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Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Anti-Nazi Task Force Adventures Video

The following link is my promo video about "Anti-Nazi Task Force Adventures video.

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Listing of my published books along with their date of publication:
Cover Your Nut - Practical Accounting in Plain English for the Real World (4/26-2006)

Gibbon's Secrets - A Boy's Memories of the 40's (10/21/2008)

Back in the Day - 1945 to 1955 From High School to the U.S. Navy (10/26/2012)

The Business Plan and Beyond - Beginner's Guide Book (3/22/2013)

Mill Park Mystery - Nebraska to Nuremberg (4/13/2013)

Anti-Nazi Task Force Adventures - Search for Jewish Families Stolen Art Collections (6/14/2014)

The link to my Authors Page on Amazon is: http://amzn.to/1uB0GgX

The last two books are classified as the Mill Park Mystery Series as the Anti-Nazi Task Force Adventures is a continuation of the Mill Park Mystery book.  

Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Bud's Books Business Card

My new Bud's Books business card is unique as it shows the name of each of my published books on the spine.

As you can see from the books above they are shown in order of publication with the exception of The Business Plan and Beyond which was really the 2nd to last one published.

The order of publication is:
Cover Your Nut - Practical Accounting in Plain English for the Real World (4/26-2006)

Gibbon's Secrets - A Boy's Memories of the 40's (10/21/2008)

Back in the Day - 1945 to 1955 From High School to the U.S. Navy (10/26/2012)

The Business Plan and Beyond - Beginner's Guide Book (3/22/2013)

Mill Park Mystery - Nebraska to Nuremberg (4/13/2013)

Monday, May 6, 2013

Final two photo clues for Mill Park Mystery

I have enjoyed sharing photo clues with you connected to my new book, Mill Park Mystery.  Even though the story is a total fiction I have been to all the places shown in the previous photo clues.  

Over the weekend I made my kindle version of Mill Park Mystery available as a FREE download and interestingly enough 107 individuals did take advantage of the offer.  The breakdown of where the individuals downloaded their free book from is as follows: 85 from Amazon/US, 14 from Amazon/UK, 6 from Amazon/DE, 1 from Amazon/JP, and 1 from Amazon/CA. I would like anyone that downloaded their free book from one of the listed locations to send me an acknowledgement indicating the city where they live.

Now for the final photo clues!  

What is significant about this tower?

Do you think the above tower lead Philso and Cornelli to their final clue?  And, why?

Why is this door an important clue?
Who is that lady?  Is she part of the story?

Now for the final clue!  The first individual that responds to this final photo clue (as to its importance and what it leads to) will receive not only a FREE signed copy of Mill Park Mystery, but free signed copies of my two "life series books" Gibbon's Secrets and Back in the Day.


The final photo clue!  

Why is this important and what does it lead to?

Now that photo clues are complete and its up to you to comment below with the correct answer to receive your free signed copies.  All you need to do is to buy the book and the clue will be revealed to you.  Mill Park Mystery is available on Amazon so the rest is up to you.  Good luck in your discovery?

Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Another picture clue for Mill Park Mystery

What do you think the x's on the map mean?

The above map is very meaningful in the final stages of Mill Park Mystery.  Why?

Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Mill Park Mystery Photo Clue

Old Town Nuremberg

Does anyone know the name of the church pictured above?

The first clue to solving part of the mystery was found in the graveyard of a church in Old Town Nuremberg.  Is this the church?

Sunday, April 21, 2013

Another photo clue shown here to help solve the Mill Park Mystery

The Heilig-Geist-Spital 
with the Pegnitz River flowing through the arches

The Spital was a restaurant on the Pegnitz River and a survivor of the historical Holy Spirit Hospital in Old Towne Nuremberg.  A typical German meal served there consisted of Schweinshaze (Pork Knuckles), Spaetzles (German dumpling or noodle), Rotkraut (red cabbage), Hard rolls, and Franken Wine.