Mortal Men

http://medicalauthorchat.com/ems-books-for-your-kindle/

I have been a fan of Peter Canning for years. His was one of the first blogs I read, and Rescuing Providence owes a great deal to Street Watch. http://medicscribe.com/

Believe it or not, there was a time, long, long ago (seven years) when there were only a few EMS and Fire related blogs on the internet, and Facebook was only a glimmer of an idea. Since that time EVERYTHING concerning publishing books has changed.

Book readers, and buyers have a million choices at their fingertips now, and lots for free. There are great works, good stories, a lot of decent things and a giant heap of rubbish to choose from. It is more difficult now than ever to stand out, and continue writing quality content. Peter has done just that, with his blog, and now, Mortal Men, his first (that I know of, anyway) work of fiction.

I look forward to reading Mortal Men, as soon as I break down and buy an e-reader. Through our writing I sense a brotherhood with Peter, and am proud to consider him a friend.

5 Comments

  • Medic 22 says:

    LT, I read it last night. It was great.

  • michael says:

    Thanks Medic 22, somebody is giving me their first generation Kindle, I'll be reading it soon!
     

  • Peter says:

    Thanks for the plug Michael.  I am halfway through your book and really enjoying it.  Will have a post on it soon.
    Best,
    Peter

  • George says:

    If you don’t want to buy an e-reader, you can get Amazon’s Kindle program for your computer and read it on there, or on a smartphone.

  • Jamie says:

    I don’t have an e-reader, and my phone isn’t very smart. I really wish books hadn’t fallen prey to the digital age. I love books and turning pages and carrying one and..it just ain’t fittin’ for a book to be electric and run on batteries dadgum it!I don’t want to do the majority of my reading on a ‘puter either. I will stop before I begin to rant.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

background image Blogger Img

Michael Morse

JEMS Talk: Google Hangout

Comments
bernie
The what if we’re wrong-a-thon – Narcan edition
this is a subject that provokes an ethical debate. i am a long time medic and believe narcan should be available to everyone. we didnt make these people junkies, but I suppose everyone has a right to save themselves or their loved ones. your logic about not doing drugs is sound, BUT! do we still…
2015-06-22 10:20:00
Joe
13 things that drive a medic nuts…
Calling from the parking lot or across the street, or even the waiting room because they haven't been "seen".
2015-06-19 14:22:27
Jay
13 things that drive a medic nuts…
That's awesome and so darn true! I got a good chuckle out of the fact that we are truly the only ones that can relate to these type of calls. I read your book it was great! Take care! Jay
2015-06-19 13:47:54
karl
13 things that drive a medic nuts…
I don't know where you serve, but this list is dead-on!!!
2015-06-19 05:21:15
Rolonne Marie Ross
13 things that drive a medic nuts…
Our E.M.T.s are our Guardian Angels in Canada and are revere most admirably except where our Govt is concerned .My favourite story comes from Prince Rupert B,C. ,where my friend's twin brother worked as a Paramedic.They got a call from a man whose father couldn't feel his feet.Paralysis from trauma was the first thought until…
2015-06-19 04:02:38

Uniform Stories

Visit Uniform Stories

Responding $3.99

wordpress visitor counter
February 2012
M T W T F S S
« Jan   Mar »
 12345
6789101112
13141516171819
20212223242526
272829  

FireEMS Blogs eNewsletter

Sign-up to receive our free monthly eNewsletter

LATEST EMS NEWS

HOT FORUM DISCUSSIONS