Robert J Saniscalchi is the Author of Bullets and Bandages, a thrilling new novel from Amazon Create-Space His first book has received endorsements from the Vietnam Veterans Association and The Military Writer's Society of America. Full reviews can be found on Amazon.com, at the books sale page. Robert is a member of Urbis, this is writing and reviewing web site that helps improve writing skills and comprehension. Robert is a licensed Electrician, Author and writer. Robert became interested in writing after he attended English and writing classes at college. He is married and has two grown children. He was born and raised in New Jersey. He lives and works in Berks County PA. Robert loves the great outdoors, reading, writing and working on his cars. Robert and his wife Gloria love dogs, they have three, a Springer Spaniel, a little Poodle and a Shetland Sheep dog.
Robert J. Saniscalchi’s Current Book (s):
Date Joined Books In Sync On June 17, 2009
I always thought that nothing in life is free, but I just found out today that the fictional thriller- My Life For Her is Free on Amazon Kindle, that's right I said free! 0-Dollars. I do not know why it is free, but it might be worth your while if you are a kindle reader to get one before they run out. For details stop by my Author's Webpage
Hello Cold Coffee,
It is good to connect even though I like my coffee hot!
I have self published both of my novels-(no more shady publishers for me)- through Amazon/create-space. It took some time, but I learned a lot doing so. The books also have some added content which adds some dimension to the stories.
Brief Synopsis: Bullets and Banages was inspired by true events. It was my brother and his stories about his time in Vietnam as a US Army Field Medic that…Continue
Hello to all at Cold Coffee,
I have published MY LIFE FOR HER through Amazon Create-Space. This second edition is full of new details that add to the adventure. Excerpt- Chapter 1- Rob is reflecting back at his past, and the emotional journey of recent events.
Rob had sensed something odd yet familiar. It was the feeling that his life had circled back to the same time and…Continue