Pharma Exec Turns Novelist!

Former Pharma Executive Bill Powers writes Suspense/Thriller Novels 

PharmaVoice pg 10, October 2016

 

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“The Torch is Passed: A Harding Family Story” by Bill Powers

 

Now available in both print and ebook:

http://store.bookbaby.com/book/The-Torch-Is-Passed

ebook temporarily $0.99

 

Re-release of The Pharm House, debut suspense/thriller by Bill Powers –ebook temporarily $0.99

http://my.bookbaby.com/book/the-pharm-house or Amazon

 

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1st Indie Author Day

I will be appearing at the Washington Township Public Library on Saturday, October 8th {10:00 AM – 3:00 PM} for their Indie Author Day Activities!

37 East Springtown Road, Long Valley, NJ 07953  908-876-3596 | www.wtpl.org

Indie Author Day October 8, 2016

Indie Author Day October 8, 2016

During the Inaugural Indie Author Day on October 8, 2016, libraries from all across North America will host their own local author events with the support of the Indie Author Day team. In addition to these local programs, each library’s indie community will come together for an hour-long digital gathering at 2 pm Eastern featuring Q&A with writers, agents and other industry leaders. Don’t miss out on this fantastic opportunity for libraries and authors to connect on both local and global levels!

 

“The Torch is Passed: A Harding Family Story” by Bill Powers

 

Now available in both print and ebook:

http://store.bookbaby.com/book/The-Torch-Is-Passed

ebook temporarily $0.99

 

Re-release of The Pharm House, debut suspense/thriller by Bill Powers –ebook temporarily $0.99

http://my.bookbaby.com/book/the-pharm-house or Amazon

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Interview with Bill Powers by BooksGoSocial

The Torch Is Passed – An interview with author Bill Powers by BooksGoSocial

http://booksgosocial.com/2016/08/31/torch-passed-interview-author-bill-powers/

 

Today we are chatting with Bill Powers the author of The Torch Is Passed: A Harding Family Story

Tell us something unexpected about yourself!

I have a Ph.D. in Toxicology, and worked in pharmaceutical research and development for twenty-six years. When I retired from my adult job, I closed that door, locked it and threw away the key, then opened the door to my secret garden of being a thriller author. I live in my happy-place now.

I went skydiving when I was about 50 (my 20 year old daughter went with me). It’s not something I have a hankering to do on a routine basis, but it was a blast!

And I have what I consider to be one harmless obsession – cats. I love them. Big ones, little ones, house cats, jungle cats – I love them all. Several years ago I went to South Africa to visit a lion preserve where I could play with lion cubs. They were about 40 – 50 pounds and like giant kittens. I currently live with two regular size ones – see harmless.

 

What novels affected you the most growing up?

Wow, there were so many. The main ones that first come to mind are the Sherlock Holmes stories – I read them all. One of my all time favorite books, even now – Charlotte’s Web. The Godfather, both book and movies, have greatly influenced me as a storyteller and author. Ludlum got me addicted to thrillers. I’m partial to his pre-Borne work. The Chancellor Manuscript may be my all time favorite thriller and is a textbook example of how to write in this genre. Also, The Holcroft Covenant, The Osterman Weekend, The Scarlatti Inheritance, The Rhinemann Exchange and the list goes on.

Other novels that influenced me growing up include The Andromeda Strain by Crichton, Advise and Consent by Drury, and Shogun by Clavell. I also read a lot of Civil War history and came to appreciate history as a story.

I read science fiction when I was younger, but for some reason gravitated towards thrillers and found my home there. It’s a happy-place for me.

 

Where did the idea for your current book come from?

My current book, The Torch is Passed, is second in a suspense/thriller series – The Harding Family Stories (The Pharm House was first). My novels are about regular people and family and to what extremes regular people may be driven in order to protect the ones they love. In The Torch is Passed, young Andrea Harding is about to start her life in law school when her father and uncle are brutally attacked and lay near death. Someone is trying to wipe the Harding family off the face of the earth. It falls to Andrea to find out who and why and to protect her family. What is Andrea willing to do to protect the ones that she loves?

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Do you think there’s any way you could ever run out of ideas for books?

