Amazon Review Excerpts:
Ann Simpson: "What a great story! At first I had a time getting into the story, but then I started connecting to the characters. It's a fascinating sci-fi tale."
T. Macintyre: "I like the book and I'm looking forward to, and will buy, the next one. It's an interesting plot, not especially predictable, and different from a lot of other sci-fi books I've read. It takes me back to the early 1960s when I started reading sci-fi and some of the fun I had plowing through the simpler works of Heinlein, Asimov, Norton, Clarke, etc."
Jim Foxy: "Morris Graham's novel is a real page-turner. I appreciate the careful research which certainly shows. For example, the part on the Vietnam war was very believable. He has the idioms, the specific locations and the feel of the place down pat. I know, I was there, and even had responsibility for the area he describes. This is a science fiction novel for those that like accounts of men at war, with heavy emphasis on honor and courage."
JC Steel: "Warzone: Nemesis is an action-packed opening novel to the Warzone series, a richly-detailed read for lovers of science-fiction and military fiction alike. Contrasting ideologies bring the underlying similarities between the commanders on both sides into sharp focus, adding depth to the story, and the levels of research that have gone into the book are clearly visible in the meticulous description of locales and technologies. "
Jim Grieme: "Using a skeleton akin to one of Harry Turtledove’s alternative histories, Warzone: Nemesis, A Novel of Mars by Morris Graham introduces the reader to a very believable “what if?” scenario. Blending a plausible US Cold War alternative reality with the genre of science fiction, Graham gives a credible account of the venerable Roswell incident moved forward in time by a dozen years."
Michael Angliss: "A highly original, entertaining story for the more intelligent of readers. Well done, Morris. It kept me reading, and the sequel will do just as well. Tight and fast writing, with plenty of detail that fleshes out the scenes."
Welcome to Graham's Publishing House. My name is Morris E. Graham, the president and publisher. I am an independent publisher, editor, author, and Ezine articles expert author and an Amazon reviewer. My present ranking on Amazon as a reviewer is 178,718. My debut novel, “Warzone: Nemesis” has an Amazon reviewer ranking of 4.2/5 stars. The best way to contact me is to either become my friend on goodreads and message me, or email me firstname.lastname@example.org. My Amazon author's page.
“Warzone: Nemesis” is a work of science fiction. This action-packed military science fiction book is a story of intrigue, conspiracies, courage, love, loyalties and honor tested, and the secret clash between two great nations. This is volume one of a proposed trilogy. My book is enrolled in the KDP/Kindle Select program, and also available in the Kindle Lending library. If you want a paperback copy at a bargain price of $9.99 (which includes postage) make a paypal payment at $9.99 to email@example.com and send me an email at the same address and I will order a copy to be sent to you address within 48 hours. Please give me an address where you want this shipped in the email.
07/12/17 Editing for Don K. Henry’s “When Nonsense Makes Sense” is complete. We copyrighted it last week, and as soon as the bookcover is complete we will publish it.
04/05/17 I have just uploaded the files for the tenth and final edition of “Warzone: Nemesis.” I cut 3,100 words off the word count to improve readability. Both paperback and eBook versions are available. Its sequel, “Warzone: Operation Wolf Hunt,” is scheduled to be published this winter.
03/09/07 I have agreed to edit and publish the christian testimony and life story of Don Henry entitled “When Nonsense Makes Sense.” This will be available in both paperback and eBook editions this summer.
03/09/17 I retired from my day job on 01/21/17. This is a turning point for my writing and publishing career. First, I am doing the last and final edit for “Warzone: Nemesis,” and will be publishing its tenth edition soon. Once I am done with the last and final edition, I will commission the creation of an audiobook. After this, I will finish “Warzone: Operation Wolf Hunt,” the sequel to “Warzone: Nemesis.”
02/09/16 I just had “Skunkie,” and artist from www.fiverr.com, redo my book cover, as seen to the left. I think she did a great job and I would recommend her.
01/05/16 I just completed a blog interview with David Gallie, the longest interview of my writing career. See that interview here.
01/03/15 In reflection, it was tough as a reviewer to choose my top ten for 2015. Keep in mind, these are not all new books, or new releases... They are not listed in any particular order.
My Top Ten:
“Timeline” by Michael Crichton
“Orbit” by John Nance
“Corsair” by Clive Cussler
“The Life of Pi” by Yann Martel
“Zorro” by Isabel Allende
“The Day of the Jackal” by Frederick Forsyth
“Gray Mountain” by John Grisham
“The Zen of Ebook Formatting” by Guido Henkel
“Incognita” by Jaima Fixsen
“I Lay Down my Sword and Shield” by Jamie Lee Burke
Honorable mention include:
“Clear and Present Danger” Tom Clancy
“The Manchurian Candidate” by Richard Condon
“To Kill a Mockingbird” by Harper Lee
“Birth of an Assassin” by Rik Stone
“Skippy JonJones” by Judith Byron Schachner
11/06/15 My interview with blogger and author Francis H. Powell.
08/10/15 My interview with blogger Jim Vines here.
08/07/15 My goodreads Edit Package Giveaway for an Indie Author, concluded today and author Victoria Schwimley was the winner. I will be working on her book “Lacy’s End” this month, prior to her publication. Victoria is a published author with seven books to her credit. I am looking forward to working with her. After I complete her editing project, I shall be able to take on other projects. My prices are very reasonable. I usually start with a client by finding out the specific need for editing and publishing, do a twenty page free sample on their manuscript to give them confidence in what I can do for them, and then discuss the price. I do not work on the following genres: those with explicit sex or profanity, occult themes, and anything in bad taste. I should be free to do another project in September. Shoot me an email if you are interested.
Everybody likes free stuff. I restored “The Curse of Capistrano: The Mark of Zorro.” This is a classic old work, written in 1917. When I found it, the PDF on the public domain was badly in need of editing. I got a team together to clean it up and breathe new life into it. It is free in PDF, eBook, and epub to the general public. See my downloads page.
If for some reason you were not able to engage the email link at the top of the page, my email address is firstname.lastname@example.org and I would love to hear from you.