Looking for something to read? Tired of the same old authors? Then snap up a freebie and find a new favorite. You’ll find links to current and upcoming giveaways on my Read For Free page.
No worries. Send an ebook at the speed of light – an affordable last minute gift.
Glory on Mars, Colonization Book 1: Emma wants to explore and build a new home, but something is terribly wrong on Mars. At Amazon or your favorite store. Read a preview on Amazon.
Someday soon you’ll be reading real-live tales of a colony on Mars. Until then, travel with science fiction. Each book in my On Mars series is a stand-alone story, so start anywhere. Hours of reading fun for teens and adults.
A book’s faster than eagles
On its internet flight.
Merry Christmas to all
And to all a good night.
Hanukah and Kwanzaa continue, but after New Year’s Eve the holiday season winds down fast. Between publishing books and celebrating, my schedule’s been erratic. I guess it’s time to settle back into a routine.
I had a nice Xmas surprise – on Xmas Day all four of my On Mars novels were in the top half of their Amazon category ranks – with Glory on Mars in the top 13% and Water on Mars in the top 16%. For a newbie author, that feels good. Thanks to everyone who read about adventures in the first near-future colony on Mars. If you haven’t read all four stories, now’s the time.
Here’s wishing you a good 2017 and thanks for your support.
There are links for preview reads of my scifi and poetry , or for purchase from your favorite online stores, including Amazon, here.
If you are looking for a wonderful weekend in Southwest New Mexico, consider Silver City’s first Southwest Festival of the Written Word, September 27 -29. http://www.swwordfiesta.org/
“Celebrate the power and beauty of the written word, embracing the rich diversity of Southwestern cultures.” The Festival will bring together those who create with those who appreciate the written word.
Some 50 presenters—fiction and nonfiction writers, poets, bloggers, journalists, lyricists, editors, dramatists, and publishers from throughout the Southwest—will be featured in more than 30 sessions and workshops. There will also be a full slate of children’s activities. Thanks to support from Western New Mexico University and other sponsors, most of the Festival events will be offered to the public free of charge. Information and prices for those activities requiring tickets or registration fees will be announced soon. Continue reading