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Ellis Shuman Writes · 1W ago

Editing My Novel, a Year after It Was Published

&TweetJust over a year ago, my second novel was traditionally published. There was a book signing and official presentations by my editor and publisher. I was interviewed on television, twic...
Ellis Shuman Writes · 3W ago

Five Years after Burgas

&TweetOn July 18, 2012, a terrorist bomb exploded on a bus transporting Israelis from Burg...
Ellis Shuman Writes · 1M ago

Scammers Break The Kindle Store

Excerpt from an article by David Gaughran.If you are an author and have books in Kindle Unlimited, you’ll want to read this.On Friday, a book jumped to the #1 spot on Amazon, out of nowhere; it quickly became obvious that the author had used a clickf...
Ellis Shuman Writes · 1M ago

How Did an American-born Israeli Happen to Write a Novel in Bulgarian?

&TweetOne year ago, my novel The Burgas Affair was published with all the requisite fanfar...
Ellis Shuman Writes · 1M ago

Visit Israel Virtually - Right Now!

Virtual reality. It's coming. It's here.If you can't visit Israel, visit Israel virtually. Virtually Israel invites you to experience Israel through virtual reality. So what are you waiting ...
Ellis Shuman Writes · 1M ago

Review of ‘Men Without Women’ by Haruki Murakami

& TweetHaruki Murakami. Need I say more? Okay, I will. It’s no secret that I’m an avid rea...
Ellis Shuman Writes · 1M ago

Interviewed by Bulgarians in Detroit

&TweetRecently I was contacted by Daniela Natcheva, editor of the electronic newsletter, B...
Ellis Shuman Writes · 2M ago

The American-Born Israeli Who Writes About Bulgaria

&TweetIn July 2016, an interview with me appeared on the Foreigners and Friends website. The website was run by my friend Imanuel Marcus and has since merged with The Sofia Globe. The interv...
Ellis Shuman Writes · 2M ago

Why Israelis Think Gal Gadot Is Wonderful

& TweetDiana, princess of the Amazons and trained to be an unconquerable warrior, leaves a...
Ellis Shuman Writes · 2M ago

Review of A ‘Horse Walks into a Bar’ by David Grossman

& TweetA man walks into a nightclub. The man has been invited to see the stand-up routine of a well-known, slightly past-his-prime comedian. Sitting down for the performance the man expects an evening of comedy, jokes, one-liners, humorous anecdotes ...