I’m excited to announce the Black Oil, Red Blood blog tour, which is scheduled for May 1-12th. Watch for fun giveaways, interviews and guest posts on the following book blogs:
May 1st- Shadow Kisses Book Reviews– Interview, Giveaway
May 2nd- Making Connections– Review, Interview, Giveaway
The United States Postal Service has a bad reputation. Workers go crazy and service from government employees sucks, they say, which is why we have private options like UPS and FedEx, right? Because these private options allegedly give the government a run for their money. Because capitalism is the… Continue reading
As soon as Black Oil, Red Blood hit the shelves, I found myself on the receiving end of some pretty nasty comments from people who shall remain nameless. Specifically, people accused me of writing a book about the oil spill in an attempt to profit at the expense of Gulf… Continue reading
I’d like to direct your attention to a post over at the Gulf Restoration Network. Despite BP’s massive advertising campaign saying everything is all right, that cleanup is complete, the devastation remains. Scientists have reported ongoing seeps from the Macondo prospect, and Gulf coast residents are still capturing pictures of… Continue reading
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If you live on the Gulf Coast and feel that your health has been impacted by the Gulf Oil Disaster, please fill out this survey. This survey is intended to gather information and raise awareness about symptoms that are occurring in the Gulf Coast population. Filling it out will take… Continue reading
I’m thrilled to announce that the legal thriller BLACK OIL, RED BLOOD is now available in print and for Kindle. Other e-book formats will be available shortly.
I used to work for a law firm that sued Big Oil for exposing its employees to carcinogens like benzene and other… Continue reading
Act Now for the Gulf – A short up-to-date guide for citizen activists and other heroes who love the Gulf of Mexico
Below is a special guest post from activist Cherri Foytlin. Thank you, Cherri, for allowing me to share your letter on this blog.
I wish to commend you on your continuing work on behalf of the people still being affected by the 2010 BP Oil Catastrophe. As you… Continue reading