The third installment of the Sean Coleman Thriller Series will be released on late spring of 2017 (tentative date: 6/20/2017). No big hints yet as to what it’s about, but prepare for a bit of a southern flare. Also think of which individual has perhaps impacted Sean’s life the most. Check back for more details.
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[...]
A child's annual physical at the doctor's office is typically more of a formality than anything. A yearly exam is required to attend school in most parts of the country,[...]
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!
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 follow shortly after. Exact release dates will be announced soon. In the meantime, click here for a sneak preview of the voice of the Sean […]
A child’s annual physical at the doctor’s office is typically more of a formality than anything. A yearly exam is required to attend school in most parts of the country, and it usually lasts no longer than 15 minutes. The doctor looks the child over, and asks a few questions. Parents voice any concerns they […]
Yesterday, I was saddened to hear of the passing of a man named Ken Robinson. It apparently happened a while ago, but I had never seen it mentioned in the news. For years, Ken was the lone caretaker at Missile Site Park in Greeley, Colorado. It’s a retired nuclear-warhead-equipped, Atlas E site that now serves […]
On April 2, John auctioned off a character name in his next book at an annual fundraiser for St. Mary’s Catholic school in Cheyenne, Wyoming. The winning bid was $550 from Patrick Madigan. Patrick Madigan will be the name of a character in the next Sean Coleman thriller, which should be out sometime in 2017. […]
John wrote another piece for National Review this week — this one on presidential candidate Donald Trump and his supporters in the media. John’s looking forward to writing more columns for America’s most widely read and influential magazine and web site for conservative news, commentary, and opinion. For now, you can check out John’s past […]
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 presidential candidate Donald Trump, should Trump become the Republican nominee. The segment can be viewed below.
John recently had a column featured in the National Review. America’s most widely read and influential magazine and web site for conservative news, commentary, and opinion reprinted one of his BernardGoldberg.com pieces. The topic was in regard to National Review’s much talked about “Against Trump” issue. Click here to read the column.
Did you know that iconic musician Johnny Cash and his classic hit “I Walk the Line” make cameos in Blood Trade? John explains their inclusion in his latest Book Bubble on Bublish.com.
Note: This column originally ran in the Greeley Tribune in December of 2013. One of my favorite Christmas traditions as a child was watching some of the classic holiday kids’ specials that the networks aired every year. I’m talking about those animated ones from the 60s and 70s, namely Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, Frosty the […]