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Today’s Kindle Nation Daily eBook of the Day

is a very special dream quest for the Christmas season – $1.99 Holiday SPECIAL!

 

Saint Nick

by Fred Tribuzzo

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Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
Here’s the set-up:

Paul’s trendy spiritual ambitions have guttered, leaving him a burned-out, middle-aged bankruptcy lawyer. Now it’s almost Christmas, and the spirit world has decided to take Paul firmly in hand. Three iconic Native Americans of the nineteenth century, Black Elk, Sitting Bull and Crazy Horse, challenge Paul to a dream quest: no guarantee of safe return. It’s going to be a rough ride.

Fred Tribuzzo is a professional pilot who has flown aircraft from the J-3 Cub to the fastest corporate jet ever made-the Citation Ten. Currently flying a Boeing 737 Business Jet, his trips can range from thirty minutes to ten hours. It was on the far side of the world that he wrote Saint Nick.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars
September 26, 2009
Format:Paperback
In a blending of Native American spirituality with traditional Christian faith, Fred Tribuzzo’s slim volume relates the story of Paul, a middle-aged cynic about to see the bill on his self-centered life come due. A few days before Christmas finds Paul sitting home alone, playing video games before bed. Awaiting him is Christmas dinner with his mother and a reunion with his estranged son, home on leave from Iraq.

Picking up a dog-eared copy of “Black Elk Speaks” from his bedside table sets off a chain of events that awakens memories of his childhood and propels Paul into an alternative world where his heroes — Black Elk, Sitting Bull, and Crazy Horse — become flesh and blood characters. Each, in turn, challenges Paul’s cynical views, forcing him to see his life for what it is. But will Paul see the light, admit his faults, and find the courage to reverse a lifetime of cynicism and selfishness?

Trubuzzo’s writing style crisply moves the story forward, creates an eerie atmosphere in his dreamworld scenes, and provides a nostalgic view of Midwestern snowfall, last-minute holiday shopping and Christmas dinner with family.

A good read in any season, this seventy-three-page novella, with its Christmas message of redemption, promises to provide solace amid the harried holidays as well as an inspirational stocking stuffer for the book lovers on anyone’s gift list.

5.0 out of 5 stars February 7, 2011
Format:Paperback
I will not mirror other reviews in this space by repeating a narrative analysis, suffice to say that “Saint Nick” is a simple tale, simply and effectively told. Author Fred Tribuzzo wraps it up neatly without fanfare or excessive rhetoric. This tale does not need either. A terrific short read with a lot to say. Perfect for the holiday season, or, indeed, any time one desires a rich and satisfying literary experience. Good things do indeed come in small packages. I am awaiting Mr. Tribuzzo’s next literary effort with great anticipation.

 

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And here, in the comfort of your own browser, is your free sample of SAINT NICK by Fred Tribuzzo:

Today’s Kindle Nation Daily eBook of the Day

Life couldn’t possibly get any worse. Or could it?

Dream Caster (Book One of the Dream Cycle)

by Najeev Raj Nadarajah
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4.6 stars – 5 Reviews
Or currently FREE for Amazon Prime Members Via the Kindle Lending Library
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled

 

Here’s the set-up:

Life couldn’t possibly get any worse. Or could it?

Haunted by memories of his massacred settlement, sixteen year old Weaver seeks cover in a hidden refuge among the remains of a ruined city once known as Toronto. In the midst of building a new life, Weaver discovers he can do something strange: cast dreams into reality. Convinced it’s just an anomaly, Weaver ignores it. That is until he learns of a mysterious man who harnesses the ability to animate nightmares into existence; the very man who ruined his world. The peaceful life Weaver hoped for begins to unravel as waves of chaos begin to break loose about him. In a race against time, Weaver must learn to cast aside his denial of being a dream caster to master the accursed ability that has befallen him, before his new home is destroyed and humanity’s pushed to the brink of extinction.

