Tag: love story
A Timely Story of the Courage to Change
Some protest in violence. One man stands in silence. When writer Gerald Sanpatri loses everything he holds dear, he has a choice to make. His anger leads him to the crowded Presidential Square, full of mob mentality and wrath towards the brutal dictator Antoine. As Gerald takes part in the demonstration for freedom, he allows…
Travel to an Unspecified Country. Travel to Every County. “A Must Read”
My latest novel, A Love Story for a Nation, is set in the country of ? Actually, even I don’t know. It’s unspecified. I wonder if that bothers anyone. The story is set in the capital city called ? Hmmm, even that is unknown. The one place in the story that is known is the slum-like…
“A Love Story for a Nation” – Order Your Copy Today!
My fourth novel is on pre-order for KINDLE. It will be available on July 3 (in paperback too!). You’ll enjoy this great summer read! Order yours HERE! TAGLINE: The Revolution Starts with an Innocent Smile SYNOPSIS: As nightly raids burn the capital city, the mundane existence of Gerald Sanpatri takes a dramatic shift when Rosia walks into…
Exclusive Excerpt: “The Reach of the Banyan Tree” – only 99 cents for a limited time!
I’m happy to offer another exclusive excerpt from my latest novel. This is an excerpt from a chapter called “Discovery.” OSS operative, Charles, has been tracking down the driver of a lost lorry deep in the countryside of Tonkin, French Indochina in the waning moments of WWII. He and his three Viet Minh companions arrive…
New “Banyan Tree” Review: “Excellent Story, Beautifully Written”
Cathy from Cath’n’ Kindle Book Review recently posted her review of my latest novel, “The Reach of the Banyan Tree.” She starts off by saying this: “Mark Sasse never disappoints. He writes with heart and soul and sucks you right into his characters’ world…wherever and whenever it is.” And ends by saying this: “It’s an…
Three Generations – One Awesome Vietnam Story
As The Reach of the Banyan Tree gets closer to launch day, I want to highlight the one American family which always seems to be connected to Vietnam – the Carson family. Charles Carson was a member of the OSS (pre-cursor to the CIA) and parachuted into Tonkin, French Indochina in the summer of 1945, just…