Author of the memoir, "Where Did My Life Go?"

Author of the memoir, "Where Did My Life Go?"
My FREE short story Memoir Available Worldwide on Amazon and iBooks (Click the Picture Above)

Saturday, May 28, 2016

My short story "Where Did My Life Go? A Towering Experience" is about the time I worked at Tower Records on Sunset Blvd. for 3 years while I lived in my van until my van was towed and Tower Records went out of business. My eBook memoir is available for *** FREE *** on Amazon, iTunes, iBooks, Barnes & Noble, NOOK, Google Play, Google Books, KOBO and Smashwords. Links Below:

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Amazon Book Reviews:

"I wasn't sure exactly what to expect with this one (wow, a lot of reviews start that way don't they?) but I was pleasantly surprised. K.D. worked at the famous Tower Records on Sunset Blvd, and this details some of his tribulations there. Not only do you get various stories about celebrities, who came into the store, but the fact K.D. was homeless and living in his van during this time period adds some personal drama to the story as well. It's not lengthy but it's well written and never gets boring. If you are a huge music fan or musician such as myself, or if you enjoy slice of life type stories, I think you should check this one out!"

 "I thoroughly enjoyed K.D. Sanders anecdotal account of the three years he spent working at Tower Records on the Sunset Strip in L.A. The author writes in an honest, relaxed and conversational style that reflects his carefree attitude and lifestyle."

"I enjoyed the celebrity encounters, particularly the one with Steve Perry. Some are laugh-out-loud funny, like the one with Nikki Sixx of Motley Crue."

"I look forward to the next installment in the author's memoirs. Beyond the interest in the iconic Tower Records and celebrity encounters, I want to know what happened next in the author's life, as his circumstances are left up in the air."

My next book, "Where Did My Life Go? Homeless and Out of Business" continues my memoir story and is available also on Amazon, iBooks, Google Books, NOOK and Smashwords. For only 2.99. It is an eBook that is 289 pages long and journals my trial and tribulations from 2010-2014 as a unemployed, homeless man living in the Florida Keys trying to stay afloat and make ends meet.

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Amazon Review:
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All I can say is, wow.

“Where Did My Life Go? Homeless and Out of Business” is by far one of the most raw, powerful, and engaging reads that I’ve come across in a long, long time. Author K.D. Sanders offers readers a very personal and unaltered look into his life, thoughts, and feelings as he underwent some very rough times as a homeless man while experiencing that many of us will never even come close to in our ordinary lives. I say this and the book may seem quite gloomy at first, but I also would say there’s another side to it – I interpret the book as having a sort of theme about personal redemption and keeping headstrong even through all the bad things that life can throw at you. The author manages to keep his spirits high even while dealing with unfortunate circumstances and for that I admire his courage.

As well as this, the text is written in a way that flows nicely due to a relatively relaxed undertone and there are plenty of general musings about the author’s opinion on homeless life in general that I found to be very thought-provoking (and even sobering at times). Overall, I enjoyed the read and I found it to be honestly quite refreshingly new compared to what I’ve been coming across these days. Definitely worth checking out.

I need more reviews. Please, if you like my eBook story share it with anybody you know or don't know. If you have the time to post a positive review, it would be greatly appreciated and help me immensely. I am currently writing my next memoir installment called, "Detox Diaries" about the time I entered a alcohol and drug rehab in Miami, Florida. Stay tuned. Sign up for email updates. Thanks. and have fun with whatever you are doing, life is too short not too...:)

Friday, May 27, 2016

I'm back! Did you miss me? Anyway, I've been working on promoting my latest eBooks. I have a new Worldwide link to my
FREE (some places in Europe might be 0,99 EUR, I'm trying to change that) short story "Where Did My Life Go? A Towering Experience" Available on Amazon iBooks NOOK and Google Play Worldwide International Link wherever Amazon iBooks and Google Play is sold!

One of my 7 Reviews from Amazon.

Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Brand New Book Coming Soon..

To all my legions of fans. I will no longer allow the mere human being to freely see my blog because I am putting what I have written thus far (2010 - 2015) into a convenient e-book for the masses to purchase for only 2.99  on If you want to continue to read my fascinating blog post in the past and into the future you will have to provide your email and I will put you on the list so you can read for FREE until your hearts content. Send your email address to and I will give you the key to FREE full lifetime access to my blog. Thank you and goodnight.

