Gary talks with Jim Bohannon on 'Late Nights' (550 stations nationwide) about current
events and how 'real' his Executive books seem ...
Gary joins Jordan Rich on WBZ Boston, simulcast on WCCO Minneapolis ...
Gary guests on Sirius Radio Cover to Cover with Maggie Linton and Kim Alexander ...
Gary guests on the Allan Handelman Show on FM Talk 101.1 North Carolina
Gary's in the AuthorSpotlight on "Chattin In Manhattan" with Kim Ward ...
Blog Talk Radio interview on "Industry Revue with Martone Williams"
How Robert Kennedy factors into
A Hometown Story
Top Ten Publishing Experts Speak Up Features Gary
"Executive Treason" is featured as the lead interview topic in "Top Ten Publishing Experts Speak Up" in Book Marketing Buzz Blog. Here's the BookMarketingBuzzBlog on Book Buzz.
THE BIG THRILL Webzine Article by Gary
Gary's wife thought that he was plotting to kill her when she came across research on poisons and sniper rifles. But he was only writing his first novel, which he failed to mention. Here's the article in "The Big Thrill", the webzine for The International Thriller Writers Association.
"My perennial favorite authors are (in no particular order): Tom Clancy, John Nance, Michael DiMercurio, David Hagberg, Clive Cussler, Vince Flynn, W.E.B. Griffin, John Jakes, Kyle Mills, P.T. Deuterman, Robert Ludlum, Stephen Coonts and Dale Brown (with whom I was stuck on Guam for nine days during the opening week of Operation Desert Shield in 1991). I've since added Gary Grossman."
- Al Vinikour
"Just finished your book - Executive Actions - great read. When do we or will we see a sequel? Don't stop... You've joined the pantheon of great thriller writers such as Silva, Clancy, Ludlum and the like."
- Steve - Rosec, PA
What a great read! Glad to hear there will be a sequel. Your story was so compelling that I had to keep turning the pages. Looking forward to the next one!
"I ran the Highland park Chestnut Court Book Shop in Highland Park, Illinois from 1965 to 1983. In the last two years the only novel that I really enjoyed was the Da Vinci Code. That is until I read your novel Executive Actions. It had the 'formula' that every novelist has to have. Some have it and others do not. You have the knack of capturing your audience and have them not wanting to leave. What a great "read" and one that makes one think, especially with the presidential debate coming on this evening. Barbra Streisand said it over four years ago. It's about the Supreme Court. Please put me in your database. I'd like to learn what else is coming from your production company and pen."
"This book puts you in the Robert Ludlum, Dean Koontz, Stephen Coont, Michael Crichton, Clive Cussler, etc. category in my opinion. When is your next book coming out-it has to be a sequel to Executive Actions - you can't leave things up in the air as you did; there's a lot of unfinished business to take care of, questions answered, etc. You are a pleasure to read and get 'lost in the adventure'."
- Paul JL
"I've thoroughly enjoyed reading your book. You're at least as good as Tom Clancy and Robert Ludlum - maybe better. Please continue and write many more novels for us to enjoy."
- George - Phoenix, AZ
|Gary talks about Old Earth on the Emmy-Winning National PBS television series "Between the Lines with Barry Kibrick" ...|
|Gary talks about Executive Command on the Emmy-Winning National PBS television series "Between the Lines with Barry Kibrick" ...|
|Los Angeles TV's top entertainment reporter Sam Rubin ties eBook expansion into "Executive Actions" and "Executive Treason" on "KTLA Morning News" ...|
|Gary talks about Executive Actions and Executive Treason on NBC-NY ...|
|Gary talks about Executive Actions on the Emmy-Winning National PBS television series "Between the Lines with Barry Kibrick" ...|
|Gary was invited back to talk about Executive Treason, the sequal to Executive Actions, on the Emmy-Winning National PBS television series "Between the Lines with Barry Kibrick" ...|
|Gary guests on Nitebeat discussing the political questions raised in Executive Actions ...|
|Gary talks about the genesis of both his Superman book and the trilogy which began with Executive Actions ...|