The Other Side of the Game A Requiem Angelicus of Dawid the Beloved

The Other Side of the Game A Requiem Angelicus of Dawid the Beloved

by Tadaram Maradas

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BN ID: 2940015573527
Publisher: Maradas, Inc
Publication date: 12/21/2011
Series: The Other Side of the Game A Requiem Angelicus of Dawid the Beloved , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 196
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Published author and writer Tadaram Alasadro Maradas was born on February 25, 1964, as David Tavoris Williams, a disabled American Veteran, who retired from the United States Army with 24 years of service. Now, sitting as President and Chief Executive Officer of Maradas, Inc: A California Corporation, Williams authors his authorship under the pen name of Tadaram Alasadro Maradas. The Maradas firm is the controlling entity of all rights and published works authored by Tadaram Maradas and Tadaram Alasadro Maradas. The Maradas authorship began, CIRCA: December 16, 2009 with his debut release of his first published work, “The Other Side of the Game,” an autobiographical documentary published by Xlibris Publishing Company, Bloomington, Indiana. He quickly authored and published his second published work, “A Pictorial Memoir: 23 Years in the Making,” and it went live CIRCA: April 26, 2010, Just 1 month before his twenty fourth anniversary and subsequent retirement from the United States Army on May 26, 2010. However, this work went live with the world renown, “Authorhouse Publishing Company,” Bloomington, Indiana. Like the Xlibris Publishing Company, Authorhouse has 3 main hub divisions which are located in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Australia. After these titles went live the Maradas firm was created and organized, CIRCA: April 26, 2010, to market the authorship of Tadaram Maradas. Both published works were entered in Book expos around the United States. The Book Expo America (BEA), The American Association of Retired People (AARP), and the California Library / California School Library association displays the published works of Tadaram Maradas on an annual and permanent basis in their book expos. These published works are card catalogued throughout the state of California, and the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. It would take 20 months before Tadaram Maradas would overcome the sophomore Jinx and author / publish a new title. This time however, Maradas would finally find a home in a suburban Denver, Colorado City named Parker, Colorado, where he would release his next four published works. This publishing company, Outskirts Press, would publish, CIRCA: December 16, 2011, The Council of the XII: Tsillaria360, The Flame, The Fire, The Lyt., CIRCA: December 21, 2011, The Other Side of the Game: A Requiem Angelicus of Dawid the Beloved, CIRCA: December 29, 2011, The Flaming Blade: My Days in Babylon

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tmaradas68209 on LibraryThing 10 months ago
Manuscript Review ¿ Outskirts PressThe Flaming Blade and The Rise of the Phoenix are two excellent accounts of your life. The Flaming Blade is an excellent account of your experiences in the U.S. Armed Forces. The Rise of the Phoenix does an excellent job illustrating for your reader how you became the man that you are today. Everything about these two books is nicely done. You have done a great job capturing your memories and committing them to paper. (This is not an easy feat.) Even though these are written as personal narratives, you have written them in a way that many will enjoy and benefit from reading. Your narrative voice is very familiar and friendly and you have a way with words. It is obvious that you have done your homework and put much thought and preparation into your work. Your books are well written. I wish more people would take the time to write their stories down like you have. I am sure it will be embraced by many. What a legacy you are leaving for your daughters too (by the way). We can learn so much from reading the stories of other¿s lives and experiences. The greatest value in any story, it seems to me, lies in what we can learn about our own lives when we take time to analyze someone else¿s. Bravo!The Council of XII: Tsillaria360 was a very interesting read. You have a terrific writing style when it comes to fiction prose. You have obviously done a significant amount planning and preparation in crafting your work. Your prose is nicely written with details that capture the reader. Right from the start your plot was very engaging. You do a nice job of slowly making your way through the story with details and a certain voice that allows your reader to really interact with the characters (who are all round and very nicely developed). Characterization is one of the most important elements of any successful story. I always love it when I leave a story feeling like I know the characters. This is true for your prose. So many authors rush through their stories without really developing them. Not you. Your book read like a movie in my mind. You have crafted a quality piece of writing. In fact ¿ all of your writing was great. I enjoyed my review of your work!Lisa ConnerManuscript Review SpecialistsOutskirts Press
Naquan_The_Clubhead More than 1 year ago
Manuscript Review – Outskirts Press The Flaming Blade and The Rise of the Phoenix are two excellent accounts of your life. The Flaming Blade is an excellent account of your experiences in the U.S. Armed Forces. The Rise of the Phoenix does an excellent job illustrating for your reader how you became the man that you are today. Everything about these two books is nicely done. You have done a great job capturing your memories and committing them to paper. (This is not an easy feat.) Even though these are written as personal narratives, you have written them in a way that many will enjoy and benefit from reading. Your narrative voice is very familiar and friendly and you have a way with words. It is obvious that you have done your homework and put much thought and preparation into your work. Your books are well written. I wish more people would take the time to write their stories down like you have. I am sure it will be embraced by many. What a legacy you are leaving for your daughters too (by the way). We can learn so much from reading the stories of other’s lives and experiences. The greatest value in any story, it seems to me, lies in what we can learn about our own lives when we take time to analyze someone else’s. Bravo! The Council of XII: Tsillaria360 was a very interesting read. You have a terrific writing style when it comes to fiction prose. You have obviously done a significant amount planning and preparation in crafting your work. Your prose is nicely written with details that capture the reader. Right from the start your plot was very engaging. You do a nice job of slowly making your way through the story with details and a certain voice that allows your reader to really interact with the characters (who are all round and very nicely developed). Characterization is one of the most important elements of any successful story. I always love it when I leave a story feeling like I know the characters. This is true for your prose. So many authors rush through their stories without really developing them. Not you. Your book read like a movie in my mind. You have crafted a quality piece of writing. In fact – all of your writing was great. I enjoyed my review of your work! Lisa Conner Manuscript Review Specialists