Never. I’m one of those people who constantly has little vignettes running in their head. I have list of potential storylines. I’ll read something in the paper or see something in the news or read something historical and an idea about how this can be incorporated into a thriller will come to mind. I guess that’s one advantage of always being off in your own little world…

 

What is your routine for writing and has this method changed over the span of your career?

For my first book, The Pharm House, I did not outline. I knew where the story started and where it ended. I just started writing. I kept the storylines in my head. And admittedly I got lost and stuck a few times. I will not do it that way again.

For my second book, The Torch is Passed, I used a more formal process. I built a story arc into three segments and wrote a brief, maybe one or two paragraph outline for each chapter. So I had a map. It still allowed me a lot of flexibility, but I knew where I was going. I found this much more efficient and this is the method that I now follow.

I do create a character outline of a few pages for my major characters, but once I create that, I rarely have to go back. My characters become my intimate friends and associates that I play with even when I’m not writing.

I write longhand in a 300 page bound notebook. For whatever reason, this is what works for me. I edit as I write and write notes to myself in the margins.

Once I have my key plots and storylines, I can see them in my mind and focus on all of them—I usually have no more than three subplots (one major and two minor).

I try to write in the morning for three or four hours with a target of 1000 to 1500 words. In the afternoon I do all the other “stuff” that independent authors have to do – the grunt work.

 

How important is marketing and social media for you?

Talk about a learning curve! Marketing and publicizing your book is a whole new world for most authors. Marketing is critical and social media is a part of that. Honestly, I think the jury is still out on the value of social media for Independent Authors. Like most, I’m learning as I go, but here are a few what I think are key take-aways

o Start early. You should start your PR and marketing activities three to six months before your book comes out.

o Make a detailed list of your planned activities pre-publication, at publication and post-publication. Here are just a few:

o Send out emails and blogs posts

o Social media posts to announce book

o Write and send out press release

o Make book trailer

o Setup a blog tour

o Solicit reviews

o Update book information on Amazon, Goodreads and other related sites

o Enter contests, contact local libraries and bookstores

 

What advice would you have for other writers?

I think you have to listen to your own inner voice. There are always going to be those around you, most of them who know nothing of the writing world, telling you what you should or should not do. One of my pet peeves is when someone tells me, “You should write about ‘fill in the blank.’” I have tons of ideas and the last thing I need is someone telling me what I should write about. I usually politely tell them maybe they should write about it themselves.

Get advice from experienced authors if you can. I have gone to several talks given by Steve Berry, who in addition to being tops as a thriller author also teaches about the art and craft of thriller writing. I have learned a lot from listening to him. I also attend a first-rate thriller writer’s conference each year, ThrillerFest (CraftFest Session). It’s held in New York each July and some of the top thriller authors teach sessions on the art, craft and business of writing thrillers. I suggest that budding authors find something similar for their genres.

Learn the craft of writing. It takes time and practice, just like learning anything else. Just keep writing.

Also learn the business side of writing. If your book reads, looks and feels like you did it on your laptop in your spare time, chances are that’s not going to cut it. The writing world today is like a vast ocean and we’re each little fish trying to get noticed.

If you’re self-published, make your book look, read and feel like it came out of a major publishing house as much as possible. Obviously, you should have a budget and stick to it. But if you can afford it, hire a professional to edit your book, prepare your book cover and setup and run a professional publicity campaign.

Most importantly—do it for yourself. Don’t waste your time trying to please others. Writing is not a team sport. It’s a very solitary activity. Most of your motivation and inspiration will have to come from within.

 

What are you reading now?

I read maybe 80 books a year and I’m ticked off that I don’t have time to read more! I’m usually reading at least two books at a time – one fiction and one non-fiction. Currently I’m reading On Writing by Stephen King – I highly recommend it for all authors. My current fiction read is The Given Day by Dennis Lehane. In my “On-Deck Circle”, I have What If – Military Historians Imagine What Might Have Been (for several historical scenarios) by Robert Cowley and The Black Widow by Daniel Silva.

 

What’s your next step?

