Kindle Unlimited Friday – Free March eBooks

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for Kindle Unlimited books which are free to you if you’re a KU member.

This list will grow throughout the day today and the links should still be active in future.

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Authors this is a great way to publicize your books and those of other Indie authors. This is a very helpful daily blog from Indies Unlimited if you think you might want to sign up.

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New Video–How I Got to Work From Home, Video 9




My $10 Amazon Gift Card giveaway Through March 11

Derek Murphy

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Another New Release: Create Your Book Start to Finish

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The one you’re waiting for . . .

How to create and publish your story!

After months of work I’m releasing my latest book on how to publish your own story.  Check it out at Smashwords and Amazon.  (Hint–it’s 1/2 off through July at Smashwords. Just enter the coupon code found below the “Buy” button, when you check out).

Let me know your thoughts and I would love it if you’d review it. I swap reviews so let me know if this is of interest.

Long awaited anthology release!

Over the next few days these links will become available to purchase ““, a new anthology featuring many of my followers. This has been a 3 month sprint to try something new for myself and help all these authors to build their portfolios, and I’m so happy with the results.

I hope you’ll check out the e-book or the paperback, and maybe buy a few copies as Christmas gifts.

Please also reblog these links and share with others.  Thank you for your support. to purchase “Where Dreams and Visions Live” in paperback. to purchase “Where Dreams and Visions Live”, a new anthology in e-book format. Preorder “Where Dreams and Visions Live” in e-book format & paperback.
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Book Review: The Humanity Of Justice


Buy “The Humanity of Justice: Lighting Even The Darkest Path Toward Justice”

The Humanity of Justice by Burke E. Strunsky is comprised largely of true accounts from his career as a prosecutor in California. It’s listed in the true crime genre and it would also fit into a political or psychological genre. Many times when he was working on a case involving the most heartbreaking of child abuse and murder cases, the entire outcome was swayed by a jury of the wrong demographic types, interference of church leaders of certain denominations, or even by a judge having a bad day. Time and time again there were danger signs warning a parent about something their child was about to go through, and yet for whatever reason they were unwilling or unable to stop the tragedy.

Strunsky gives many interesting and insightful examples of how attorneys can ferret out the truth by mannerisms, facial expressions, and postures of the defendant. He also makes a compelling case against handguns, in that more violent crimes—including suicides—are committed with handguns than with other types of guns. His dominant point seems to be the avoidance of tragedy in criminal acts against children in particular, and more broadly any innocent victim and their friends and family.

Enough detail is given about the various crimes to shock and disturb, but not overly graphic and unnecessary detail. Burke Strunsky skillfully lets you identify with and care for the victims before finding what happened to them, to provoke a response of taking action against conditions that allow these things to happen. I think that The Humanity of Justice is a very effective book and one that could well be assigned to high school students as they prepare to enter independent life in adulthood.