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Main » 2012 » November » 26 » Suburban Heat: Rise Of An Empire - Chapter 1: The Cacciatori Wake Manor Connection...
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Suburban Heat: Rise Of An Empire - Chapter 1: The Cacciatori Wake Manor Connection...

When we look at Music, we also look at all the influences in which accompanies it, too. When working on "Suburban Heat: Rise Of An Empire" novel, one track stuck in my mind, and that track is one of the biggest selling singles of the 1980's, as well as being the centrepiece of notoriety within other Film Soundtracks since.

"Cacciatori Wake Manor Connection", though a piece of Adult Literature, the moulding of the story line has but become centred around that of those 80's Classics, while the "Film Script", which is at present being made available for HBO (Home Box Office)/Channel 5 Productions (As well as others, who at the moment cannot be named), has the very best of music included.

With the "Free Read" now ended, we look at "Chapter Two: The London Connection", which has a vast selection of 80's beats and favourites such as "The Jam", "UB40", "Blondie" and "Eric Clapton", to name but a few. And, as the Chapters are continued until the last in the book is reached - Chapter Twelve - the overall emphasis is going to be whether or not the Groups, Bands, and Solo Artists are going to go for such an Adult Erotic Political Thriller such as "Suburban Heat".

With more than 200,000 Readers hitting the Official Author's Website to find out what all the fuss was about, it is estimated that maybe one or two may have left a little red faced, but as for the others, who some have left their "Comments" on my Facebook Wall, are more than happy to have shared the moment in reading the chapter.

Of course, many people here would ask themselves why such a novel would be listed and talked about here, and the answer is simple...Why only have smoke, when you can have fire too? What "Suburban Heat: Rise Of An Empire" lacks in the flavour of people's tastes in reading, it will make up in with the carefully selected Soundtrack when the film of the first novel is made and shown.

"Suburban Heat: Rise Of An Empire" by Writer/Author MKDS, has so far generate239,725 Reads, while Kindle/eBook Sale projections have been estimated at twice that amount within the first 3 months of its Worldwide Release on Tuesday 27th November 2012.

Chapter Two: The London Connection, though more deeper, interactive and more mature in volume of tones and undertones may well generate a colossal 1,000,000 Reads within its seven day "Free Read" upon completion.

To view your "Free Read" of this unravelling Adult Erotic Political Thriller, which is two stories fused into one three novel saga: "Suburban Heat", first written more than 20 years ago, and "The Conspired Son", written less than 2 years ago, just click on any of the visible LINKS to be taken to Author's Official Website. See you there and Read Well.



Category: Music: Interviews | Views: 303 | Added by: MKDS67 | Tags: Xander O’Neill, political thriller, Cacciatori Wake Manor, Lady Melissa Cartwright, adult erotica, suburban heat, London Connection, Lord London | Rating: 5.0/1
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