There hasn’t been much press about my recent book, Waking Up in the Land of the Morning Calm, but Chris Backe has some good things to say about it in his review last December. This was going to be the book that I had thought about writing in 2009 when I wanted to compile all […]
I’m honored and humbled to have been interviewed for Big Al’s Books and Pals’ Author Series. Without question, Big Al’s is the online place to be for book reviews and interviews. How exclusive and important is it? I had to wait for almost a year for my book to be reviewed–the waiting list is that […]
War Remains recently got a nice write up in Three Wise Monkeys; immediately it was linked to another Korean website. It’s nice to see the novel finally getting more press here in Korea and other places. On Amazon, seven readers have left reviews. Word of mouth. That’s what it’s all about.
That’s what I’ve been finding out ever since War Remains was published seven months ago. I’ve done everything that was suggested by authors and indie publishers, from setting up a page on Facebook to having its own blog. I’ve sent out press releases, have had two newspaper interviews, and have recently entered the novel into […]
Received word today of an upcoming review of War Remains by a reviewer for MWSA (Military Writer’s Society of America). Look for this review in a month or two. In the meantime, all I can say is—wow! Thank you Ms. Gilmour for the glowing praise. War Remains by Jeffrey Miller is an excellent read. Never […]
What’s the quickest and best way to kill your book sales? Respond to a negative review and then go through an author meltdown of sorts. It’s one thing to air your dirty laundry online; it’s another and tragic thing to get into an online pissing contest. I pity the author who didn’t know what she […]
I am deeply grateful and moved by the following commentary as it was written by the son of a Korean War veteran who fought in the same battles I describe in my novel. Jeffrey Miller has constructed an insightful novel that explores the devastation that war, even forgotten battles in forgotten wars, can visit upon […]