Amazon's Best Sellers rankings shot up overnight for the collaborative memoir Exoneree by Uriah Courtney with Glenda Faye Mathes. Uriah and I began communicating almost four years ago, and the book was published in December by the Cascade imprint of Wipf and Stock Publishers. Here's how the March 30, 2018, rankings compared with the previous day: Amazon … Continue reading Amazing Amazon rankings
My collaborative memoir with Uriah Courtney about his wrongful conviction, incarceration, and subsequent exoneration is now available. Such a thrill to finally hold the physical copy of the book in my hand this week! What if America's judicial system, designed to protect the innocent, convicts the wrong man and sends him to prison? Uriah Courtney … Continue reading Exoneree available!
Announcing...[drum roll] a new Facebook page for the memoir project I'm working on with Uriah Courtney. Uriah is a high-profile exoneree who was wrongfully convicted and incarcerated more than eight years for a sexual assault he did not commit. Sentenced to life in prison, he eventually was released after new DNA testing conclusively matched another man, a … Continue reading Uriah Courtney, Exoneree
Whose interest would not be piqued by Ian Morgan Cron 's uniquely titled Jesus, My Father, the CIA, and Me: A memoir…of sorts? Once you’ve read this gritty literary work, you realize how aptly that title captures content. Jesus is the primary mover in a memoir that describes the author’s lack of a relationship with … Continue reading “Jesus, My Father, the CIA, and Me: A memoir…of sorts” by Ian Cron (book review)