My new NUMA Files and Kurt Austin adventure is out today. Notice something different?http://ow.ly/M3VD30iV28b ... See MoreSee Less
Here's a peek of my desk of THE RISING SEA Putnam Books . If you’d like to travel back to the winter of 1573 to central Japan - you can read an EXCERPT here of my new NUMA Files and Kurt Austin adventure. It will be released 3/13. I hope you’ll enjoy it. ow.ly/Utdh30iR3Fn ... See MoreSee Less
In the spirit of today's WORLD BOOK DAY I'd like to share another great review - this one from Booklist for THE RISING SEA coming 3/13 '"…One of the best recent novels to bear the Cussler name… A fine entry in an always-popular series, and a sure bet for those who crave high-concept adventure.” ... See MoreSee Less
Clive Cussler shared Isaac Bell's post.
Isaac Bell would like me to share with you today's release of the paperback of THE CUTTHROAT. You're also invited to "LIKE" his Facebook page at Isaac Bell ! ... See MoreSee Less
If you haven't read about my trying to solve the chilling murders in 1911, of young women across the country -THE CUTTHROAT comes out in paperback tomorrow!
On the heels of this week’s Jeopardy clue “This author & Graham Brown team up on the NUMA Files" - copies of THE RISING SEA are now on my desk and will be released 3/13. You can pre-order of course! store.poisonedpen.com/?searchtype=keyword&qs=rising+sea&qs_file&q=h.tviewer&using_sb=status&qsb=k... ... See MoreSee Less
Great things happen in our personal lives. This is one of them. Our congratulations and best wishes to Sarah and Graham E. Brown , my co-author for the Kurt Austin adventures. They were married this past weekend! ... See MoreSee Less
Clive Cussler added 2 new photos.
Many of you wrote to me (especially on my twitter: twitter.com/cusslerOFFICIAL) about watching the Super Bowl ads (over $5M for a 30 sec spot) It reminds me of my early career in advertising. On this Super Bowl Monday what are your thoughts on this year’s Super Bowl commercials? ... See MoreSee Less
I was offended by the insurance commercial (Blue Ball logo), not sure of the company name. First it disparraged other company logos and then it disparaged a player. It wasn't necessary to say that cheating in the Superbowl rewards you by sleeping with a supermodel. Very bad taste. Most of the commercials I saw were good to average.1 month ago