World of Daniel Mathews – Podcast #2

This time I take a short look at actor Christopher Lee, discuss remakes and my review of the new Poltergeist remake. I also discuss my recent work with a service called Bublish and discuss the ramifications of an author being “divorced” by their editor. Clips: Satanic Rites of Dracula, Hammer Films, 1973. Lord of the […]

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Press Release for TDoP

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Daniel R. Mathews http://www.daniel-mathews.com     Lost Legacy Press Releases Powerful New Memoir, The Demons of Plainville: A Survivor’s Story of Storms and Reconstruction by Daniel R. Mathews Flagstaff, AZ – Lost Legacy Press releases an extraordinarily powerful memoir, The Demons of Plainville: A Survivor’s Story of Storms and Reconstruction by Daniel R. […]

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World of Daniel Mathew’s Podcast #1

Here is my first Podcast Episode for the website. How often I do these will vary somewhat with your feedback. In any event, as the summer goes on I will be spotlighting my upcoming releases, interviews and news. Later in the summer, I will be discussing my favorite horror movies using both the blog and […]

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Midwest Review’s TDoP

There are challenges in creating a memoir that aren’t inherent in a novel format: for one thing, exploring one’s childhood and growth is, of necessity, a revealing approach that exposes one’s world to strangers. For another, it incorporates a sense of psychological introspection mixed with world events (here, this world is the family structure and its choices and encounters) that […]

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TDoP Gets Five Stars From Reader’s Favorite!

Reviewed By Gisela Dixon for Readers’ Favorite The Demons of Plainville: A Survivor’s Story of Storms and Reconstruction by Daniel R. Mathews is an inspiring true story of a boy and how he overcame his past. The Demons of Plainville is a first-person autobiographical narrative by Daniel Mathews. He tells us about his childhood, beginning […]

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`The Academy` [Part 1]

A little background on this story first. ‘The Academy’ was originally intended to serve as the first chapter of ‘The Unseen Kingdom’ and was to serve as a ‘Cold Opening’ to the novel. However, I ended up cutting the chapter for several reasons. My first concern was the growing length of the chapter, to the […]

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