Monthly Archives: September 2011

‘After’ in Paperback

‘After,’ my book of short stories set in the days after 9/11, is now available in paperback. It’s short stories and it’s short–only 74 pages. But the stories are some of my best. They include, among others, a man masquerading … Continue reading

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Perspective

Two articles I’ve read in recent days draw an interesting contrast: 1) A study in a Swiss university tested financial traders in a decision-making game and found them more prone to cheating and back-stabbing than psychopaths. The article suggests that while the … Continue reading

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Wha? (Chapter 62,453)

I was on the bus going to work the other day when I passed one of these, right in front of the Staten Island bus depot on Yukon Avenue: The only difference between this one and the one I saw … Continue reading

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Welcome to His New York. Got Kidney?

My friend C.O. Moed has a wonderful blog about the New York that’s vanishing before our eyes and today has a post that I felt needed sharing. Visit her blog here – read, leave comments and if you have help to … Continue reading

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New ‘Mindbenders’ Review and Interview

A Mindbenders double-feature: a new review and an interview with the author (Him? Again?) on the Kindle Author site today. Consider My Mind Bent, September 12, 2011 By Steve Madden (Richland, WA USA) Ted Krever’s Mindbenders was a wonderful surprise. It took me all … Continue reading

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Canaries in a Coal Mine

Cristina G runs a really fine book blog at http://www.alaskanbookcafe.com/ She wrote me months ago (link here) about her son who returned from Iraq ten years ago and the PTSD he shares with Greg, the character who tells the story in ‘Mindbenders’. We’ve … Continue reading

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New ‘Mindbenders’ Review

***** Does your mind belong to you?, September 10, 2011 By Nash Black “Troubadour” (Jamestown, KY) MINDBENDERS by Ted Krever will make you wonder if your mind really does belong to you. Gregor “Greg” Samsa is living in the Florida Everglades, suffering from a … Continue reading

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Another new ‘Mindbenders’ review and interview

Fantasy writer R.M. Holdsworth and I became friends at Thrillerfest this year; she’s posted a review of Mindbenders and the first part of a grueling interview on her site today: read it at http://rmholdsworth.blogspot.com/ Among other things, we discuss Renn’s character, … Continue reading

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New ‘Mindbenders’ Interview

I’m interviewed today on the ‘1stauthorinterviews’ site about ‘Mindbenders'; click here to read.

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