Mark Tapson writing in FrontPage Mag has published an interview with me that I’m sure you’ll enjoy. Please click over to FrontPage and show your support. Here’s the opening: On December 18, 2010, two female friends – one Christian and the other Jewish - were hiking together in the hills of Jerusalem when they were accosted by a pair of members from a Palestinian terror cell. Both women were bound and hacked with machetes until the Christian, Kristine Luken, was dead and the other seemingly so. But in an incredible display of a bottomless will to live, Kay Wilson – with thirteen machete wounds, a crushed sternum, multiple rib fractures, bone splinters in her lungs, a dislocated shoulder and broken shoulder blade – got up and walked over a mile barefoot, bound, and bleeding unt
I’m thrilled to announce The Rage Less Traveled has just been released on Audible and iTunes. I decided to read it myself, because it is only me who knows how deeply this attack affected me. No one else can get in my head. It wasn’t easy because it brought everything very close again, but I think the results are even better than I expected. If you’re the kind of person who is too busy to read, now you can at least “read" the book while jogging, driving, cooking, or walking the dogs. Enjoy. If you already have a subscription to Audible, you can search for the book and take it as your next read! If you want to join Audible free for 30 days and start listening to my book. Even if you cancel, you get to keep your first book. Use the following links: United Kingdom 🇬🇧United State
Thanks to all of you who have purchased The Rage Less Traveled, not only is it now #1 in the category of PTSD, it has shot straight to number 6,975 out of the 8 MILLION (no less) titles Amazon has available. We are going to win this war against Palestinian terrorism, and stop the UK government rewarding my would-be murderers, and have the last laugh at the fake news that poses as respectable journalism yet seeks to stifle my voice. Thanks a bunch to you all!
Without fail, every major New York publisher wrote to say that my memoir of surviving a machete attack, is written, "extremely well" and the story is "gripping" and the book is a "page turner." I take that as a huge compliment. However, despite the accolades, not one publisher had the courage to publish it. "We don't know where to place it," said some. Others said, they are only publishing Israeli authors if they are writing about "brain and gender studies." This screenshot is the response of one publisher who turned it down. So why didn't I write about the "young and impoverished Palestinians"? (Actually my attackers were hardly "young" at 34 years old...) Well, firstly MY memoir happens to be about ME (funny that) and not about other people. Secondl
First of all thank you to any and all who’ve bought the e-book already. I know many of you are waiting for the paperback version of the The Rage Less Traveled. The interior pages have been finessed and I’m really happy with the result, I’m waiting for a proof copy and as long as that turns out the way I hope, the book should be on sale on Amazon within a few days! I’m also going to tell the full story of why I chose to self publish my book soon. I’m really happy with how it’s looking, here’s the cover and back cover with those great endorsements from Julie Burchill, Richard Kemp and Sheri Oz. Cover design by Annie Selby The interior pages will look like this: Interior design by Brian My crack team also made some updates to the e-book Kindle version which, if you’ve bough