I’m currently working on the third installation of The Harding Family trilogy with a working title of The Lost Codicil. The first story focused on Nicholas and the second on Andrea. Both Nicholas and Andrea are featured in The Lost Codicil and have to face their demons—some of their own making. I intend to wrap up the trilogy there, at least for now. After The Lost Codicil, I intend to spin off a character that I introduced in The Torch is Passed—Deirdre Southington. Deirdre is an eccentric southern heiress with a Ph.D. in forensic psychology from Oxford University and an on again, off again working relationship with the National Security Agency. Her favorite mode of transportation is The Liburnia—her private rail car.

I want to continue to write and get better in my craft. Like I said, I’m in my happy place now – my Secret Garden!

 

 The Torch Is Passed: A Harding Family Story by Bill Powers is available on Amazon here 

“The Torch is Passed: A Harding Family Story” by Bill Powers

new-covers

Now available in both print and ebook:

http://store.bookbaby.com/book/The-Torch-Is-Passed

ebook temporarily $0.99

 

Re-release of The Pharm House, debut suspense/thriller by Bill Powers –ebook temporarily $0.99

http://my.bookbaby.com/book/the-pharm-house or Amazon

 

 

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SUMMIT NJ YMCA – MEET THE AUTHOR

SUMMIT NJ YMCA – MEET THE AUTHOR – Monday September 12, 2016,  12:00 – 1:00 pm   FREE

Join Bill Powers to discuss his suspense/thriller novel, The Pharm House (book of the month), his new book, The Torch is Passed, and any other writing-related topics.

Feel free to bring a bag lunch!

For more information, please contact:

Lisa Meyers

908-273-3330 x 1186

Lisa.Meyers@thesay.org

www.theSAY.org

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“The Torch is Passed: A Harding Family Story” by Bill Powers

Now available in both print and ebook:

http://store.bookbaby.com/book/The-Torch-Is-Passed

ebook temporarily $0.99

 

Re-release of The Pharm House, debut suspense/thriller by Bill Powers –ebook temporarily $0.99

http://my.bookbaby.com/book/the-pharm-house or Amazon

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Podcast Interview – Aug 9, 2016

Checkout my podcast interview on Blog Talk Radio, with Dr. Jeanette Gallagher titled, “Can you see life experiences and how they play out in stories we read?

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/dr-jeanette-gallagher/2016/08/23/can-you-see-life-experiences-and-how-they-play-out-in-stories-we-read            or

https://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewPodcast?id=525533342&mt=2&ls=1

The podcast was recorded on August 9, 2016.

Bill Powers              http://authorbillpowers.com

new-covers

 

“The Torch is Passed: A Harding Family Story” by Bill Powers

 

Now available in both print and ebook:

http://store.bookbaby.com/book/The-Torch-Is-Passed

ebook temporarily $0.99

 

Re-release of The Pharm House, debut suspense/thriller by Bill Powers –ebook temporarily $0.99

http://my.bookbaby.com/book/the-pharm-house or Amazon

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Andrea Harding in The Torch is Passed

In the second installment of The Harding Family Stories – The Torch is Passed, the focus is on Andrea Harding, Nicholas’ daughter. Andrea is about to head off to Duke Law School when she learns of a brutal attack on her father and uncle, Michael who now lay in a hospital near death. It falls to Andrea to take over the family business, Harding Industries. When Andrea herself is attacked, it becomes clear that someone is trying to destroy the Harding family.

Through family friend Beth Cowling, Andrea meets Deirdre Southington, an heiress and former National Security Operative whose favorite form of transportation is her private rail car, the Liburnia. Deirdre is a forensic psychologist who specializes in dealing with evil and dangerous people.

Suspicion is cast on a short list of family friends and colleagues, and longstanding relationships are put to the test. Along with her new allies, Andrea urgently seeks answers to why anyone would want to kill her entire family – growing up along the way – and seeking her revenge.

Brimming with plot twists, unexpected decisions, and recurring threats to relationships, The Torch is Passed is a tantalizing read with historical references including a subplot involving an old land deal setup by John D. Rockefeller’s Standard Oil Company over one hundred years ago that involves the Harding family.

Bill Powers              http://authorbillpowers.com

 

“The Torch is Passed: A Harding Family Story” by Bill Powers

 

Now available in both print and ebook:

http://store.bookbaby.com/book/The-Torch-Is-Passed

ebook temporarily $0.99

 

Re-release of The Pharm House, debut suspense/thriller by Bill Powers –ebook temporarily $0.99

http://my.bookbaby.com/book/the-pharm-house or Amazon

 

Who wanted her entire family dead-

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Real Alternative History

I recently completed two books that I think would make a great basis for an alternative history story.

