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Special announcement
ST Columnist Pisano Opens His Website
Writer-Artist-Techincian Wants to Better Serve Readers
Mr. Thomas Emmon Pisano opens his website.

The Seoul Times takes pride in announcing that Mr. Thomas Emmon Pisano, a renowned US writer and a special columnist for The Seoul Times, has recently opened his website for his readers. He is also an artist and technician.

The opening of his website
http://www.a-mystery-machine.com/ it to better
is aimed at better serving the vast number of his readers.

The following is his message for his readers.

a-mystery-machine.com
THOMAS EMMON PISANO
WRITER - ARTIST - TECHNICIAN

It's all about books, the story and the wonder that comes from a well told tale.

"There are explosions, gunshots, the squealing of tires, and the crashing of glass and metal as things ignite all around our heroes. Tears, laughter, and the repeated cry for help can be heard in the hushed quiet of the night. You hear a creek in the floorboards, you turn into a blinding flash of light, and that is all you remember. A paralyzed silence is yours as you realize you are their prey…"

I am a new mystery writer who is trying to entertain the reading word with a new and innovative mystery – thriller style. It may not be so new as it is determined to please the reader with the creation of the 'movie in the head' phenomenon. This technique is woven into the narrative flow of my novels.

I would put it akin to an illuminated narrative flow and that it brings the reader closer to a more vivid sensory experience. You forget the words and begin to live in the moment of the adventure, you are swept away and only return after you have temporarily exhausted your concentration.

Come by my website www.a-mystery-machine.com and see if I have a book for you.

Thank you,

Thomas Emmon Pisano




 

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