The Way of the Eagle Wins Third National Award!

I am so happy to announce that my novella, The Way of the Eagle: An Early California Journey of Awakening, has won its third national award!  It has been named Finalist in the 2012
National Indie Excellence Awards (NIEA), in the Cross-Genre Fiction category.

The announcement showing the book cover is located on the NIEA website, HERE.

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The Way of the Eagle Named Medal-winning Finalist in 2012 Next Generation Indie Book Awards!

I’m proud to announce that The Way of the Eagle: An Early California Journey of Awakening was
named a Medal-Winning Finalist in the Novella category of the 2012 Next Generation Indie Book Awards.

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Great News – The Way of the Eagle Places in “Best Books 2011” Competition

To all fans of the book, I’m delighted to announce that The Way of the Eagle
has been honored as an Award-Winning Finalist in the Visionary Fiction category of The USA “Best Books 2011” Awards, sponsored by USA Book News.Thousands of books
in many categories were entered in this competition, including books published by mainstream publishers, smaller houses and independent publishers and authors. Each category had one winner
and …

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Global Ebook Award Nomination Honors L.A.’s Original People, The Tongva

If you asked a person on the street who the original inhabitants of Los Angeles were,
many would say the Spanish, and others the Mexicans. And some might say the film companies! None of these would be correct.

The original peoples of Los Angeles were a culturally rich tribe called the Gabrielino-Tongva, or just the Tongva, which means “People of the Earth.” The name “Gabrielino” was used
because so many Tongva lived …

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Recent Praise for The Way of the Eagle

    I was gratified to find a thoughtful review of my book on the website written by Beth, an historian in England whose avocation is reviewing historical fiction and other genres. As a new fiction author, I very much appreciate Beth taking the time to formulate this review. I have excerpted some of the comments from her long piece:         “….The story reminded…

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Welcome to The Way of the Eagle Journal!

Welcome to the first article of my Journal. Or, as the Tongva, the First People of Los Angeles, say in greeting, Nachochan!  That means literally “My eyes see your eyes, my hands are open.”I’ve updated and reposted this article in celebration of having just published my novelette, The Way of the Eagle: An Early California…

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