I Talk Slower Than I Think is in TV Series Development

I’ve signed a contract with LA production company Council Tree Productions to develop my book I Talk Slower Than I Think (plus a few additional stories) into a television series. The working title is Tar Nation. CT’S seasoned producer Joel … Continue reading

Free Humor Book Download

I am showing appreciation to readers by making the e-book (all formats) FREE from December 3rd until December 24th. If you enjoy the book, please review it on Amazon, Goodreads, LibraryThing, Shelfari, etc. and tell your friends. If you want … Continue reading

The Kindle Book Review $900 Amazon Shopping Spree

I am sharing with the loyal readers of I Talk Slower Than I Think and my other work.  The Kindle Book Review is offering a chance to win a $400 and a $500 shopping spree. Follow the link to participate: … Continue reading

A great time at the Unleashing the Muse literary event

TV and film producer Joel Eisenberg took two days out of his busy schedule and braved 100+ degree heat to lend a hand to our group of authors.  Thanks! Despite the heat, the event was energizing and informative.  It was … Continue reading

Book signing at The Event Center Downtown Opelika, AL 19 Nov 14

I will be signing and selling copies of my nonfiction humor book “I Talk Slower Than I Think” at The Event Center Downtown from 5-7 p.m. Wednesday November 19th (date corrected from the original post). Come swap funny stories and … Continue reading

Meet Me at the April 19th Alabama Book Festival

Come to Montgomery for Humor and Conversation with the Author   Tallapoosa County author C D. (Dean) Bonner will be attending the 19 April 2014 Alabama Book Festival in Montgomery. He will be signing and selling books, sharing a table … Continue reading

One-Sheet on Book “I Talk Slower Than I Think”

C. D. (Dean) Bonner left the tarpaper shacks of Appalachia for a long military career, rising through the enlisted and officer ranks. He was a skilled Morse telegrapher and a calming voice during many search and rescue cases. He left … Continue reading