We are experiencing what the weather folk like to call a blizzard. Sustained winds of thirty-plus miles an hour with gusts to fifty (yes, FIFTY!) mph and blowing snow. It’s not very pleasant out there and my heart bleeds for the animals whose owners haven’t made adequate provision for them.
You’ve seen them–the dogs left outside to fend for themselves, the lone horse standing in a windswept field with no shelter. I get quite militant whenever I see this abusive treatment of creatures who are in our care. Makes me want to chain the owner out in their yard and see how they like it. Or force them to stand in the teeth of the storm with no shelter.Read More
The final installment of the Junkyard Dog novella series is done and out and I couldn’t be happier with the way it all ends.
The day of reckoning has arrived.
Major Margarita King needs answers. Why had her ship been sabotaged? Who wanted her dead and who could she trust for the truth? The only place to find those answers? Mars Base, home of the Red Barons.
Command thought she was dead. A funeral had been held. Someone was going to be mighty surprised when Rita showed up at headquarters.
Mars Base, the final novella in the Junkyard Dog series, ends where Rita’s strange and unexpected journey began–with one big difference. You’ll have to read Mars Base to find out how it all turns out!
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Well I’ve gone and done it. I upgraded my site to be compliant and I lost all my previous blog posts. I was upset at first, I have to admit, but I’m over it now. I’m going to look upon this instead as a fresh start.
The latest book in the Junkyard Dog series is out!
Need a replacement body part?
No problem with all the specialized cloning labs in the Milky Way galaxy.
Margarita King, commander of the Junkyard Dog, believes in the practice–except when it comes to her own body.
She reluctantly agrees to visit Omega Lab, knowing she needs to be in top form to face her enemies on Mars Base. Her blind eyes put her at too great a disadvantage. Time for new ones.
No one expects what happens next.
Omega Lab, the twelfth book in the Junkyard Dog series, takes the reader inside the wonders–and darkest perils–of a cloning lab built deep inside a meteorite.
Evolution happens. Not always in ways we want.
Humans barely top three feet. Animals increased in size and now hunt us. Seventeen year old Sable protects her small village from the rats that patrol the surrounding area.
Every year she enters the testing corridor alone to test herself against their most deadly predator. This year nothing goes as planned.
You may read The Power of Sound here for one week. (I had a website issue and was late posting this so will extend the week to November 24th.)