Life couldn’t possibly get any worse. Or perhaps, it could…

DREAMWEAVER, book two of the Dream Cycle will be available on Amazon Kindle and in paperback March of 2013

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And here, in the comfort of your own browser, is your free sample of DREAM CASTER by Najeev Raj Nadarajah:

Fred Tribuzzo’s Saint Nick – A Refreshing Modern Take on The Story of Scrooge

Saint Nick

by Fred Tribuzzo

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3 Rave Reviews
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled

Here’s the set-up:

Paul’s trendy spiritual ambitions have guttered, leaving him a burned-out, middle-aged bankruptcy lawyer. Now it’s almost Christmas, and the spirit world has decided to take Paul firmly in hand. Three iconic Native Americans of the nineteenth century, Black Elk, Sitting Bull and Crazy Horse, challenge Paul to a dream quest: no guarantee of safe return. It’s going to be a rough ride.

Fred Tribuzzo is a professional pilot who has flown aircraft from the J-3 Cub to the fastest corporate jet ever made-the Citation Ten. Currently flying a Boeing 737 Business Jet, his trips can range from thirty minutes to ten hours. It was on the far side of the world that he wrote Saint Nick.

Reviews

“…A terrific short read with a lot to say. Perfect for the holiday season, or, indeed, any time one desires a rich and satisfying literary experience. Good things do indeed come in small packages. I am awaiting Mr. Tribuzzo’s next literary effort with great anticipation.” – Amazon Reviewer, 5 Stars

“…A good read in any season, this seventy-three-page novella, with its Christmas message of redemption, promises to provide solace amid the harried holidays as well as an inspirational stocking stuffer for the book lovers on anyone’s gift list.” – Amazon Reviewer, 4 Stars

About The Author

Fred Tribuzzo is a professional pilot who has flown aircraft from the Piper J-3 Cub to the fastest corporate jet ever made—the Citation Ten. Currently flying a Boeing 737 business jet, his trips can range from thirty minutes to ten hours. It was on the far side of the world that he wrote Saint Nick.

Fred has also written two novels, Mock Court, a legal thriller, and Giants on the Horizon, a tribute to the Greatest Generation.

Several chapters of American Sky, a flying memoir, have appeared in the Kudzu Monthly. Fred has also been published in Flying magazine.

In another life, Fred played electric bass for several groups, including the Numbers Band from northeastern Ohio, performing on four of the band’s CDs. His other recordings are with singer / songwriter Marilyn DeFrange and her brother Denis on keyboards and synthesizer. In 1986 he received a fellowship from the Ohio Arts Council for piano, oboe and string compositions.

For more about Fred, visit his website.

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Saint Nick

by Fred Tribuzzo

<%title%>
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
Here’s the set-up:

Paul’s trendy spiritual ambitions have guttered, leaving him a burned-out, middle-aged bankruptcy lawyer. Now it’s almost Christmas, and the spirit world has decided to take Paul firmly in hand. Three iconic Native Americans of the nineteenth century, Black Elk, Sitting Bull and Crazy Horse, challenge Paul to a dream quest: no guarantee of safe return. It’s going to be a rough ride.

Fred Tribuzzo is a professional pilot who has flown aircraft from the J-3 Cub to the fastest corporate jet ever made-the Citation Ten. Currently flying a Boeing 737 Business Jet, his trips can range from thirty minutes to ten hours. It was on the far side of the world that he wrote Saint Nick.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars
September 26, 2009
Format:Paperback
In a blending of Native American spirituality with traditional Christian faith, Fred Tribuzzo’s slim volume relates the story of Paul, a middle-aged cynic about to see the bill on his self-centered life come due. A few days before Christmas finds Paul sitting home alone, playing video games before bed. Awaiting him is Christmas dinner with his mother and a reunion with his estranged son, home on leave from Iraq.

Picking up a dog-eared copy of “Black Elk Speaks” from his bedside table sets off a chain of events that awakens memories of his childhood and propels Paul into an alternative world where his heroes — Black Elk, Sitting Bull, and Crazy Horse — become flesh and blood characters. Each, in turn, challenges Paul’s cynical views, forcing him to see his life for what it is. But will Paul see the light, admit his faults, and find the courage to reverse a lifetime of cynicism and selfishness?

Trubuzzo’s writing style crisply moves the story forward, creates an eerie atmosphere in his dreamworld scenes, and provides a nostalgic view of Midwestern snowfall, last-minute holiday shopping and Christmas dinner with family.

A good read in any season, this seventy-three-page novella, with its Christmas message of redemption, promises to provide solace amid the harried holidays as well as an inspirational stocking stuffer for the book lovers on anyone’s gift list.

