I don’t know about you, but when I find a writer I like, I want to find out all of the books they have written and read more!
Now granted, I write cross genres, and even non-fiction, but still. As the books pile up (and they will – my goal this year is to complete and publish two), there will be more and more to read. And I’m going to make it very easy for you!
You can read an excerpt from Gliese 581: Departure here.
And here is the promo trailer for the book.
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In the final days of the 21st century, Daniel Medry and a crew of brilliant and talented scientists and researchers leave Earth on a mission to the Gliese system – the first extra-solar journey of its kind.
Shortly after their departure, a terrible virus is unleashed upon Earth, highly infectious and nearly 100% fatal.
Soon the colonists will learn that they are some of the last unaffected humans left.
And if the challenge of establishing a colony on a distant alien world and re-creating the human race wasn’t enough, someone on board is trying to kill them all.
Will Daniel and the rest of Calypso’s crew survive the journey?
Available on Kindle and in paperback formats.
In the day after tomorrow, after the socioeconomic collapse of the United States, one young girl fights for survival. Violently ripped from her family, abused and now pregnant, Jess must somehow survive while fleeing those who pursue her. Jess must come to peace with the life growing inside her as she struggles to return home.
You can read an excerpt of War’s End: The Storm here.
The long-awaited sequel to War’s End: The Storm – Jess has returned to her hometown, Warsend. There she and her family will rebuild their lives and learn lessons about love, and loss, and the strength of perseverance. Miles away, Chris longs for family, for children, and dreams of the home he lost. The danger is not over. Jess must face her greatest fear and overcome the nightmares that have plagued her for the past decade.
You can read an excerpt of War’s End: A Brave New World here.
Part memoir, part current affairs, part argument for legalization – The War on Drugs is a MUST READ for those who believe that the war on drugs only happens to “those people” in “that part of town.”
Written from the point of view of a wife and mother, The War On Drugs: An Old Wives’ Tale examines the pros and cons of marijuana prohibition, drug diversion programs, and challenges the reader to define the nature of addiction and other pre-conceived notions.
Early reviews have included:
“Written with the humor of hindsight, yet the abject horror of getting caught in the cross fire of the so-called War On Drugs comes through with crystal clarity. For anyone that has any doubt about the truth of the matter, it becomes abundantly clear that the war on drugs is really a war on people, – good wholesome people that care for their children and make a positive contribution to their community. This is a must read. The War on Drug’s: An Old Wives’ Tale lays bare the absurdity of Marijuana Prohibition, the lies and injustice of our Legal System, and the unscientific, unethical nature of ‘The Recovery Industry.’ Read it. Believe it. And be warned.”
“I live in the county this book takes place in. I drive by the courthouse mentioned often. I never knew anything like this was going on in my area. It was devastating to read, but devastating in the way we need to be devastated in order for our nation to see progress. I appreciated the ability to step inside a real family going through this. That personal connection made the book feel relatable, and it was easy, as a fellow mother, to picture myself living this nightmare if my life had gone a different direction. The day by day format of the book works well for demonstrating the struggle as a daily battle rather than one big event. It was hundreds of bad events. Lots of bad policies, lots of injustice, lots of anger and fear. I highly recommend this to those who think drugs are something only found in ‘that part of town’ or that all those involved are ‘that sort of people.’ It’s simply not true.”
You can read an excerpt of The War on Drugs: An Old Wives Tale here.
Professional organizer, Christine Shuck, will guide you through the process of:
- Understanding the roots of clutter and disorganization
- Learning what organizational tools and techniques to use
- Organizing your home or office on a room by room basis
- Learning advanced organizational techniques including financial and time management
- Staying organized in the weeks and months that follow.
You can read an excerpt of the book here.
You can also download the sample budget she discusses in the book.
Available in Kindle format.