A Sean Coleman Classic Rock mix? Yes! Readers of the Sean Coleman thrillers may have noticed that Classic Rock is Sean’s preferred music genre. Musician Mitchell Miller, a fan of the series, has graciously put together a Sean-inspired mix below for your listening pleasure. Thanks Mitchell!
Broken Slate, the third book in the Sean Coleman Thriller Series will be released on October 1, 2017. The release was moved back from its original date in June, due[...]
John recently had a fun conversation with Fox News star (and former White House Press Secretary), Dana Perino, about her new book, her career, and politics. The exclusive interview is[...]
While John's been wrapping up the editing for the third Sean Coleman novel, Broken Slate, he's also been doing some groundwork for the fourth book in the series. He recently[...]
News: Both Sean Coleman thrillers will be released as Audible audiobooks by the end of 2016! From a Dead Sleep will come out in the Fall, and Blood Trade should[...]
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John was interviewed by Dana Loesch on the 2/23/2016 airing of The Dana Show on TheBlaze TV. The two discussed John's recent BernardGoldberg.com column on why John won't vote for[...]
I'm excited to announce that BLOOD TRADE has just received one of the biggest endorsements imaginable. Here he is: ultra-successful businessman, reality television star, and now presidential candidate... Donald Trump!
Broken Slate, the third book in the Sean Coleman Thriller Series will be released on October 1, 2017. The release was moved back from its original date in June, due to John’s publisher, BQB Publishing, changing distributors. BQB’s new distributor, IPG, will be able to give Broken Slate a much bigger marketing push in the […]
John was a featured guest on the Hollywood In Toto Podcast on 1/20/2017. He talked with host Christian Toto about his transition from a software developer to a writer, the Sean Coleman series, political commentary, the entertainment industry, and more. You can listen to the show by clicking here.
John was recently invited by Paste Magazine to write political, media, and business columns for the popular website. He was humbled by the offer, and is very much looking forward to the opportunity to share his commentary with a brand new audience. John will still be writing his weekly column for BernardGoldberg.com, as well as […]
From November 10-17, Google Play will be featuring FROM A DEAD SLEEP (the first book in the Sean Coleman Thriller series) in its Mystery & Thrillers, First in Series promotion. For this limited time, the novel will be only $2.99! With book #3 (Broken Slate) coming out in 2017, this is a great opportunity to […]
John recently had a fun conversation with Fox News star (and former White House Press Secretary), Dana Perino, about her new book, her career, and politics. The exclusive interview is a great read, and it’s now up on Bernard Goldberg’s website. Enjoy!
Broken Slate, book 3 in the Sean Coleman Thriller series, has been edited and is on schedule for a 2017 release. The tentative release date is June 20th, but that may change depending on some market re-positioning. The cover is being finalized and should be ready to show very soon. In the meantime, a synopsis […]
While John’s been wrapping up the editing for the third Sean Coleman novel, Broken Slate, he’s also been doing some groundwork for the fourth book in the series. He recently took a photographer friend with him to scout out the real-life setting for Sean Coleman #4. Here’s a little taste to pique your curiosity, and […]
Despite being a political writer, I keep the Sean Coleman thriller series free of politics…except on rare occasion.
John was recently interviewed by Christian Toto of the Denver-based entertainment website, Hollywood in Toto. The two covered John’s writing influences, the Colorado mountains as a backdrop for his books, the effect of today’s pop-culture on national politics, and much more. Click here to read the interview.