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. Fact or fiction, good, bad, but certainly not indifferent, Wolfle’s take on the sexes surely captures the attention of his readers. That same fascination often spills over into music.
What’s more, Long Island is close to Paul’s heart. It’s certainly a topic that he knows intimately. The magnetic draw to New York City’s neighbor to the east only makes perfect sense, given that he was born and raised there. Additionally, 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.
Paul is a vintage blues and guitar enthusiast. In addition to providing product reviews about music gear and interviews with musicians, Paul’s commentary can be found on a variety of contemporary media sites and electronic magazines. He is also the founder of WolfWebWriting.
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Ten Legendary Blues Songs You Should Know About – Vol. 2
From the time the first “Diddley Bo” appeared on a wooden barnyard wall, countless great sounding blues songs, acoustic and electric, have been written and recorded by many talented artists. The ten legendary songs in this volume provide additional links in the chain of the American blues tradition, among them “Boogie Chillun,” “John the Revelator” and “St. James Infirmary.”
Held Hostage By Hurricane Sandy
There is no doubt that many people and places along the eastern seaboard of the United States were changed forever by Hurricane Sandy. The momentous mega storm altered the physical landscape for many miles and left an indelible mark on countless residents.
“Held Hostage by Hurricane Sandy” is based upon a handwritten journal kept before, during and after the historic Superstorm. It is not fiction.
Another Side Of Privacy: The Fig Tree Murders
"Another Side of Privacy: The Fig Tree Murders" marks the return of journalist Andy Stone, protagonist of "A Darker Side of Privacy." This time he’s investigating a dubious death by way of a fig tree. His crusade against government mandated Privacy Policies leads this spine-tingler in unforeseen directions, culminating in a hostage situation and an unexpected tie-in to Andy’s nemesis.
A Darker Side Of Privacy
Falsely accused of various employment infractions, Andy Stone fights an unrelenting battle against corruption, mandated Privacy Policies, influence peddling and mind-boggling secrets in "A Darker Side of Privacy." Romance, deception, greed, comeuppance and more, it’s all here.
Seven Celebrated Women of the Blues
The expression of innovative women in acoustic and electric blues music is both vital and far-reaching. From the beginning, remarkable female artists have helped shape popular music with important blues contributions. This book commemorates a select group of noteworthy women chosen for their compelling collective vibe along with an incredible music mojo.
Ten Legendary Blues Songs You Should Know About
From the time the first “Diddley Bo” appeared on a wooden barnyard wall, countless great sounding blues songs, acoustic and electric, have been written and recorded by many talented artists.
The ten legendary songs in this volume provide critical links in the chain of the American blues tradition, among them “Boom Boom,” “Little Red Rooster” and “The Thrill is Gone.”
In this final installment of the Sapphocan trilogy, Aunt Theresa emerges as another of the family’s ghoulish matriarchs with a special craving for physical harm, mayhem and fresh meat. When she rants at daughter Carmela, “Your flesh will be nice and red and ready to eat...,” is it finally time for Paulie to face the reality that his closest relatives are Sapphocans?
More Secrets Of The Sapphocans
The legend of the Sapphocans had been a mystical notion confined to the paranormal ramblings of one or two eccentric science teachers at St. Abernathy’s High School. But had Aunt Peggy’s latest violent rant,“I’ll make your male flesh turn red”and the terror she later exacted move the evil Sapphocan myth beyond schoolboy fantasy? This second tale continues the trilogy of the Sapphocans.
Secrets Of The Sapphocans
The scene in the kitchen had been horrible enough. But it was Dad's lingo that remained fixed in his memory. Paulie's father described his mother as “you friggin’ vampire." But had she really been transformed into a Sapphocan? What's more, is it a question of self-empowerment or merely supernatural bloodlust. You'll have to decide. This is the first in the bizarre trilogy.
Dirty Little Deeds In Love And Marriage
Dirty Little Deeds in Love and Marriage tells the story of the narrator’s ill-fated relationship with Sahar, a Persian expatriate who fled the hostility of Iran with dreams of a new life in America. What begins with a pleasant conversation soon emerges as one desperate woman’s effort to end her marriage and the deadly scheme into which she attempts to drag her new American boyfriend.
Loyalty, Love and My Thirty Year Passage
Loyalty, Love and My Thirty Year Passage tells the story of an 11 year old boy’s most memorable summer, a time when his father put a child’s dream above easy money. Young Paul has his eye on the local grocery store’s raffle prize. Whether Paul wins the rickshaw is just one element of this unforgettable chronicle, which fast forwards 30 years to a poignant father-son reunion.
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