Ereader News Today featured BEYOND JUSTICE as its book of the day today. I love the way they pulled out some of the nicest Amazon reviews.
I had a great time talking with Laura Lester Fournier on her radio show “Spiritually Speaking.”
While I’m not what I’d call a “religious” person, I am a person of deep faith. On this show, I speak not only about my books and writing, but candidly about my faith which, while something integral to my being, is not something I push upon people. Rather, I try to live it out and share with those who may be interested.
…for almost 14 solid months, BEYOND JUSTICE has remained on two Amazon Top 100 bestseller categories (legal thrillers) and recently hovered around the top 5 all the way up to #2 in legal thrillers. For a long time a title by Michael Connelly (The Lincoln Lawyer) dominated that #1 spot–months after the theatrical release of the same title starring Matthew McConaughey.
Well, today after several close encounters with the #2 spot in Amazon.com’s bestselling legal thrillers, BEYOND JUSTICE hit #1 bestseller!
Black Friday Ebook Deals! This is a great time to load up some free and bargain titles for your ebook reader, so I’d like to make you aware of some of my bestselling titles, which are all available in the books section of this website
“Darkroom” by Joshua Graham named an Award-Winning Finalist in the Mystery/Suspense category of The USA “Best Books 2011″ Awards.
How ebooks helped launch my career and Darkroom for Barnes & Noble Nook now available for Pre-Order!
Joshua Graham’s Suspense Thriller Darkroom to be published as an audiobook through Recorded Books, LLC, and distributed by audible.
It’s kind of cool to that my title is hanging out in the same sandbox with Stephen King, Amanda Hocking, Lee Goldberg and Bram Stoker! I’m pretty “stoked” about it!
…with each day that passes it’s becoming clearer to me that everything we face in life–be it victories, defeat, challenges, good news or bad–is an opportunity to reveal our character. In fact, it’s a chance to determine our future by our choices. When I look at the “achievement” of having my book published by a major publisher (Simon & Schuster is considered one of the “Big Six”) I find myself at something of a crossroad…