Never Wars: The US War Plans to Invade the World by Blaine L. Pardoe, 2014 (ISBN: 978-1-78155-293-3) and War Plan Red: The United States Secret Plan to Invade Canada and Canada’s Secret Plan to Invade the United States by Kevin Lippert, 2015 (ISBN:978-1-61689-352-1).

Alternative history is popular now. Witness the Amazon hit series, The Man in the High Castle, adapted from the 1962 novel by Philip K. Dick. The Man in the High Castle takes place in an early 1960s America that lost the World War II to Germany and Japan. Eastern America is now controlled by Germany, Western US is controlled by Japan and the central US is a kind of neutral zone; a great story.

One of the best American Civil War alternative history authors is former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich. He has several alternative history novels out. I highly recommend them.

Never Wars is the more serious and detailed of the two books, outlining detailed military/political plans constructed by 20th century American leaders to invade and/or repel attack from numerous potential adversaries, including England, Canada, Mexico, Cuba, Japan, China, Australia and Germany. The plans all had color codes, e.g., the United Kingdom was Plan Red, Japan was Plan Orange and Germany Plan Black. There was also a Plan White that dealt with the US military response to a domestic uprising or riot situation.

War Plan Black assumes a defeat of the American naval fleet and a successful German invasion of the American homeland that must be repelled. Fascinating!

The most famous of these plans is War Plan Orange (also a book by that name by Edward Miller). War Plan Orange did actually form the outline of the plans eventually adopted in the war against Japan in World War II. The creation of these types of detailed military plans began at the turn of the 19th to 20th century when the US was beginning to become a global military power. They were continually reviewed and updated over the years. The old Plan Tan (Cuba) that was originally developed after the Spanish-American War were dusted off and reviewed in detail during the Cuban Missile Crisis of 1962.

Many of the old plans were ordered destroyed in the 1940s, when it was felt that having war plans against current allies might prove embarrassing. But as with most bureaucracies, many times rules are not followed and full or partial copies of some of the plans have survived.

While some of the old US War Plans have been forever lost to history, given the dangerous world we live in today, no doubt modernized War Plans that may be even more horrifying exist today.

War Plan Red focuses only on the US plans to invade Canada and the reverse plan of Canada to invade the US (known as Defence Scheme One).

While the plans were very real, War Plan Red is written a bit more tongue-in-cheek, but still an interesting tale. It turns out that the United States has looked at Canada with lust in her heart since the beginning of our country and there have been several clumsy attempts to lure our northern neighbor across the fence.

Both books are interesting reads. Never Wars is a more serious read and as a writer I can see numerous alternative history stories in its pages.

 Bill Powers              http://authorbillpowers.com

 

“The Torch is Passed: A Harding Family Story” by Bill Powers

 

Now available in both print and ebook:

http://store.bookbaby.com/book/The-Torch-Is-Passed

 

Re-release of The Pharm House, debut suspense/thriller by Bill Powers –ebook $0.99

http://my.bookbaby.com/book/the-pharm-house or Amazon

 

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The Book Guys Podcast w/ Bill Powers

Checkout my podcast interview on The Book Guys – Episode 133 – Meet The Authors

 

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This is the first of our soon to be monthly “Meet The Authors” specials where we chat with a great selection of interesting authors about themselves and their latest books!

This week we feature:

01:09 Bill Powers – Author of The Torch Is Passed (Fiction)

11:00 Benoit Chartier – Author of Red Nexus (Sci-Fi)

15:46 Daniel Lorti – Author of The Avignon Legacy (Historical Fiction)

22:30 Scott Sawyer – Creator / Author of NORTH (Comic Book)

33:27 Orlando Bru – First Time Author of Artificial Fear (Sci-Fi)

 

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“The Torch is Passed: A Harding Family Story” by Bill Powers

 

Now available in both print and ebook:

http://store.bookbaby.com/book/The-Torch-Is-Passed

 

Re-release of The Pharm House, debut suspense/thriller by Bill Powers –ebook $0.99

http://my.bookbaby.com/book/the-pharm-house or Amazon

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The Pharm House – Giveaways

GIVEAWAYS!

