Joel Bresler


Joel Bresler grew to full height (such as it is) in the suburbs of Cleveland, Ohio. He developed a nearly pathological fascination for plays-on-words while still in plastic pants, which he has never completely outgrown. His previous book, Letters to be Read in a Heavily British Accent was an award-winning finalist for both the USA Book News and Indie Book Awards, in the Humor category. A new novel, Sunderwynde Revisited, Again is scheduled for release in the Spring of 2014.
When not writing funny things, Joel provides specialized consulting services to the healthcare industry by day, bangs on guitars most nights and weekends and makes a concerted effort to flow his chi at every opportunity. He is usually kind to children and small animals, but don't hold him to this.

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Sunderwynde Revisited, Again
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 71,010. Language: English. Published: May 14, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Humor & comedy » General
Dr. Edward J. "Flint" Stone is back in Cleveland. This time, though, it just might be a good thing!
Sunderwynde Revisited
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 66,690. Language: English. Published: February 22, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Humor & comedy » General, Fiction » Literature » Literary
Strange happenings are in store for the residents of 4526 Sunderwynde Drive. An ancient Indian curse is about to go down, and a bungling group of oddballs wants to be there when it does. The results are hilarious, and will shake everyone off their foundations!

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Smashwords book reviews by Joel Bresler

  • Sing the Midnight Stars on July 03, 2013

    "Sing the Midnight Stars" is an engaging novel which transcends its genre. This is not to diminish fantasy literature in any way; rather, for a complete neophyte like myself, the book was an entertaining read. Author CMJ Wallace keeps the narrative tight and interesting, which is especially notable considering how much new knowledge is required to make sense of what is going on. She seems to know when she's on the brink of "too much information", and moves on just in time. STMS ends in a cliffhanger. I have no doubt readers will want to tune in again for the next installment.