Jul 16, 2009
American writer D.L. Shiloh's satire "Pookoo" was about celebrity obsession. It even mentions Michael Jackson. Shiloh chimes in on the comparisons.
Jul 12, 2009
Traditional publishers' costs for a new book are typically $500,000. No wonder the market doesn't have open doors to your story. But here's one expert who can help get your story to the world.
Jul 03, 2009
It has celebrity twists and turns. Sex scandals. A sports star. Even a televised funeral. Michael Jackson is even mentioned in this novel which Brewza.com called it "a brilliantly written satirical look at our society's celebrity obsession."
Jul 01, 2009
Novelist D.L. Shiloh blurs the line again between the real and the unreal. This time, the new character of his novel-in-progress gets his own page on Twitter.
May 25, 2009
American author D.L. Shiloh, who worked as a PR specialist for the Nagasaki co-pilot, says North Korea's underground nuclear test is a move in the wrong direction.
May 10, 2009
With just over 200 days left to finish his second novel, American writer D.L. Shiloh isn't worried about completing his new novel on modern American life.
May 05, 2009
The audio book of "Pookoo", a tale of modern lunacy and sorry, is going to hit digital shelves. It'll be read by its author, D.L. Shiloh.
May 02, 2009
A global journey has begun for 1,000 readers in 15 countries for a novel that started out as a satire. But behind the hilarity and sadness, a sensible view of living might be at its heart.
May 01, 2009
Brewza.com called it “a brilliantly written satirical look at our society's celebrity obsession.” Read on to learn about this new author's gamble paid off to the top of a Amazon.com chart.
Apr 23, 2009
A lost 6-part interview with a Nagasaki co-pilot, Lt. Col. Fred J. Olivi, were recovered this week. The interview was part of research D.L. Shiloh did for "The Eyewitness", a poetry book about the aftermath of World War III.