BTW.. My current short story, "A Towering Experience" will be available for FREE on October 9th, 2015 until October 13th, 2015 only on in honor of my biological father's death from a gunshot on October 10, 1970 and Columbus Day, a day of Discovery, October 12th, 1492.


Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Cops, Rain and Mosquitoes...Which way is UP^

It's hard to escape the cops, rain and mosquitoes when you're sleeping in the woods. All you can do is prepare yourself. As far as the rain is concerned, I bought a 60" umbrella for 5 bucks at Home Depot, which I just recently got discovered behind by the cops and issued a trespassing warning, never to return.(why couldn't the record company find me as easily as when I was trying to make it in the music business, then I wouldn't be in predicament, anyway) I bought some Deep Woods Off. Mosquitoes, in check. I couldn't find the cop repellent though, 2 out of 3 ain't bad. Now for the cops. All I can say is that the Monroe County Sheriff's deputies are a lot cooler than the Key West Pathetic Department..I mean Police, oops....  Let me digress and say, I have moved on to better and greener pastures. In which, I will not divulge details, as I did with my last "secret" hiding spot as the cops found me by accident, through a jinx, I think? If  I would of went deeper into the woods, they would have never found me. But because I was lazy and didn't want to go the distance, I fell short.  I wasn't even sleeping at the time. I was sitting up listening to Neil Young when I saw the white flashlight coming towards me without anywhere to run. The police officer stopped exactly where I was and told me to move on. As I was leaving, the officer shouted, " Hey Sanders", I turned and he asked if  I was the Statue Of  Liberty. I replied, "No, but I play one on T.V."

  Speaking of which, I am currently working at Liberty Tax as the dancing fool, raising eyebrows on the street corner, dressed in a dress and crown, spinning around in two different towns. I am performing Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays in Key West between 2 p.m. and 6 p.m. and my hometown of Marathon, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. I take the bus to Key West with a certified homeless discount of 2 bucks which takes an hour and a half to get to my destination, whereas, if I drove a car, it would only take an hour. But my license is suspended from some bullshit frivolous lawsuit filed by some asshole attorney in Ft. Lauderdale named Gary Kornfiled. (If you see him, shoot him and I'll pay YOU 5,000 dollars, instead of this full of bullshit frivolous asshole) when I got in a "fender bender" without an ambulance or injuries at the time.About five years later, I found out he filed a bodily injury lawsuit for 5,000 dollars and that he could suspend my license until I paid the judgement. Otherwise, I would buy a van and live in it, like I did in L.A. for 3 years when I worked at Tower Records on Sunset. Needless to say, I don't have 5,000 dollars, which I think the bill is up to 10,000 dollars now with interest. So I let my feet do the walking and keep on dancing. Hurry though, the party ends April 15th!!! Don't forget to pay your taxes!!! I have since gotten job offers for other sign waving jobs in Marathon.One possibility is a sign waving shark at Aquarium Encounters. Which goes to show, at least to me that, I don't care if you're slinging shit for a living, sling the shit the best way you can and become the best shit slinger the world has ever seen and then maybe you might move on to bigger and better things. Don't half ass things in a lazy way. You only get in life what you put into it. Do your best and fuck the rest. You only have ONE life to live without a second chance!!!

  A little about what I observe while spinning around drawing attention for the business, which BTW, I HATE drawing attention. I like to go unnoticed.Which is a weird dichotomy to my unchosen profession. I don't like people staring at me. But they do in my shocking Statue Of Liberty suit. Which I think is no big deal but to other people, I see a different reaction. Some people smile and wave or even laugh, which I think is great. And then there are other people, especially in Key West, that have have a scowl on their face shaking their head, which I don't understand that they don't understand. I had one guy ask me with a disgust question, "Man, how much do they pay you to do that?" I said. "Too much!"  I have never seen so many miserable people living in "paradise". It's unbelievable!! I don't get, that they don't get it. They probably have a roof over their head and obviously have a car or are using somebody else's car and here I am trying to work, living in the streets, trying to keep away from the cops, rain and mosquitoes, happy as I can be. I know you can't buy happiness but damn it, be thankful for what you have!! It could be worse but it seems their narrow minds only see a fool, dressed up in a Statue Of  Liberty suit, dancing around like a clown, and they look like, from my point of view, that they want to pull their hair out. I don't need much. I am happy with my iPad, my music and bus pass. Like I have heard in the past. I rather be poor and happy than rich and sad. Now with that said, that doesn't mean everybody who has money is sad. There's ALWAYS an asshole in every class of society. Be it a homeless bum or a bazillionaire. Doesn't matter. All I know for sure is, personally speaking, music saves my life everyday. Without music, you might as well shoot me in the head and get it over with. Speaking of which, I need to end my timed session at the library and go to work. I had to use the public computers to write this little story because my  iPad has a cracked screen after I did a spin as the Statue of Liberty and it flew out of my side holster. Thank God it still plays MUSIC. It's going to cost me 150 dollars to fix but worth every penny. Anyway, to da loo, skip to my lou, I have more work to do. And another thing, as Nicko McBrain would say,(For you idiots, Mr. McBrain is the bad ass drummer for Iron Maiden).......remember kids,....Don't worry about what I'm doing, worry about what the fuck YOU are doing!!! { :)-------------------------------------------------------------------------Gene Simmons
Hugs and KISSes!!
Signing off,
Dr. Love