5.0 out of 5 stars February 7, 2011
Format:Paperback
I will not mirror other reviews in this space by repeating a narrative analysis, suffice to say that “Saint Nick” is a simple tale, simply and effectively told. Author Fred Tribuzzo wraps it up neatly without fanfare or excessive rhetoric. This tale does not need either. A terrific short read with a lot to say. Perfect for the holiday season, or, indeed, any time one desires a rich and satisfying literary experience. Good things do indeed come in small packages. I am awaiting Mr. Tribuzzo’s next literary effort with great anticipation.


(This is a sponsored post.)

 

A Very Special Dream Quest For The Christmas Season – Saint Nick by Fred Tribuzzo **PLUS Enter This Week’s Kindle Fire HD Giveaway Sweepstakes

Saint Nick

by Fred Tribuzzo

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3 Rave Reviews
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
*** Author Fred Tribuzzo is this week’s Kindle Fire HD giveaway sweepstakes sponsor. To enter your name into this week’s sweepstakes click here!

Here’s the set-up:

Paul’s trendy spiritual ambitions have guttered, leaving him a burned-out, middle-aged bankruptcy lawyer. Now it’s almost Christmas, and the spirit world has decided to take Paul firmly in hand. Three iconic Native Americans of the nineteenth century, Black Elk, Sitting Bull and Crazy Horse, challenge Paul to a dream quest: no guarantee of safe return. It’s going to be a rough ride.

Fred Tribuzzo is a professional pilot who has flown aircraft from the J-3 Cub to the fastest corporate jet ever made-the Citation Ten. Currently flying a Boeing 737 Business Jet, his trips can range from thirty minutes to ten hours. It was on the far side of the world that he wrote Saint Nick.

Reviews

“…A terrific short read with a lot to say. Perfect for the holiday season, or, indeed, any time one desires a rich and satisfying literary experience. Good things do indeed come in small packages. I am awaiting Mr. Tribuzzo’s next literary effort with great anticipation.” – Amazon Reviewer, 5 Stars

“…A good read in any season, this seventy-three-page novella, with its Christmas message of redemption, promises to provide solace amid the harried holidays as well as an inspirational stocking stuffer for the book lovers on anyone’s gift list.” – Amazon Reviewer, 4 Stars

About The Author

Fred Tribuzzo is a professional pilot who has flown aircraft from the Piper J-3 Cub to the fastest corporate jet ever made—the Citation Ten. Currently flying a Boeing 737 business jet, his trips can range from thirty minutes to ten hours. It was on the far side of the world that he wrote Saint Nick.

Fred has also written two novels, Mock Court, a legal thriller, and Giants on the Horizon, a tribute to the Greatest Generation.

Several chapters of American Sky, a flying memoir, have appeared in the Kudzu Monthly. Fred has also been published in Flying magazine.

In another life, Fred played electric bass for several groups, including the Numbers Band from northeastern Ohio, performing on four of the band’s CDs. His other recordings are with singer / songwriter Marilyn DeFrange and her brother Denis on keyboards and synthesizer. In 1986 he received a fellowship from the Ohio Arts Council for piano, oboe and string compositions.

For more about Fred, visit his website.

(This is a sponsored post.)

Today’s Kindle Nation Daily eBook of the Day

is a very special dream quest for the Christmas season – $1.99 Holiday SPECIAL!

 

Saint Nick

by Fred Tribuzzo

<%title%>
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
Here’s the set-up:

Paul’s trendy spiritual ambitions have guttered, leaving him a burned-out, middle-aged bankruptcy lawyer. Now it’s almost Christmas, and the spirit world has decided to take Paul firmly in hand. Three iconic Native Americans of the nineteenth century, Black Elk, Sitting Bull and Crazy Horse, challenge Paul to a dream quest: no guarantee of safe return. It’s going to be a rough ride.

Fred Tribuzzo is a professional pilot who has flown aircraft from the J-3 Cub to the fastest corporate jet ever made-the Citation Ten. Currently flying a Boeing 737 Business Jet, his trips can range from thirty minutes to ten hours. It was on the far side of the world that he wrote Saint Nick.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars
September 26, 2009
Format:Paperback
In a blending of Native American spirituality with traditional Christian faith, Fred Tribuzzo’s slim volume relates the story of Paul, a middle-aged cynic about to see the bill on his self-centered life come due. A few days before Christmas finds Paul sitting home alone, playing video games before bed. Awaiting him is Christmas dinner with his mother and a reunion with his estranged son, home on leave from Iraq.

