Philip Mann – Oddball Jewish Paranormalism

Did you know orthodox jews are from the Galileo Quadrant? Some of them, anyway...

Philip MannHello all and welcome to our continuing series of author interviews.

Today’s guest is Montreal native Philip Mann, author of the Dark MUSE Jewish Paranormal series. This is a special treat because, if you’re like me, you don’t know much about judaism or how that belief’s concept of the paranormal differs from other orthodoxies. Prepare to be educated. I’d like everyone to stand up and give Philip Mann a big round of applause for taking part in our exciting adventure.

In many presentations in the popular media, jewish life is caricatured, or watered down.

 
Philip’s Bio
Philip told me he was born in the Galileo quadrant, north-northeast sector of the Andromeda strain, and that he’s always had a vivid imagination, but only focussed it in 2010, more or less. His wife puts up with his ramblings knowing that it keeps him from serious, possibly certifiable acts.

Beyond that, nobody’s saying anything.
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Giacomo ‘Jim’ Giammatteo – Walking Wild Boars and Best Friends

You need inspiration? Good, because you're not going to find an excuse.

Giacomo 'Jim' GiammatteoHello all and welcome to our continuing series of author interviews. Today’s guest, Giacomo “Jim” Giammatteo, holds the record (as of May 2018) for the most books published in a year.

Care to take a guess how many? I’ll tell you now they wouldn’t all fit in a breadbox. Maybe a bread carton and probably a bread truck.

Thirty-seven (37)!

Perhaps one of those books deals with writer’s cramp?
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June 2018 Author Interview Plunge Schedule

June brings us dead bodies in baggage claim, medical insurance oddities, odd Jewish books and skies full of dressmakers. I think.

Yo! Ready for the June 2018 Author Interview Plunges?

There’s lots to look forward to and much diversity coming in June. We start June with Financial Planning for Murders, take a brief sojourn into the Jewish Paranormal, stop off for some nasty medical thrillers and end the month recovering from sexual addiction.

Think of it as four points on a compass.

A crazy, bizarre compass. You probably don’t want to steer your ship by it, but what the heck. It could be fun.
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