The Storymaker’s Association #9 – So They Say

This week’s story comes from Em, a really rad lady I got the pleasure of becoming friends with a few years ago. She’s basically the one person on Facebook I haven’t wanted to toss across the internet–she’s amazing. Take a listen!

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Noble Man by William Miller

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William Miller

Noble Man is a fast paced thriller about a covert operative sent to the Philippines for one last mission. A diplomat’s daughter is missing and Jake Noble has no choice but to find her and bring her home. Noble’s troubles mount as he gets closer to the truth and the only thing more enjoyable than his clever response to each new problem is the book’s final showdown. This book ends with the type of cathartic gun battle you would normally expect from Hollywood blockbuster.

Miller has a keen eye for detail. He paints vivid pictures with his words and makes you feel like you lived through every twist and gut wrenching turn of action. The lead character is a likable, complicated, real life hero, not a comic book superhero. Jake Noble pays homage to the hard boiled detectives of the 40’s and 50’s.

This narrative takes an unflinching look into the dark heart of human trafficking. It grabs hold and doesn’t let go until the very last page. It is a must read for thriller fans. Best of all, a portion of the profits are donated to the fight against sexual slavery. Pick up a copy today!

To get the book, visit: Noble Man

And don’t forget to check out William Miller’s blog at

15 Things I Would Take With Me On A Deserted Island

  1. A solar panel battery charger.
  2. A kindle.
  3. Board games.
  4. A portable stove.
  5. Empty notebooks.
  6. A box of pens.
  7. Socks.
  8. Soap.
  9. Vegetable seeds.
  10. Dresses.
  11. Flip flops.
  12.  My cat.
  13. Fishing poles.
  14. Needle and thread.
  15. Pictures of people I love.

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