Romance Bookworm’s Review of Reverb

Thanks, Romance Bookworm’s Reviews for your review of Reverb! http://romancebookworm.com/2013/12/28/review-by-victoria-reverb-by-j-cafesin/

book review

Romance Bookworm’s Review of Reverb

Thanks, Romance Bookworm’s Reviews for your review of Reverb! http://romancebookworm.com/2013/12/28/review-by-victoria-reverb-by-j-cafesin/

book review

Author Interview on Paris Carter’s Book Blog!

Thanks, Paris, for having me on your book blog! http://thepariscarter.wordpress.com/2013/12/28/interview-with-author-j-cafesin/

Interview With Author J. Cafesin

Hey, it’s wonderful having you here on my blog today. Do you mind telling us a little about yourself, and your home town?

Something weird…So, depending on the time of year, the day and circumstances of the day of an interview, I’ll have wildly varying responses to questions. Today, a friend just emailed me that her she caught her married boss, the company CEO, in the stairwell hugging an employee, sexually.  A few minutes later, her boss called her into his office and said he was just comforting the employee, and not to take what she’d seen ‘out of context.’  My friend then asked me what she should ‘do.’

What would you say? Or tell her to do?

I won’t say what I told her, as it might be taken ‘out of context’ with no back story. But I figure my job as a writer is to get what’s inside my head on the page, share the story with the reader, as with the above. My hope, my desire as an author is not only to entertain, but give readers something to consider, and characters to remember, long after the story ends.

And I’m from L.A., born and raised, and a diehard Californian….

Read more: http://thepariscarter.wordpress.com/2013/12/28/interview-with-author-j-cafesin/

J. Cafesin

5 Stars for Reverb from Paris Carter

Paris says: “J. Cafesin does a miraculous job getting you hooked to the story switching between first person and third person, making Reverb feel one hundred percent original and new.

There are so many other things that make Reverb into the perfect novel for any Romance or thriller fan.”

#5Stars #BookReview for Reverb from Paris Carter. #Checkitout and read the review: http://thepariscarter.wordpress.com/2013/12/27/reverb-by-j-cafesin-book-review/

Romantic Suspense

The Butterfly Effect

butterfly effectMonica Lewinsky sucked Pres. Clinton’s cock, getting George W. Bush elected, which lead to the 2008 financial meltdown with the Republican’s ‘let the country and Wall Street run itself,’ policy, and left not only millions of people without any retirement, but my father without enough money to care for himself, compelling us to use our little savings to help him. This investment into my father’s care comes out of our kids college funds, and will most likely effect them down the line.
The other day a friend emailed me freaking out that she’d entered the stairwell at her job with a well-known start-up and saw the married CEO of her company sucking face with an employee. She has a right to be upset. The CEO is putting the company, its pre-IPO stock value, and its almost 300 employees at risk by displaying his extra-marital affair publicly. His sloppy behavior can not only get him fired, but eventually lead to the demise of the company with scandalous press chasing away customers and business associations alike. And, of course, there are his two kids and a wife at home who will suffer, possibly lifetime scars from his selfish indiscretions.
When a butterfly flaps it wings in Central Park, it does NOT cause a typhoon in India. But the Butterfly Effect is very real, and very personal, for all of us.

NEW RELEASE YA/New Adult Fantasy Short Story Collection

Finally got collection of short stories/YA series up on Amazon: Fractured Fairy Tales of the Twilight Zone! http://www.amazon.com/Fractured-Fairytales-Twilight-Zone-Cafesin-ebook/dp/B00HAUFMN8/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1387211661&sr=1-1&keywords=fractured+fairy+tales+of+the+twilight+zone

Fractured Fairy Tales of the Twilight Zone

Have a Goodread for the Weekend…

For $ of #starbucks #latte or #expresso you can have a #greatread for the #weekendhttp://www.amazon.com/Reverb-ebook/dp/B00B1J60FS/ref=tmm_kin_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&sr=8-7&qid=1381449734

Reverb

For Atheists during this Holiday season…

Atheism in America
Atheism in America

It was early November in 2001, two months after 9/11, when I went down to the end of the cul-de-sac to meet the new neighbors. We had just moved into San Ramon a few months earlier ourselves, a semi-upscale San Francisco suburb in the east bay. It promised good public schools, and gave the impression of a safe, friendly environment in which to raise our children. That afternoon several of the local residents were hanging out at the end of the block with the new neighbors, sharing beers and casual conversation, watching their children play together in the street. I joined them, introduced myself, and my [then] one year old daughter and three-year-old son, who both ran off to play with the other kids.

The new neighbors asked me about my children, their ages, where we had moved from, and the like. Then the woman asked me to repeat my last name.
When I told her again she said, “Oh, you’re the Jewish couple then? I heard that there was a Jewish family that had moved in recently.”
It was clear that she was tickled by the idea of living near Jews. Unlike L.A., or New York, the Bay area has little Jewish population to speak of. Suddenly, the three other couples standing there plugged into our conversation. Though our last name was often mistaken for Jewish, it’s derivation was German, and isn’t always a Jewish moniker. The woman’s assumption was ignorant, but typical, especially in an area where Jews were such a novelty.
“Actually, we’re Atheist. We don’t practice any religion.” I tried to sound casual.
Blank stares. Total silence. It was like I had just said that we were registered child molesters. My words hung like lead in the dead air until one of the neighbors we’d previously met broke the silence.

Reaad more: http://jcafesin.blogspot.com/2010/01/united-we-stand.html

New Author Interview on Pen & Muse

New J. Cafesin #authorinterview on the Pen and Muse! http://thepenmuse.net/2013/12/07/interview-author-reverb-cafesin/

Pen and Muse