The underlying thread running through each of Paul Wolfle’s eBooks reveals his unique perspective about the relationships of women, men and often, their families. From the always supportive wife Kim Stone in “A Darker Side Of Privacy” to Sahar, the Persian expatriate who wants her husband dead by way of “Dirty Little Deeds In Love and Marriage” – fact or fiction, good, bad, but certainly not indifferent, Wolfle’s take on the sexes surely captures the attention of his readers.
As an author, Paul is consumed with writing eBooks that take place on Long Island. His fascination about New York City’s neighbor to the east only makes perfect sense, given that he was born and raised there. Furthermore, Wolfle Street, on the celebrated and sometimes infamous “Gold Coast,” is a testament to this inveterate Long Island name. It has been for many years.
No doubt, Long Island is close to Paul’s heart. It’s certainly a topic that he knows intimately. Wolfle, who still resides in the area, maintains a blog about Long Island’s lone professional sports and entertainment arena, the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum.
Whether it’s the fictional Pine Brush County, from “A Darker Side of Privacy,” or the very real coastal community of Long Beach, in “Held Hostage by Hurricane Sandy,” Long Island is the author’s preferred eBook setting.
Growing up surrounded by music, Paul is a vintage blues and guitar enthusiast, whose passion for the genre is often reflected in his non-fiction work. His short eBooks “Ten Legendary Blues Songs You Should Know About” and “Seven Celebrated Women of the Blues” provide some of the critical links in the chain of the American blues tradition.
In addition to providing product reviews about music gear and musician interviews, Paul’s commentary can be found on a variety of contemporary media sites and electronic magazines including guitar-muse.com. He is also the founder of WolfWebWriting.