Sunday, March 8, 2015

Current situation and past writings

Long time no see. I am currently dancing in the streets as the Statue Of Liberty in the number one dance, drama T.V. show in the cities of Marathon and Key West. I used to live at Tracy's Pet Service in Marathon until the rent and drama went up. Now I am back in the woods, streets, mangroves, whatever the hell you wish to call it. Funny enough, my new home is next to the Home Depot inbetween the American Legion, a place I practically grew up in as a kid. I really don't mind sleeping outside. There are only 3 things I wish would go away. Cops, mosquitoes and rain. It's a bitch to wake up at 3 o'clock in the morning with a sudden downpour of rain, even though I probably do need a shower, it sucks waking up to raindrops. But I have come prepared. I bought a 5 dollar 60" umbrella that I purchased at, guess where?, at HOME DEPOT!!! Who says I don't pay taxes? The cops have yet to approach me at my unhumble abode without a roof, T.G., that means thank God, for you ignorant M.F's, which means MotherFuckers. Damn, do I have to spell everything out as I try to write short hand! I'm trying to save time and keystrokes. But like I always say, life is simple, people make it difficult, anywho, where was I?....Oh yeah, explaining life sleeping outside, the relentless mosquitoes are, well, relentless and determined to suck your blood like Dracula. No matter what time of day of night but especially after the rain that just woke you up and now you can't go back to sleep. Now you, M.F's (see above for definition) know why I drink. I was sleeping at the public defenders' office in Key West for about 6 months without interaction with cops until the other night when a nice lady cop ran my I.D. and took my picture and told me to leave. So that secret spot is secret no more. She said she patrols it 3 or 4 times a night. So now I am currently working as the Statue of Liberty in Key West because my fellow co-worker in the same crown and gown as for his paycheck early and my nice boss gave it him with a warning. If he went up to Marathon and didn't show up the next day, he would be fired. Apparently, not heeding the warning, he did just that and subsequently was fired the next day. So my boss wanted me to fill in Key West for 2 weeks until he found somebody else. So I have to commute an hour and a half on the bus from Marathon to Key West. Which is fine with me, I love traveling, although I rather see a different road. I get a discount on the 4 dollar fare to 2 dollars because I am homeless, uh, residentially challenged, to speak politically correct but I don't follow politics. It's actually not as bad as one would perceive. As long as you can escape the above mentioned nuisances....O.K., I am tired of typing on my only day off. Of course, I have much more to say and explain but I just don't have the time today....until then enjoy my latest thoughts put into a poem, I call lyrics to a song....P.S. Thank you Lord for all the blessings you have given me and to the music that keeps me alive everyday...I Love You...until my dying day!!! XO

Underneath the pine trees
Is the place I sleep 
Under the stars
They keep me warm
From the winter breeze

Shelter me
From the sun
Guide me back
To a brighter day

The best thing
You could not see
Through your materialistic eyes
The best part is
It's all for free

It brings tears to my eyes
You  can't see
The beauty before me
In a hurry
To make money

As I think it
Isn't everything
You miss the point
In life
You only live once
Too late 
To start over again

Enjoy and hold on to 
What you once had
Never to return

Escape the cop chase
At the wrong place and time
In between 
The donut shop
And coffee break
To live free for another day

Trying to live my life
Free of charge

Hang on
To my mind
I own
Free and clear
With a couple of beers
A 20% chance of showers

Wait for the thunderstorm to happen
The hurricane is coming 
Without a word 
Or warning
Brace yourself 
For the magic to appear
Before your eyes 
Beyond disbelief 

