Both Sides of My Mind

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Rated 4.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Both Sides of My Mind is an eclectic collection of Science Fiction short stories, Western History articles on some famous and not so famous outlaws, as well as some stuff just for fun. Other chapters offer some hard-earned advice from the author's wide business experience.

Carefully edited with over 48,000 words, each chapter is hyper-linked to the Table of Contents. Mature Readers Only! More

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About David F. Norman

Young old man with many varied interests and vocations over the years. Currently, I write, help my wife as needed at the gun store we own, buy and sell scrap metal, design and build suppressors, and write.
W5DFN is my call sign. I hold an Amateur Extra Class License. My other licenses earned over the years include FCC General Class Commercial Radio Operators License, Commercial Pilots License ASEL, Concealed Handgun License, and I am a Certified Glock Armorer.

My wife, Marci, and I have just published three books on Kindle: Scratch's Story; Shangri La: The Cleopatra's Needles Operation: and Video Warriors - The Series.

Based on my experience as a freelance writer of hundreds of technical articles and columns, feature articles for newspapers, and several non-fiction books, we decided these works were ready for the readers to enjoy. An admittedly short tenure as an editor helped make drafts into books.

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Review by: Eric J. Guignard on Sep. 10, 2012 :
REVIEWED: Both Sides of My Mind
WRITTEN BY: David F. & Marci L. Norman
PUBLISHED: 2012

David and Marci Norman's compiled book, "Both Sides of My Mind," provides an engaging mixed-bag of fiction, essays, and articles. You won't find a consistent subject matter throughout this collection, but you will find an undercurrent of crisp prose and thoughtful journalism that ties everything together. From the Sci-Fi exploits of the gun-slingin' Handyman, "The Kid," to explaining the California State legal justification for hiring professional retail security, this book reads as half "Newsweek" and half "Weird Tales." Some of my personal favorite inclusions are the speculative fiction tale, "Transition," and the (seemingly) biographical life-lesson, "Be Careful What You Wish For - You Just Might Get It."

Four out of Five stars
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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