Do people still say “bleg”…

August 6th, 2009

…when talking about a begging blog post?

Well, viagra usa prostate whether they do or not, sildenafil prescription that’s what this is.

If you blog, salve would you please announce the availability of the new book that’s all about me: The Abortionist.

Even if it’s not your sort of story, some of your readers might like it.

They can learn more at, read the first five chapters here and buy it on Amazon or at or even get it for just $4.99 on the Kindle.

Here’s some of what people are saying about the book:

Wendy Robinson at Boots & Sabers:

Once I started reading, I could not put the book down. I loved the characters, especially Elliot and Caroline, because they seemed so realistic. And it’s not often that we get to read novels set in Milwaukee. The dialogue is smooth and real.

In spite of its title, this is not just an “abortion book.” It’s a story about a serial killer and a crime solver whose life is personally touched by the crimes. Yes, the serial killer uses techniques used by people who perform abortions, and several characters in the book have strong opinions one way or the other. But both pro-lifers and pro-choicers will enjoy this novel and probably identify with at least one of the characters. That the main character uses a wheelchair adds a unique perspective we don’t often see. Elliott’s disability and his ability to cope with it and do things he did before his accident provide insight into Elliott’s personality and how he identifies himself.

Chris reviewing on

“This book is fantastic!! It a suspense/thriller about a serial killer that takes place in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. It is also a love story. It is NOT pro-abortion or the author says, it’s pro-thought. The plot is original, and the character development is tremendous – I really “got to know” the characters. Above all, it is a spine-tingling blood-chilling page turner. It’s one of those books you just don’t want to put want to find out what happens next.”

Patrick Dorwin at Badger Blogger:

I loved this book!
This novel is about a serial killer, right here in our own Milwaukee. Elliot Sterns is a former cop that was paralyzed when shot by a suspect, he is now working as a freelance journalist and… yep, a blogger! Elliot teams up with his old partner to track down the killer, called The Abortionist. Since this book is based in Milwaukee, those of us that are Brew-Town Cheese Heads will be able to track the Milwaukee area land marks as they work their way through town. It is also interesting to see how Michael works in his blog, From Where I Sit, to the story.
I know that with a title like The Abortionist, you probably think it is written for one side of the abortion issue or the other, but it really isn’t. As Michael says, the book isn’t pro-life or pro-choice, it’s pro-thought. “It’s not a choice, it’s a must-read.”
I won’t give anything away, but this book was entertaining and easy to read. I recommend it to anyone that wants an entertaining crime novel, even if you don’t live in Milwaukee.

Thanks, guys! I’d do the same for you, even if your book really, really sucked! ;)

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5 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Chris from Racine  |  August 6th, 2009 at 10:52 am

    Oh sure – link me to B&N instead of the blog… ;)

  • 2. Elliot  |  August 6th, 2009 at 10:58 am

    You posted on two different blogs and I didn’t want to diss one of them!

  • 3. Chris from Racine  |  August 6th, 2009 at 11:01 am

    Oh okay – I’ll accept that…THIS time!

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