Call me David Copperfield for short 

Not my fault
Things didn't work out
The way I thought
All I can say
Is that I tried
To live a dream
Apparently not meant to be

So sad to see
I hate to say
You wish you were me
Do what I can
Before I get
To Heaven
To see my family
Once again
Left me alone
Too soon
I know they love me
Looking down
From up

I will keep 
Moving on
Trying to do 
The best I can
Make my family proud
With what I have left
Hide behind memories
Left behind
Good times

But the stars still
Shine bright
Undercover me
Into a peaceful night

I love my brother
From a different father
But we share
The same mother
Who left too soon
From pancreatic cancer

 He is a cancer doctor today
That took years
I couldn't believe
He was still in his
After the day I 
Graduated high school

He believed 
In all my dreams
Opened minded
Accepted the thought
I wanted to be a rockstar

He supported me
More times than once

Gave me a chance
To see California
When I didn't have
A dime to pay
To realize my dream

Every Time
I wanted to
Go for the impossible dream

He did his homework 
And became
A Professor of oncology 

I look up to him
Almost more than God

As I sleep in the streets alone
If you don't know now
I am the black sheep
Of the family
But brother still keeps
A special place 
In my heart

Like our mother
Told me once 
I love him
More than life

Said goodbye
Many more times
Once before
I pray for my friends
And family
I can never see again
Until I reach 
The heavens above

Thank you Lord 
For the words
I could never make up
Without you

Reflecting on past mistakes
I should of stayed in school
But my stubborn head
Thought I had a chance
To make it

I tried 
With my brother
By my side
The only family member
I have left

If he goes away
Before I say goodbye

That would be
The end of my life

Die by the gun
Just like
My father done

Never to return

A promise
Never to break
Silence me
Underneath the grave

We all die one day
I say
And dream 
For a family reunion
One day 

Don't mine me
Just writing a song
At a bus stop 
That won't stop

The only shelter I got
When it rains 
I think better
On the toilet
At McDonald's
Until they catch me

So known
They call me
The hamburg alar
On the phone
Without an answer

Thank the Lord
They have
3 more hours
Before they close

Have a chance 
To find the mind
Of crazy Larry

Let loose from
The jailhouse
A couple a days
It's a mystery
You never know

What you might find
Your guess
Is as good
As mine

I live alone
In the woods
Call me up
I answer my phone
Every once in awhile

They will only keep me down
For a little bit
Then I will rise
To see another sunrise
And move on
To a better life
They cannot predict

The future I hold
In my hands

They can say
What they may
But I will prove them wrong
To their dismay

They wrote me off
But I am still writing
My book
So they can see
Where my life went
The story already
Written in stone
Yet to be told
But in time
They will know
The tough road
I went down

But God gave me the strength
To move on
Couldn't handle
Not to toot
My own horn
But this is
The life I live

Take it or
Leave it
I never will
The day I die
I have to live
The life my parents
Gave me
Take it as a gift
Before I am on my way
To Heaven

Have to go through Hell
Before you reach 
The promise land
Filled with broken dreams
Wake up to nightmares
To see
The reason
Why you are here

There is a meaning
For taking space
Still searching 
But I believe
I will find out soon
When the time is right
Not a minute before

Give it to
The hands of God
He is the one
To give
And take away
Just a test
To see
If you can pass
Without pity
All you have to do
Is try
Your best
He will fill
In the blanks
And do
The rest

Hang on
Without a noose
Around your neck
He will take you
When He's ready
Only He knows
When the time is right

Not in control 
You never know
Faith and belief
In Him
Is all you need
In this world

I don't need to go 
To church
To hear His word

I live in the woods
That's alright
It's just
The cops, rain and the mosquitoes
That bug me
In the middle
Of a good nights' sleep
That wake me up
From a dream
I thought I had
To keep

Looking for a break
In the middle
Of the road
To make it through
The other side 
To see my escape

Just trying
To make it to a better day
Than the one before

Forget the nightmares
That haunt me
Every waking moment

Run away
As quickly
As possible

Before they
Catch the dream
I thought
I had
In the grasp
Of my hand

Run as fast as I can
The other people
That don't believe

Scare me away
My belief 
That I know is true

Never let go
Until they
Take me away

Put me under 6 feet
In the grave
Kicking until
My dying day

I know you
Only live once
Without a consideration
Of reincarnation
Far fetched
To me
As a female
Bicycle seat
Or a bird
With wings
Up and down
On a trampoline
Without gasoline

