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Friday, September 27, 2013

A modern day time travel, science fiction odyssey.

Apologize for being absent. Been busy writing and promoting. I need to get back to posting book reviews. The list has grown considerable over the past few months. Until then, I want to announce Destination D.C., the sequel to Gateway: Pioche, is now available in printed versions! I will caution readers, you have to read the first one.Why? Well, when this one was written, an introduction would have spoiled all the excitement in the first book. There will be a third one, Target: Berlin. Will there be a fourth one? I have no idea. This never started out as a series. I was convinced after Gateway, there was no way to trump time travel. I was mistaken. I know, no shock there. But when the technology used to power the time machine is converted into a magnetic resonance gravitational weapon, well, things really start heating up.

Gateway: Pioche

Destination D.C.

Saturday, September 14, 2013

Destination D.C. Release!

Good morning across the globe! Good news. We beat the clock. Destination D.C. was released last night. Yep, one week earlier than I thought. Printed versions in two weeks. Onto the third one: Target Berlin.

Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Kathryn Magee is offering her wonderful, inspirational work, Angelic Answers: Love Letters for Daily Life, FREE through September 14. If you're looking for a great way to start the day, the week or month, or need a boost when you're feeling down, her words are sure to put a smile on your face and chase the blues away!  Angelic Answers.

Monday, September 9, 2013

Prepare for the continuing adventures of Muki, Abdul, Larry and Judith.

           We are two weeks from the launch of                                  DESTINATION DC! 

If you would like an ARC (Author Review Copy)  PDF, send me a message. Those will be available the 18th. 

Sunday, September 1, 2013

Loving with all your heart. A true story of romance and healing

I went to church this morning with my daughter and her three girls. I don't go often but when I do, I'm there to learn. Today was tough. I'd never heard this song before and it almost brought tears to my eyes. All I could think of was Debbie. I wish Debbie would have been one of the survivors, but it wasn't to be. I'm thankful for the time we did share and not what could have been. If you've heard this song or seen the video, it's posted below. I want to thank all the men, women and family who support their wives, mothers, aunts and girlfriends when afflicted with this deadly disease. Thank you.

I wrote Love's True Second Chance, not just to chronicle our love, but also, how we all dealt with Debbie's diagnosis of her breast cancer returning. We didn't avoid it or speak softly around her. We accepted the diagnosis and made every minute count. Enjoy the video I'm Gonna Love You Through It. 

                                                            Debbie in 2009

                                                                   Debbie 1979

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