Author, Matthew Bayan
Matt's work spans from non-fiction to fiction. His first book, EAT FAT,
BE HEALTHY, was an Amazon bestseller.
When Matt suffered a massive heart attack he didn't even know he had heart
disease. He was brought back from cardiac arrest 72 times, a world record.
Matt and cutting edge cardiologist, Frank Carrea, found an amazing solution
to reverse his heart disease and dissolve his arterial blockage, without
"Reads like a thriller." Dallas Morning News
"Bayan does a fine job translating medical terminology and, with a
keen sense of humor, explaining how people can integrate healthy behavior
into everyday life." Publishers Weekly
"An exhortation to all of us to become better informed and more involved
in our own care..." Patricia A. Jones, Tulsa World Newspaper
Matt is President of High Sierra Writers and
is available for professional editing of your fiction or non-fiction manuscript.
Send an email query with a brief synopsis of your project and the first
Matt's email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
To send Matt an email,
FIREARMS IN FICTION - MYTHS, MISTAKES, AND HOW TO AVOID SHOOTING YOURSELF
IN THE FOOT
Matt's producing articles for the mystery/thriller imprint of a major New
York publisher: Little, Brown and Company. The idea for these articles
was spawned at the Mystery Writers' Conference sponsored by Book Passage
of Corte Madera, CA. Matt's presentation on the many mistakes that writers
make in the use of firearms sparked a lot of interest. Particularly if
you're a writer of mysteries or thrillers, check out the Mulholland website.
Matt's working on a book on the same topic that will provide more detail
than the articles.
CLICK BELOW TO GO TO MULHOLLAND BOOKS.
If you're a writer or publisher of mysteries or thrillers in which guns
are used, prevent mistakes by letting Matt proof your manuscript. Click here to send an email.
Sadly, I recently heard of the death of my good friend, sci-fi icon A.C. Crispin. From our earliest ventures in ferreting out scam agents and scam publishers to more recent consulting on each others' manuscripts, she was always energetic, unflappable, and most-valued of all, brutally honest.
Annie, old friend, I will miss you.