Zenith Rising: A Story for Our Times


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Reply Henry Nelson
11:26 PM on April 29, 2009 
Well, done, MG! I enjoyed the book from beginning to end. The narrative was vivid,
the characters well defined. I plan to give it another read . The best compliment
I can give you is that I was saddended to get to the last page--you left me wanting more.
Reply Kathleen Boehm
4:16 AM on April 18, 2009 
Hi Michael,
I know of you from church, Mary is a friend and fellow gardener. I followed this link, as I'm following Chuck Otto and investigating environmental issues/sites.

Good luck with your book. I have a neice who is sequestered in Charleston, working on her second novel.

Guess I'll see you in church,


Kathleen Boehm
Reply Cathy Mankin
9:17 PM on April 16, 2009 
Hiya Michael. I wanted to know if you would like to come visit my new forum? I recently set up one and wanted to invitie you and your friends. Here is the link: http://www.catzthekey.proboards.com ...I hope you will come join us and visit a while. Thanks, Cathy Mankin
Reply Penelope A. Riley
2:57 PM on April 13, 2009 
At least I peaked your curiosity with my traveling alone at 9! If you knew me at 9 you would of known what a big feat that was. Most people when I tell them that are amazed that I did that.
I hope you enjoy my book and get a few laughs out of my adventures. I too use the travel agent bit as a way to cut cost and to assit myself around the world. I do book travel too, but do not count on it as my income.
China, sounds great. I have never been there. This summer it is off to a book signing in Spokane, Washington, Seattle then off to Alaska and in August I head to England. I am already planning my travels for 2010 to Caribbean Islands, The Passion Play in Germany then hopefully off to the Baltic countries , Denmark, Sweden, Finland and to Russia.
Should be able to find somemore absurd stories out of that.
I like the design of your web page with the open book . Very nice.

I have to make new revision to mine next week and get my newsletter out then I can go back to work on the other 3 books I have in the works.

Good Luck on your adventures and now I will take a peek through the rest of the website. Sure wish I could hear your parents adventures from China.

Reply Penelope A. Riley
2:56 PM on April 13, 2009 
I will try again. Thanks for the purchase and I hope you see some humor in my adventures.
Will try to see if this goes through before writing more.
Reply Curt Gibson
4:07 PM on April 10, 2009 
Loved the excerpt. Dialogue was good and moved the story along quite well. Keep up the good work,

Curtis Gibson
Daddy's Tavern
Reply Sloan
2:27 PM on April 8, 2009 
:) I will have to txt it to myself so I can remember to find myself a copy! Looking forward to reading it and passing on many fine recomendations!
Reply Kelly Anne
5:00 PM on April 2, 2009 
Just booked a trip back to the States in early July. Look forward to picking up a copy (or two) then - and getting it signed of course!
Reply dan chaffee
3:17 AM on April 1, 2009 
Hi Michael, Not too difficult to trace your source of inspiration for this book!
I wish you the best of luck with it. The cover art isn't too shabby, IMO..
Dan Chaffee
Reply jacqui
1:23 PM on March 24, 2009 
Hello Michael. Saw your posts on Shelfari...am a fellow writer from Southeast Michigan...recently finished my first novel about Detroit 1955 to the present from the perspectives of five members of a rock band. Look forward to reading Zenith Rising.