Picking up a dog-eared copy of “Black Elk Speaks” from his bedside table sets off a chain of events that awakens memories of his childhood and propels Paul into an alternative world where his heroes — Black Elk, Sitting Bull, and Crazy Horse — become flesh and blood characters. Each, in turn, challenges Paul’s cynical views, forcing him to see his life for what it is. But will Paul see the light, admit his faults, and find the courage to reverse a lifetime of cynicism and selfishness?

Trubuzzo’s writing style crisply moves the story forward, creates an eerie atmosphere in his dreamworld scenes, and provides a nostalgic view of Midwestern snowfall, last-minute holiday shopping and Christmas dinner with family.

A good read in any season, this seventy-three-page novella, with its Christmas message of redemption, promises to provide solace amid the harried holidays as well as an inspirational stocking stuffer for the book lovers on anyone’s gift list.

5.0 out of 5 stars February 7, 2011
Format:Paperback
I will not mirror other reviews in this space by repeating a narrative analysis, suffice to say that “Saint Nick” is a simple tale, simply and effectively told. Author Fred Tribuzzo wraps it up neatly without fanfare or excessive rhetoric. This tale does not need either. A terrific short read with a lot to say. Perfect for the holiday season, or, indeed, any time one desires a rich and satisfying literary experience. Good things do indeed come in small packages. I am awaiting Mr. Tribuzzo’s next literary effort with great anticipation.

 

* * *

And here, in the comfort of your own browser, is your free sample of SAINT NICK by Fred Tribuzzo:

Bah…humbug! A Refreshing Modern Take on The Story of Scrooge – Fred Tribuzzo’s Saint Nick **PLUS A Link to Enter This Week’s Kindle Fire HD Giveaway Sweepstakes

Saint Nick

by Fred Tribuzzo

<%title%>
3 Rave Reviews
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled

*** Author Fred Tribuzzo is this week’s Kindle Fire HD giveaway sweepstakes sponsor. To enter your name into this week’s sweepstakes click here!

Here’s the set-up:

Paul’s trendy spiritual ambitions have guttered, leaving him a burned-out, middle-aged bankruptcy lawyer. Now it’s almost Christmas, and the spirit world has decided to take Paul firmly in hand. Three iconic Native Americans of the nineteenth century, Black Elk, Sitting Bull and Crazy Horse, challenge Paul to a dream quest: no guarantee of safe return. It’s going to be a rough ride.

Fred Tribuzzo is a professional pilot who has flown aircraft from the J-3 Cub to the fastest corporate jet ever made-the Citation Ten. Currently flying a Boeing 737 Business Jet, his trips can range from thirty minutes to ten hours. It was on the far side of the world that he wrote Saint Nick.

Reviews

“…A terrific short read with a lot to say. Perfect for the holiday season, or, indeed, any time one desires a rich and satisfying literary experience. Good things do indeed come in small packages. I am awaiting Mr. Tribuzzo’s next literary effort with great anticipation.” – Amazon Reviewer, 5 Stars

“…A good read in any season, this seventy-three-page novella, with its Christmas message of redemption, promises to provide solace amid the harried holidays as well as an inspirational stocking stuffer for the book lovers on anyone’s gift list.” – Amazon Reviewer, 4 Stars

About The Author

Fred Tribuzzo is a professional pilot who has flown aircraft from the Piper J-3 Cub to the fastest corporate jet ever made—the Citation Ten. Currently flying a Boeing 737 business jet, his trips can range from thirty minutes to ten hours. It was on the far side of the world that he wrote Saint Nick.

Fred has also written two novels, Mock Court, a legal thriller, and Giants on the Horizon, a tribute to the Greatest Generation.

Several chapters of American Sky, a flying memoir, have appeared in the Kudzu Monthly. Fred has also been published in Flying magazine.

In another life, Fred played electric bass for several groups, including the Numbers Band from northeastern Ohio, performing on four of the band’s CDs. His other recordings are with singer / songwriter Marilyn DeFrange and her brother Denis on keyboards and synthesizer. In 1986 he received a fellowship from the Ohio Arts Council for piano, oboe and string compositions.

For more about Fred, visit his website.

(This is a sponsored post.)