Don't worry about me
You have your life to live
Your own problems
To deal with

I only have solutions
That fall upon
Deaf ears
Never to be discovered
They can't handle
The truth

But what do I know
They already
Know it all
Just a waste 
Of breath and time
Sit alone
By myself

But I do
Still believe
In a God
Always by my side

One chance
Is all you have
To live
At least
That's what
They tell me

I've seen
First hand
Proof of it
Can't tell me

Just another human
Living on the streets 
By my way
Of thinking
Just another animal
Living in the concrete jungle

But I already
Thought about
The baffling 
Thought process

Still with questions
I can't answer
I never said
I was a know it all
I do
But the fact remains
It's not the truth

Can't relate
To the people
Who can't dance
With fancy shoes
They seem so sure
But it just seems
They just sit
Spinning their wheels

Have to go through
The bullshit
Sift through
The assholes
To get to
The truth

Sure it's a hard road
But worth every minute
At the end of the line

If I didn't have those
Special moments
I would be
Taking up space
Just like them

A place
I don't think I
want to be
They think
The grass is always
On the other side
Of somebody else's

But they haven't seen
My front porch
In the daylight

The magic moments
I wish I could
Insight from Crazy Larry
Who lost his family
In a tragedy
The only good thing is
He now qualifies
For Medicaid
With special attention

Just waiting to die
To live a happier life
The good times 
That they can't
Take away
Hanging on a thread
With what little
There is left

To salvage
From the scrap yard
Throw down
For a fight
Been beaten down
For the last time
No more shit
To be taken
Heard it all before
From here to

Give me another line
To write down 
When I win the academy award
I would like to thank
All the assholes
In my way
To carry on

To fight until
My last breath
I couldn't do it
Without them
Must have friction
To start a fire
To go down
In a blaze of glory

Boy God
Do I have a story
To tell you
When I get
To where I'm going
I know you
Already know
But it will be better
If I tell you in person

I'll be here
Writing a song
When you're ready to take me
But can you wait until
I write a worldwide hit
So I can live
The rest of my life 
In peace

Love you too
See you soon
Your favorite son
Who will rise to the top
To show the reason
I was put on Earth
Never to return

For the last time
They don't know what they got
Until I'm gone
They will wish
They could kiss
What they no longer have

Maybe they will listen
Next time
That will never happen
Never take for granted
The gift 
You have been given

From the Lord above
Time to go
To give back
To the living
Can't take
The material things
When you leave this world

Give it to somebody else
Who has nothing
Not even a pot
To piss in 
Or a without window
To throw it out of
I hope
One day
You see
The true meaning of life
Before you die
And go away forever
Never to return
Take it as a message
From God
Your maker and taker
When it is
Your time
He is the only one
Who decides

Good morning, good afternoon and goodnight. Remember, God told me to tell you this, have a great time in life, no matter the cost or price.

Tuesday, December 23, 2014

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! Goals for my Book

Dear Diary,

Merry Christmas Eve Eve. I know I won't have a white Christmas in the Florida Keys, never had and hopefully never will. What I heard on the news this morning though is that south Florida might have a wet Christmas. I am having a 99 cent Christmas Event on the Internet, selling my recently published short story "book" for, you guessed it, 99 Cents from Christmas Day starting at 12:25 a.m. until 12:31 p.m. New Year's Eve. Then the price rises to the normally set, whopping price of 2.99. It's FREE, if people subscribe to Kindle Unlimited and I still get a royalty of 35% if the reader reads at least 10% of my 15 page short story entitled "A Towering Experience" until the end of my exclusive contract with which ends somewhere around February 24th, 2015, in which,  I can opt-out of my binding agreement and sell the eBook anywhere I want on the Internet. My future holds the following goals:

