Joshua Adam Weiselberg has been a writer his entire life, the son of an English professor and a Navy commander. His interest and respect for history brought him to love to research and learn ever more about the subjects he is intrigued to write about.
Taking it a step further, Josh immerses himself in the action-adventures and has years of experience as a re-enactor in military strategy and combat in the infantry, artillery, on horseback, and on United States Naval ships to specifically include 19th century sailing warships, and an actual F-18 flight simulator. His on-screen performances include frequent outings for westerns, most recently ABC's hit series "Castle," and HBO's "Family Tree," besides documentaries for the Discovery family of learning channels. He frequently signs his books at public events tied into the re-enactments or at historical society meetings where Josh presents his research and demonstrates the alignment between the fiction aspects of his stories, and the facts, by putting them on the actual maps. He loves to interact with his readers in person, as well as online.
Josh grew up an avid fan of baseball beyond all other sports and has played the game since childhood up through his current participation in amateur adult leagues. He has visited many professional ballparks but favorite memories include going to Wrigley Field with his grandpa, and marching around many a stadium with his teammates as a Little Leaguer. He keeps a bat, helmet, and gloves in his vehicle at all times for the spontaneous stop at a batting cage while Josh is on the road. Indeed he likes to plot his stories while hitting baseballs as much as while listening to some good rock 'n roll.
He is also a fan of intense action-adventure-drama and writes in shocking detail that he hopes appeals to audiences of his favorite entertainment that includes such programs as Hell on Wheels and Sons of Anarchy. Josh's writing pace and style has been likened by his readers to Louis D'Amour's fast action westerns and has assembled a team for BURIED VALUES MEDIA GROUP to include a regular editor with a background with New York's premier publishing houses and a cover artist who's worked on such famous projects as Star Wars and Tomb Raider, adding posters and specialty apparel to the Buried Values product line. He hopes you too will enjoy Buried Values.
Was the coronavirus released on purpose? Trying to learn what the real answer is, and why it had to happen, is a Chinese crime lord / father of a missing son, a single mom hailing from The Chicago Mob, a rising entrepreneur in the underworld of the Mexican drug cartels, and a man trying to make any significant difference in support of Black Lives Matter. Then COVID19 turned the world upside down.
In 1918 Taddeo Villetti goes pro on the Chicago Cubs and Arlene arrives as a sex-worker secretly planted there to destroy his father’s criminal syndicate bringing true Irish justice down upon the Italians who murdered her parents. But as a twisted love affair begins, a Jewish mob boss attempts to organize all the new immigrant crime families into a gambling racket igniting the city in gang warfare
A twisted love triangle inspires outlaw Union cavalry commanders to battle for the love of a lusty young Southern Belle while leading heavily-armed bandits on a bloody rampage across the war-torn country in pursuit of a fortune in Secessionist bounty. Then all learn exactly what it takes to turn a good man bad. They don’t fight for the Blue or the Gray. They fight for the Gold and the Silver!
A young lady is chosen to infiltrate the most influential crime family in the South since she appears nearly identical to the Mafia daughter, but unexpected results occur as sex, drugs, money and power lead her away from her role in a crucial treasure hunt. Then she finds a new obsession for revenge her handlers could never have foreseen, and a good girl turns really bad.