Wrong Town: A Mark Landry Novel has made the Top 10 on Amazon's Best Sellers in the terrorism thriller category! Thanks very much to everyone who has purchased the book. I appreciate your support and will keep you posted on news and events. 'Wrong Town' is available for Kindle, iBooks, [...]
(Several of the main characters in my novel Wrong Town are police officers. I wanted to make sure I portrayed police culture accurately, so I spent many hours interviewing cops during the research phase. The content of this post comes from those interviews.) You’re at a cocktail party. You’re bored. [...]
I'm thrilled with the feedback from pre-release readers of Wrong Town: A Mark Landry Novel: "Captures today's security dilemmas in all of its complexities and presents them in a way that security professionals will appreciate and laymen will understand. I'm reading it for a second time - it's that good." - Colonel Don [...]
Creative blocks happen to everyone. Whether you write books, create presentations, or formulate business plans, we’ve all been there – completely stuck. Up against a wall with no clue how to continue. Here are two ways to smash through those barriers. They’ve worked for me – your mileage may vary. [...]
I’ll leave the politics to the politicians and the prognosticating to the prognosticators. But I think we can all agree on two things: *Terrorist attacks, shootings, natural disasters, car accidents, etc. are not going away any time soon. *No matter how well we train and equip our first responders they [...]
It gives me great pleasure to announce my latest book - Wrong Town - is now available for pre-order! Wrong Town is inspired by some of the subject matter, people, and places I interact with on a regular basis. If you like the topics I typically write about - you are going to love this novel. [...]
If you think botching a speech or presentation is bad, imagine how painful it is for the poor souls who have to sit through it. Easy fix: Incorporate a few of the following tips into your next presentation. Your chances of success will increase exponentially and your audience will love [...]
You don’t have to wait for Rook Recognition, Junior Ring Ceremony, or graduation to be proud. Be proud now. Less than 1% of the American population serves in the U.S. Military. Even fewer college age kids across the country would ever consider challenging themselves with something like four years in the Norwich University Corps of Cadets. That’s a sign that your Cadet has some courage and you probably did something right in raising them.