Sunday, 14 May 2017


I am now to be found for the most on Steemit.com where I blog about everything under the Sun.
And I get paid if some one likes my story/stuff.

Since I signed up I have earned around $2400. So do yourselves a favour. Signup and start Blogging.
Mark Zuckerballs is never going to pay you a dime for posting stuff on FaceBalls.

I have posted a lot of my short stories on Steemit and this is where I have earned most of my $$$.

The amount shown on your account is the $$ equivalent of the Cryptocurrency Steem.

To convert your Steem you will need to first convert it to Bitcoin and from there to $$$.

It sounds harder that it actually is.

The story of how Bitcoin came about is one for the X-Files.

Bitcoin was designed to be a peer-to-peer currency, free from interference from government and central banks. Since the currency was launched in 2009.

Satoshi Nakamoto is the name used by the unknown person or persons who designed bitcoin and created its original reference implementation.As a part of the implementation, he also devised the first blockchain database. In the process he was the first to solve the double spending problem for digital currency. He was active in the development of bitcoin up until December 2010.
Nakamoto has claimed to be a man living in Japan, born on 5 April 1975.However, speculation about the true identity of Nakamoto has mostly focused on a number of cryptography and computer science experts of non-Japanese descent, living in the United States and Europe.

As of 14/05 2017, Nakamoto is believed to own up to roughly one million bitcoins, with a value estimated at over US$ 1,767,510,000 - Which is a pretty large number.

Nakamoto has also disappeared. So nobody knows who he was where he came from or where he is now. Does he have access to what is now a Modern Day Templar Fortune.

Wednesday, 31 August 2016

I have a new story up on my favorite 

     Blockchain Blog 
                                    https://steemit.com/@franks
                                  

                                           Called: Noble Rot


                   It covers both my interest in wine and the Mongols trail of               destruction, which leads to.... well you have to read the story;D~





                                                    https://steemit.com/@franks

Saturday, 2 July 2016

Happy to report my story "Copenhagen Assault" is for sale on Amazon and other platforms in the three story issue called Pulpternative

Cowboy of the Dakotas by Gordon Dymowski

The Totem of the Cursed by Dragan Stajic

Copenhagen Assault by Frank Sonderborg

Copenhagen Assault is set in an alternative world where the UN run everything. The Black Krew are called in by Liam O'Neil who works for a section of the Irish secret service section called "The Bureau" to save his ass.
Throw in a long a lost Nazi Wunderweapon and the involvement of a hyper secret Vatican organization called  S.I.V or "Servizio Informazioni del Vaticano" and its time for some serious ass kicking. 

I just love the cover. If you don't just love a Cowboy riding a Dinosaur well.......



I have to thank Tommy Hancock and Pro-Se team for getting this over the line.

HISTORY THROUGH A PULP LENS! 

PULPTERNATIVE” DEBUTS FROM PRO SE PRODUCTIONS!

An innovative publisher of Genre Fiction, Pro Se Productions announces the release of a unique anthology. Three authors tackle the concept of Alternative History, the Alternative being cast in a rather pulpish light.
 PULPTERNATIVE is now available from Pro Se Productions, featuring the work of Gordon Dymowski, Frank Sonderborg, and Dragan Stajic, in print and digital formats.

“History,” says Tommy Hancock, Editor in Chief of Pro Se Productions, “is fun for writers. One of the more engaging aspects is the ability to take what has happened and tweak it, rewrite it, or even scrap it and start over. PULPTERNATIVE gives three authors the opportunity to look at actual history and essentially recreate it into something that would be more likely to appear in a Classic Pulp magazine than a textbook. These stories go full on with no limits into the past and history will never be the same!”

History is full of Wonderful Stories and Fantastic Mysteries. And One Question can make History so much more…. What If…? PULPTERNATIVE asks that question, giving three authors the imaginative task of answering it. Putting a Pulpy spin on history makes anything possible. Explore what might have been in PULPTERNATIVE. From Pro Se Productions.

Featuring a absurdly terrific cover by Larry Nadolsky and print formatting and book design by Antonino Lo Iacono, PULPTERNATIVE is available now at Amazon at Pulpternative - Softcover Edition and Pro Se’s own store at: 

The alternative history collection is also available as an Ebook, designed and formatted by Lo Iacono and available for only $2.99 for the Kindle at Pulpternative - Ebook Edition… and for most digital formats via Smashwords at https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/647491.

For more information on this title, interviews with the author, or digital copies to review this book, contact Pro Se Productions’ Director of Corporate Operations, Kristi King-Morgan at directorofcorporateoperations@prose-press.com.

To learn more about Pro Se Productions, go to www.prose-press.com. 
Like Pro Se on Facebook at www.facebook.com/ProSeProductions.






Saturday, 4 June 2016

Do I really need an editor?

Here on Mary's Bookcase is some interesting tips on editing.
Including reading your manuscript backwards to avoid getting involved in the story:D~

http://marybookreview.blogspot.co.uk/2016/06/do-i-really-need-editor-amwriting.html







Sunday, 1 May 2016

           My story: Goodbye Yellow Brick Road,  is up on TalkingSoup



Its about Ireland's entry into the EU









Tuesday, 5 April 2016


My story about Sluggies: Hostel to the Stars is up on TalkingSoup


A story about Sluggies and Brighton and the entry into the world of IT.
It's also about Gustav and how he became a syndrome.









Interested in more of my stuff on TalkingSoup. Well you can get it all here.


http://talkingsoup.com/contributors/frank-sonderborg



Tuesday, 19 January 2016


I have had two stories published on Shotgun Honey.
One is a western called "The Kid at the Crossing" a nod to the master of cowboy stories Louis L'Amour. That was first Published on The Big Adios. But now is residing on Shotgun Honey.


http://shotgunhoney.com/fiction/western/the-kid-at-the-crossing-by-frank-sonderborg/#more-670





"The Kid at the Crossing" which was nice.



"Kid at the crossing, would like to see more from this author, realistic."