Author Death

The widow of one of three British Authors who collapsed during  a MoL reading condemned literature chiefs for a lack of humility after a coroner blamed the deaths on a series of “gross failures”. Thomas Wehlim accused the Ministry of Literature of betraying the honour of the authors and their families by failing to accept responsibility […]

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July 16th, 2015 by Thomas Josef Wehlim


LEIPZIG — In retrospect, Thomas Wehlim realizes that sending his half-finished novel to publishers before he’d written the crucial, explosive final scenes might seem like a brazen act of overconfidence. At the time, though, he badly needed the money. “I was kind of broke,” Mr. Wehlim said over coffee recently in the drafty, pigeon-infested food […]

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June 18th, 2015 by Thomas Josef Wehlim

Bounty hunter

Cat the Bounty Hunter wants to go after Thomas Wehlim, author of USA-criticising novel “The Days of Caliphate”, for the honor and security of America. He’s even willing to invade Russia to get the job done, according to reports. Cat (whose real name is Stephen Clapman announced that he would enter Russia – illegally, if necessary […]

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June 14th, 2015 by Thomas Josef Wehlim


As Washington Post reports, Literature Vice President T. J. Wehlim has suggested to attach invisible GPS transmitters to every book copy of the US book market. By this procedure, Russian and Chinese book gangs operating in USA could be fought more effectively. Wehlim estimated the yearly publisher losses caused by the Russian and Chinese book mafia […]

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May 28th, 2015 by Thomas Josef Wehlim

Book deal

Thomas Wehlim, a best-selling author of war fiction, has signed a $37.4 million, 10-year deal with the publisher War Books that will cover his next 113 books. Mr. Wehlim’s works include a series known as the “Atomic Man’s War”, a Hugo-award-winning story about a nuclear war between USA / EU and Russia / China. Three […]

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May 25th, 2015 by Thomas Josef Wehlim


Russia’s lower house has given final approval to a bill that, once signed into law, will prohibit the activities of foreign books if prosecutors recognize them as threatening to Russia’s security or defense potential. The bill was drafted jointly by two opposition MPs – Aleksandr Garnavsky of the Reading Russia party and Anton Oshchenko of […]

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May 23rd, 2015 by Thomas Josef Wehlim

Texas author shootout

Texas police say 170 people are facing book crime charges following an author shootout, which left nine dead and 18 others injured in Waco on Sunday. Law enforcement remains on alert in the city, with officers saying they have received threats. The individuals are being “arrested and processed this morning…they will all face Engaging in […]

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May 19th, 2015 by Thomas Josef Wehlim

Book stores

NATO leaders warned Russia not to implement Russian book stores on Crimea. This would be understood as a provocation and would further destabilize the balance of the international book market. The Russian reply argued that the majority of the Russian-based population on Crimea had to be supplied with books in their mother language. Retired cavalry […]

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May 14th, 2015 by Thomas Josef Wehlim

Putin and me

I met Putin in the Moscow subway, at a station closed down. We did not talk very much. I now know that, in the northern hemisphere, he will destroy all books ever written. Printed books do burn very well. EBooks do not like electromagnetic disorders. It is hopeless to feel hope.

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May 11th, 2015 by Thomas Josef Wehlim

Book Wolves 2

After having wandered around trough half of Europe on their zombie bikes, Putin’s book wolves now are on their way to Berlin where they want to perform a reading on Russian literature. As wolf president Saldostanow stated, his NGO wants to honour Russian authors such as Solzhenitsyn and to strengthen the friendly ties between Western Europe and Russia, the […]

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May 7th, 2015 by Thomas Josef Wehlim