Today, I am pleased to announce that Lemon Press Publishing, in conjunction with Wisconsin’s own Badger Wordsmith, has entered into a joint venture to publish The Cozen Protocol, an Amazon.com Breakthrough Novel of the Year Award nominee, to a print version and a second e-book edition.
The Cozen Protocol’s second edition features a newly designed cover that depicts the scene from the novel’s Jonathan Donnerstag homicide—a Milwaukee tavern owner killed with an arrow. The paperback and new e-book versions will be available shortly.
By mid-summer, I plan to release my second novel that delves into the world of psychic phenomena. Law enforcement officials are extremely skeptical of self-proclaimed psychics, although, in the past, those with paranormal abilities have proven some naysayers wrong.
Recently, psychic Sylvia Browne was roundly criticized for a 2004 prediction she made on the Montel Willaims Show. During this appearance, Browne told the mother of Cleveland kidnapping victim Amanda Barry that her daughter, who been missing for almost two years, was dead. Last week, Barry escaped from a Seymour Ave. home and contacted the police to report her nearly decade-long ordeal in captivity.
To learn more the new release of The Cozen Protocol, as well as my soon-to-be release novel, visit this site for continual updates.
© Mitchell Nevin, Bloomington, MN, 2013