1) I plan on writing more short stories (I have a short attention span, as I think some readers do also) The future stories will be based on initially leaving my hometown of Marathon moving in with my brother in San Francisco, playing drums in various bands in the Bay Area to interning for Bill Graham Presents and becoming a road manager, touring with a band in the United States and Canada for 6 months to working for FedEx and United Airlines to moving to Hollywood, California with one of the bands I played drums in to working at Tower Records on the Sunset Strip (See "A Towering Experience" for that story) to moving back to my hometown to start over again, working for a taxi company that went out of business to moving back to San Francisco and getting my CALIFORNIA Commercial license and almost becoming a long haul semi truck driver to moving in with a childhood friend in Miserable, I mean, Mesa, Arizona to moving back to Key West to becoming homeless again and starting from scratch, again to writing lyrics to a song called "Alcohol Call" under the band name I made up in a drunken stupor called, Fall Down Daddy, which the music was recorded by studio musicians found on the Internet and distributed on iTunes, Amazon and 750 other online retailers (Buyer Beware: I don't recommend buying it unless you like decent lyrics put to shitty country music, the only good thing about the song is, if you purchase the song 50% of the proceeds go to the charity Sweet Relief for struggling musicians if you consume the tune on ) to getting a job as a sign waver for Liberty Tax, dressing up in a Statue of Liberty costume to bring in customers off the streets of Key West and getting written up by a writer from the Key West Citizen (Side note: I just got a call from my boss from Liberty Tax yesterday and I will be doing it again in January of 2015, my 4th year in a row with the tax season job from January to April 15th. I will be stationed in front of the post office in Marathon) to moving in "temporary" with another childhood friend, sleeping on the floor of her dog grooming business, paying her 100 every two weeks with my unemployment check I receive for 204 dollars to writing my first short story, you should of heard about before"A Towering Experience" which, FINALLY,....brings me to my future plans of my book series called "Where Did My Life Go?"

2) Whew!....O.K. Let me catch my breath...O.K. Are you ready for my plan to take over the world by storm, one short story at a time....Drumroll, please.....I, Kevin Dale Sanders, pen name K.D. Sanders, plan to bind all of the above mentioned eBook only short stories into a actually REAL book entitled: "Where Did My Life Go?"  with BONUS stories that I forgot to mention in the eBook series, distribute it Worldwide to every book store outlet. NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE ANYWHERE! You will only be able to get it in brick and mortar BOOK STORES. Then I will begin a book signing world tour to meet and greet my fans personally.

3) Make interview appearances in makeup, concealing my physical facial appearance (I'm not here to become famous, I am doing this so other people can hear my story) to MAJOR T.V. Programs such as Oprah, Ellen De Generous, Entertainment Tonight, Late night talk shows and any other show that will have me. (A dream of mine is to get Larry King to come out of retirement and do a special edition of Larry King Live)

4) A portion of my book sale proceeds will go to a charity, housing homeless people in the Florida Keys. I will purchase a modest house in my hometown of Marathon. The headline in the local newspaper, Keynoter will read: "Homeless to Homeowner"

5) I will then live in paradise comfortably, happily ever after. End Of Story.

These are my hopes and dreams and I hope you realize if you don't reach for the sky, you will never touch the Moon until you pass it on your way to Heaven for your family reunion. Try while you are here on Earth. God's life gift to you is for you to learn and spread Love in the world you live in. No matter what obstacles you may face. He has given you strength to overcome with your Faith. Then when your work is done, God will call you home to Rest in Peace.  Heaven will always be there. It's what you do on Earth that makes a difference. That is what I plan to do or I will die trying. That is my belief and my story...See you when I see you. God Bless. Happy Birthday Jesus. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

Sent from my iPad

Friday, December 5, 2014

Review of my short story memoir, "A Towering Experience" only on #Amazon

I just received my first review on my first short story memoir, "A Towering Experience". Available Exclusively on It's FREE to check out if you're a #Kindle Unlimited subscriber. Only 2,99 otherwise. Or you can wait until it goes on sale for .99 cents on Christmas Day until New Year's Eve. Now get off Facebook and read a damn BOOK!😊😄

Thank you Quentin Wallace

Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Have you ever had a Towering Experience? I have and have a eBook to tell you all about it..

Well, now, the first "chapter" in my short story series, "Where Did My Life Go?" is now available exclusively on Amazon for 3 months. It is entitled, "A Towering Experience" which entails my encounters with celebrities along with some crazy trials and tribulations that happened to me me while working at Tower Records on Sunset Blvd. for 3 years before they went out of business. The story is short, maybe 20 pages, with more "chapters" coming soon. All for a WHOPPING 2.99! You can also borrow it within the Amazon Unlimited system. You can put it in your #AmazonCart on -------------------------------->>>>>this link------>
It would be greatly appreciated if you would leave my book an honest review on Amazon.Thank you! Just think of it as a early Christmas gift to me from you. You're soooooo (short) and sweet! Just like my wittle eBook.Awwwwww 😘 God bless and Merry Christmas. Follow me on Twitter @MemoirBook

The Video Trailer is AMAZING , if I do say so myself. It gave me goose bumps and I made the damn thing...with a little help from iMovie and my trusty side kick iPad!, of course.