James Bond Songs: Book Review

The James Bond Songs: Pop Anthems of Late Capitalism by Adrian Daub My rating: 2 of 5 stars As I was reading “The James Bond Songs”, I kept wondering for whom did the authors write this. For die-hard James Bond film fans? No, it’s too stiff and technical for them. For musicians? Perhaps. For film music composers? Definitely. But even then this book is so … Continue reading James Bond Songs: Book Review

Free Kindle Book: The 231 Club

FREE CIA MEMOIR E-BOOK TODAY. “The 231 Club: My Ten Year Journey From Therapist to CIA Courier and Sanctioned Kills – A True Story” by J Bartell with Ginger Marin.  This book about CIA black ops covert operations discusses aspects of J Bartell’s life, first as a therapist, then as a courier for the CIA and beyond to covert ops.  It has been well received … Continue reading Free Kindle Book: The 231 Club

Ginger Marin Co-Author of The 231 Club

For The 231 Club, a New CIA Memoir, It’s About the Thought Process Behind the Path To the Unknown The Journey From Therapist to CIA Courier and Sanctioned Kills LOS ANGELES:  After a successful therapist is recruited to become a courier for the CIA, his ordered world descends down a dark path leading to sanctioned kills and questioned loyalties, forever altering his concept of self … Continue reading Ginger Marin Co-Author of The 231 Club

“There’s a Boy in Here” – Book Coverage

by Ginger Marin The following is book coverage I did long ago for an entertainment company. There’s a Boy in Here: Authors: Judy & Sean Barron SYNOPSIS: This is the story of the BARRON family: from the point of view of mother JUDY and her autistic son SEAN, told in alternate narrations, as much as Sean is able to look back and decipher his early … Continue reading “There’s a Boy in Here” – Book Coverage

“The Science of Getting Rich” Exposed – It’s Nonsense

by Ginger Marin In 1910, Wallace D. Wattles wrote a book called “The Science of Getting Rich”. It has been heralded as a classic upon which the more recent book and movie “The Secret” were based. It goes along with the principles of Napoleon Hill (“Think and Grow Rich”), a contemporary of Wattles, who incites people to believe that all they have to do is … Continue reading “The Science of Getting Rich” Exposed – It’s Nonsense