THE PHARM HOUSE GIVEAWAYS!!!

  1. PRINT GIVEAWAY – GoodReads Chance to win one of 25 Autographed Copies

July 1 – August 7, 2016

Goodreads Book Giveaway

The Pharm House

by Bill Powers

Released August 05 2015

Giveaway ends in about 1 month (August 07, 2016)

25 copies available, 59 people requesting

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E-BOOK GIVEAWAY          Amazon          Chance to win one of 25 e-book versions of The Pharm House

June 22, 2016 to July 22, 2016

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See this #AmazonGiveaway for a chance to win: The Pharm House: A Harding Family Story (Kindle Edition).

NO PURCHASE NECESSARY.

Ends the earlier of Jul 22, 2016 11:59 PM PDT, or when all prizes are claimed.

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If you’re lucky enough to win a book, an Amazon or Goodreads review is appreciated!

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Bill Powers              http://authorbillpowers.com

 

 

“The Torch is Passed: A Harding Family Story” by Bill Powers

 

Now available in both print and ebook:

http://store.bookbaby.com/book/The-Torch-Is-Passed

 

Re-release of The Pharm House, debut suspense/thriller by Bill Powers –ebook $0.99

http://my.bookbaby.com/book/the-pharm-house or Amazon

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Torch is Passed – BLOG TOUR!

THE TORCH IS PASSED: A HARDING FAMILY STORY – BLOG TOUR!

 

My publicists, Rachel & Michela have lined up an incredible weeklong Blog Tour for The Torch is Passed           July 11 – July 18th 2016         Come Check It Out!

 

  1. Monday July 11, 2016 Lori’s Reading Corner with Lori Gondelman http://www.lorisreadingcorner.com/              Guest Post + Special Giveaway!

 

  1. Tuesday July 12, 2016 Big Reader’s Site with Virginia Winfield https://bigreadersite.wordpress.com/            Review!

 

  1. Wednesday July 13, 2016 Addicted to Reviews with Angel Rackard https://addictedtoreviews.wordpress.com/ Excerpt & Author Interview!

 

  1. Thursday July 14, 2016 Go Book Yourself with Amanda Horan http://www.gobookyourself.info/                    Guest Post!

 

  1. Friday July 15, 2016 Author Jeff Wells with Jeff Wells http://authorjaywhales.wix.com/mid-western-stories                         Review & Guest Post!

 

  1. Friday July 15, 2016 Zee Mondee Blog with Zee Mondee http://www.zeemonodee.com/p/welcome.html           Review!

 

  1. Saturday July 16, 2016 Postcard Reviews with Tracy Shepard https://tracyshephard.wordpress.com/                      Review!

 

  1. Sunday July 17, 2016 Girl Who Reads with Susan Roberts http://www.girl-who-reads.com/                                 Q&A!

 

  1. Monday July 18, 2016 Cupcakes and Books with Heather Stanley http://cupcakesbooks.blogspot.com/                                     Excerpt & Synopsis!

 

MAKE SURE YOU STOP BY ONE OR MORE OF THE BLOGS DURING MY TOUR – AND ENJOY!

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About Bill:

Bill Powers worked in pharmaceutical Research & Development (Johnson & Johnson) for 26 years, rising to the position of Vice President of Global Preclinical Development. Bill has a Ph.D. in Toxicology from the University of Cincinnati and is a Diplomate of the American Board of Toxicology.

 

Bill’s love of words and books started in childhood, stimulated by parents who were both teachers. A voracious reader, he enjoys both fiction and biographies. Now that he has moved away from his industrial career, he plans to aggressively pursue his passion of being a fictional author. Bill’s first novel, The Pharm House: A Harding Family Story, was named a Finalist in the Medical Thriller category of the 2014 National Indie Excellence Awards. Bill’s second novel, The Torch is Passed: A Harding Family Story, was named Best Book in the Category of Thriller of the Pinnacle Book Achievement Award for Winter 2016

 

Connect with Bill Powers on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Goodreads and at www.authorbillpowers.com

 

The Torch is Passed is available in both paperback and e-book formats via Amazon and Barnes and Noble

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