Does this sound like your cup of literary tea?
It all started with a simple idea, the idea of a City on the Heights. But as the competing visions of an orphaned teenager from Mosul, an Islamic State commander and a well-meaning American Jew come together, the result is a dangerous and combustible mix. In the end, the future of the City – and of the entire Middle East – hinges on the wisdom and dedication of a young battle-scarred woman.
If so, let me know what you think of City on the Heights, currently the 3,925,075th best-selling book on Amazon, recently self-published by my pal Joseph Cox — either $2.99 or free if you have Kindle Unlimited. The 11 reader reviews are mostly 5 star and nothing lower than 4.
But maybe the reviewers are all his cousins. Take a look and write a review of your own. (And watch this 45-second trailer. More compelling than the blurb.)
BOREF holders: Here is a running list of WheelTug press releases. The most recent (yesterday’s): SunExpress Reserves 66 WheelTug Systems. It brings their total reserved slots to more than a thousand planes at more than 20 airlines.
Quote of the Day
Markets are very good at what they do, in part because they harness greed and envy (in fact, all of the Seven Deadly Sins except sloth) and turn them into positive virtues.~Rocky Mountain Institute newsletter
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