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H.W. "Buzz" Bernard

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H. W. "Buzz" Bernard is a best-selling, award-winning novelist.

His debut novel, EYEWALL, which one reviewer called a "perfect summer beach read," was released in May 2011 and went on to become a number-one best seller in Amazon's Kindle Store.

PLAGUE ("One of the best thrillers of 2012″--novelist Al Leverone) came out in September 2012, and won the 2014 EPIC (Electronic Publishing Industry Coalition) eBook Award in the suspense/thriller category.

SUPERCELL ("Races along with the speed of a twister"--novelist Michael Wallace) was published in late 2013 and became a best seller on Kindle as well as the winner of the 2015 EPIC eBook Award in the suspense/thriller category.

Buzz’s fourth novel and third in his "weather trilogy," BLIZZARD ("A terr
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H.W. "Buzz" Bernard I just finished the first draft of BLIZZARD, a novel that will complete my "weather trilogy." The through-line of the story focuses on a man who must…moreI just finished the first draft of BLIZZARD, a novel that will complete my "weather trilogy." The through-line of the story focuses on a man who must get from Atlanta, Georgia, to Durham, North Carolina, through the worst blizzard in the history of the Southeast. Highways are closed and air transportation, shut down. And the storm isn't his only enemy. He's working against the clock and an outlaw biker carrying almost a million-dollars worth of stolen cocaine.(less)
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HOW BEING A WRITER IS LIKE BEING A QUARTERBACK ON A BAD TEAM

NY Giant quarterback Eli Manning getting sacked by Dallas Cowboy linebacker.

Those of you who’ve been in the writing business for awhile and have attempted to get traditionally published know what a discouraging, demeaning, difficult challenge that is.

It’s like being a quarterback on a football team with a porous offensive line.  You know you’re going to get sacked frequently.  Only in the boo...

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“Well, she’s either Jackie or . . . hey, how about Stormy? Like some North Hollywood stripper?”
H.W. "Buzz" Bernard, Supercell

“Far to the south, behind them, lightning painted the horizon in broad, explosive sheets of electric whiteness.”
H.W. "Buzz" Bernard, Supercell

“There are events that occur in our lives we absolutely can't explain, that don't make sense, at least to us. But that doesn't mean they didn't happen or that we made them up, or that we're tripping off into Far-Fetched Land.”
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