Las Vegas Book Festival – Hunter Thompson panel

Watch this panel at 10 p.m. - 11:15 p.m. October 23rd Las Vegas time or watch it later online at the Las Vegas Book Festival. It's very lively and fun, with panelists - besides me - Juan F. Thompson, Tim Denevi, and Rory Patrick Feehan. And tell me what you think! An honor to participate.    
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Wash Post Review of “The ‘Hell’s Angels’ Letters”

The eminent reviewer for the Washington Post Michael Dirda has just given a Big Head's Up to The Hell's Angels Letters: Hunter S. Thompson, Margaret Harrell and the Making of an American Classic in his October 8, 2020, write-up about it inside a piece called "Can't get enough Game of Thrones or Star Wars? New editions on cult favorites are here to satisfy. It reads: Among late 20th-century American writers, none can rival Norman Mailer and Hunter S. Thompson in sheer force of personality, bo...
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‘The Hell’s Angels Letters’ – the Gonzo Today review

In case you missed it, there's a Gonzo Today review of The Hell's Angels Letters Letters by Kyle K. Mann, Editor-in-Chief. It opens like this: This is a big book, literally and figuratively. The short version: The Hell’s Angels Letters is a must-have text for any Hunter S. Thompson fan. Lavishly documented and illustrated with the actual correspondence that led to the publication of his breakthrough literary effort, ‘Hell’s Angels,’ this coffee-table book literally shows how HST boot-strappe...
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AMFM Magazine: The Voice of the Artist Interview: “The ‘Hell’s Angels’ Letters”

    INTERVIEW AMFM Magazine: The Voice of the Artist Margaret, the new book is published, THE HELL’S ANGELS LETTERS: HUNTER S. THOMPSON, MARGARET HARRELL AND THE MAKING OF AN AMERICAN CLASSIC. Grant Goodwine, a protégé of Ralph Steadman, did the cover artwork. Could you tell us about this? How did the whole project come about? Margaret Harrell: It was a series of coincidences—or unlikely events—from start to finish, beginning with the existence of the letters themselve...
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Diana Henderson – “Volume of Wisdom”

Published for three days now, KTQ! IV, rev. ed., is still in the top 100 Kindle Mysticism books. It was the nr. 1 new issue in Spirituality/Personal Growth/Mysticism its very first day live. I can surely thank Diana Henderson for some of that. I am thrilled to have the review for Keep This Quiet! IV, revised edition, by the marvelous healer and spiritual teacher Diana Henderson below: As though it arrived with a full legion of angelic messengers and masters of Light, from the moment I tou...
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A “grand Synthesizer” – Ron Rattner’s review

In the very latest review of Keep This Quiet! IV: Ancient Secrets Revealed, of which I am quite proud, Ron Rattner writes that Margaret has an "excellent ability to communicate and weave esoteric ideas about science, psychology, philosophy, and spirituality. Richard Unger’s channeled hand analysis description of her as a ‘grand synthesizer’ was apt and accurate.” Rattner, a longtime devotee of Dhyanyogi-ji, is the author of the forthcoming book  From Litigation to Meditation: An ex-lawyer’s spir...
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NEWEST REVIEWS: Keep This Quiet! IV: Ancient Secrets Revealed

The very newest reviews of Keep This Quiet! IV come from two people close to Dhyanyogi-ji. It was very important to me that they like the material on Guruji. Here is what they said. I finally got a chance to read through all of the sections . . . about Guruji [Dhyanyogi-ji] and Anandi Ma and I am blown away! Thanks to Margaret for writing all of these wonderful stories! She is such a gifted writer.—Jan Handel, Dhyanyoga Centers Antioch administrator and meditation instructor Margaret Harrell...
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Review by Martin Flynn

I’ve always found Margaret’s writing wonderfully relaxing and well thought out. This is no different. I can just pick it up and slot myself in comfortably. With each book I find myself getting entwined in the words . . . The life . . . The emotion. The education. The peace.  Her work allows me to breathe and feel. —MARTIN FLYNN, owner of HST BOOKS: A Resource and Bibliography of Hunter S. Thompson's Work
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Beat Scene Interview

Beat Scene is published in print in the UK by Kevin Ring. He liked Keep This Quiet! and asked for an interview. The format was that he emailed questions and I replied with fairly long answers. Here is the article, which I will transcribe as text below. But for now here it is in a pdf - very readable and opens fast: Beat Scene article
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Midwest Book Review – volumes 1 & 4

Midwest Book Review followed the Keep This Quiet! series all the way through and reviewed each book. This was a very welcome boost. Thanks so much to this imminent institution. Below are their reviews of the first book and of the fourth: Keep This Quiet! Hunter S. Thompson is perhaps one of the most enigmatic figures of the twentieth century. Keep This Quiet! My Relationship with Hunter S. Thompson, Milton Klonsky, and Jan Mensaert is a memoir from Margaret A. Harrell as she discusses her ow...
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