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August 28, 2015

Road to Siran, Erin's Story Review by Richard Blake of Midwest Book Reviews

Road to Siran, Erin’s Story – Sensitive Story of Heritage, Culture, and Uncertainties of the Past

Erin Ozcomert is convinced there is something sinister about her father’s apparent suicide during a mysterious visit to Siran in northeastern Turkey, ancestral home of the Ozcomert family.

August 22, 2015

Hollywood's Most Successful Stars Meditate daily

Creative Meditation, the Inward Way

Hollywood's most successful stars meditate daily. Meditation for actors is a must. Actually, in any line of work, meditation must be practiced everyday. To get into meditating is not just to sit, centered and close your eyes. 

Just like any other trade, one has to learn. Meditation is not a solution to intellectual problems. Meditation is a subject we have to be drawn to. If it is practiced in the correct way, all the mysteries of the unknown will be revealed to us.

August 15, 2015

Author Interview by Gary Sorkin, Pacific Book Review

Author Interview with Behcet Kaya
Title: Road to Siran, Erin’s Story
Sequel to Voice of Conscience
Interviewed by: Gary Sorkin, Pacific Book Review

PBR: Hello Behcet. It is a pleasure to have you back, thank you for joining us again.

August 12, 2015

Feathered Quill Interview

Today we're talking with Behcet Kaya, author of Murder on the Naval Base 

FQ: This book starts with an unexpected murder leaving the reader almost as confused as Anderson. Was this how you had planned to open this story from the beginning? 

August 6, 2015

Ataturk as defined by Machiavelli’s “The Prince”

When WWI started, the disintegrating Ottoman Empire sided with the German-Austrian-Hungarian triad. This did not please Britain, who signed a secret pact with France and Italy to wipe out the Ottoman Empire.

The Sultan, knowing he was in big trouble, invited Britain to take over rule of the entire country.