Wayne’s Books

I’ve been writing all my life. After high school it was jokes and spec scripts–even got two screenplays optioned. Then the real world intruded and I started to write business articles. Then in 2003 my first book, A Philistine’s Journal- an Average Guy Tackles the Classics came out.

A Philistine's Journal- an Average Guy Tackles the Classics
A Philistine’s Journal- an Average Guy Tackles the Classics

Since then, I’ve published several books including:

My newest business book also available on Amazon in Kindle and Paperback
My newest business book also available on Amazon in Kindle and Paperback
The easiest way to plan and deliver great marketing webinars
The easiest way to plan and deliver great marketing webinars

 

To learn the skills you need to present, sell, train and lead people using WebEx, Lync and more.
To learn the skills you need to present, sell, train and lead people using WebEx, Lync and more.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Count of the Sahara is now available in Kindle format. Also available in paperback from Amazon or direct from the publisher.
The Count of the Sahara is now available in Kindle format. Also available in paperback from Amazon or direct from the publisher.

 

Now my first novel is out from TheBookFolks.com

Get The Count of the Sahara on Amazon in Paperback and Kindle.

“Like Indiana Jones meets My Favorite Year.”

2 thoughts on “Wayne’s Books”

  1. You probably have better things to do than to correspond with academics but in case you can spare me ten minutes …

    I am a Roman archaeologist, specializing in the Middle East (principally Syria and Jordan) and in Aerial Archaeology.
    http://www.apaame.org/

    I am fairly familiar with pioneering Aerial Archaeology in Greater Syria but recently started looking at other areas, especially North Africa. That brought me to Prorok and the work he did around Carthage with Waldeck, not just photographs by movie film as well. The latter must be amongst the very earliest aerial movie film shot explicitly for archaeology in the MENA area (Middle East and North Africa).

    I have just downloaded your book from Kindle but wanted to make contact and inquire if you had had much feedback from readers and if you knew if any of Prorok’s film had ever been traced. A reference to Michael Tarabulski elsewhere suggested some years ago that it was all lost.

    1. Hi David. Thanks for finding me and The Count of the Sahara. I wasn’t able to find any of Prorok’s films, although there is a DVD of film that Tyrrell shot during the Algerian expedition in 1925. It’s in the archives of the Logan Museum at Beloit College, and has narration by Alonzo Pond. I’ll drop you an email to discuss further.

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