 of 5 stars Deek Rhew is a master when it comes to humour. Not only is this a great mystery, thriller/suspense novel, but Rhew adds…

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How Dying Changed My Life

On May 4, 1995 I died seven times. That’s what the surgical notes revealed. I might not know any of that except my health insurance required that I obtain the full transcript and forward it to them – so that they … Continue reading

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Ironing Out the Wrinkles in a Plot

In some ways publishing Fried Windows in May of last year created a few paradoxes for the main character Brent. WARNING: If you haven’t read the book, you might want to before continuing on. I’m about to reveal some things about … Continue reading

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Where Is Alabaster Cove?

Somewhere between the coastal mountains and the Pacific Ocean in northern California there is a mythical town called Alabaster Cove. At least, I think that’s where to begin looking for it. You see, on top of everything else I have problems … Continue reading

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Review of Rose Montague’s Norma Jean’s School of Witchery: Book 2 Ghost School

First, let’s get the disclaimer out of the way. Rose and I have a professional relationship as fantasy authors. We read and critique one another’s work and do it honestly, I believe. I enjoy her writing so much that I … Continue reading

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