Interesting and Relevant Read while I Write!

Hello Fans,

As I attend more writer circle meetings to get feedback on my debut novel, as well as make my first attempt at securing a traditional book deal (wish me luck on that one!), I’ve been reading this book—Corpalism, by Arun D Ellis.  Set in the UK, Ellis dives into much of what my message in MASKS OF MORALITY tries to convey.  While neither of us are anti-corporate—-his writing, like mine, lays out some definitive areas of corporate abuse against humanity.

Like my writing, Ellis speaks of the need to build a world society with a social conscience. I quote him “we must actively decide to change course and that means we much change our political and economic systems”.

And, as Ellis quotes “We live in uncommon if not unprecedented times, they can be the darkest or the brightest times, the choice is ours.

I could not agree more. corpalismmask


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  1. Fannie on December 29, 2016 at 5:54 pm

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    • T.L. Mumley on March 24, 2017 at 5:41 am


      I should have thanked you a LONG time ago for the nice comment on my author website blog. I wanted to let you know that my debut novel, “Masks of Morality” is published through Smashwords for now, and available for a limited time offer as a FREE eBook. Go here to get a copy

      Masks of Morality will also be coming in print in stores such as Barnes & Noble….but for now I am distributing it over online stores at Smashwords, and soon Barnes & Noble, Apple, Amazon & others once I get into the premium catalog.

      T.L. Mumley

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