Hawk Dancer


Links to major on line book sellers to purchase books by Joshua Seidl, SSP

My books are available in paperback or as e-books from major on line book sellers. This page contains links to my books on Lulu, Amazon, iTunes, and Barnes & Nobles.
Lulu and Barnes and Nobles carries my books in paperback and as e-pub E-Books.
Amazon carries the earlier publications only as paperback, and some later books in both formats. iTunes carreis only e-book.
Discount coupon codes from LULU.com: My books are printed and initially marketed through Lulu publishing. LULU offers discounts on all print books through the use of on line coupon codes that you can use at check out on their site. The offers vary, and are posted frequently on their site. You can also find the discounts on my Birch Clump Novel's FB page. Typical offers include: Free shipping, or 10%, 15% off, sometimes free shipping and 10% or more off.
    The free shipping is normally via USPS Media Mail, or a 1/2 off ground via FedEx or UPS. 

Please contact the author for details on how to obtain a signed copy from him. Payment options includes money orders or the author can send a Pay Pal invoice. Contact the author first to verify he has stock on hand before committing to the sell of a signed copy. 

Disclaimer on picture below (next) - Sorry, no movie contract has been offered or even hinted at. A brief hint as to who this is, and why he's tied up is below the picture.
Hawk Dancer Joshua Seidl
Above Photo:
    This is an illustration for an upcoming story intended for the next issue of the Birch Clump village Reader, (yet to be published.)
     I made a few attempts to interact as the real life author with some of my fictional characters. It proved to be quite a challenge, but I finally wrote such a story about the fictional Sarge T. Douglas and me from our Air Force days in or around 1973/74 on assignment in the Republic of Turkey. 
    We first met in Turkey (according to the stories). We became close friends. A series of add mishaps are misinterpreted by us one particular day. It's quite understandable how he and I would have a totally different  take following an unexpected mishap that  ended up in a fist fight between us. We were both were noted for having rather passive, amiable personalities; not at all prone to getting into fights. We were also perfectly matched in age, size, weight and knew next to nothing on how to fight; thus making this match even more exciting for others to watch. The painting above is of the loser; but I offer no spoilers though as to who won.
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