No Rest Till Dawn….

No Rest Till Dawn….

I just finished this 97,000-word novel during the pandemic. It’s an action thriller from south of the border. For obvious reasons, I can’t say too much about the storyline yet, but the query letters are flying out the door for ” The Sicaria -No Rest Till Dawn”.

Almost a Second Hit….

Almost a Second Hit….

My second publishing attempt, “Outside the Compound”, took over a year to finish. The storyline was about a team of private contractors working out of Kandahar, Afghanistan during the war. With a bounty on his head, the daring protagonist spearheads this select group countering the Taliban’s recruitment of citizen soldiers. Dare I say more– because … Continue reading

My First eBook Ever…

My First eBook Ever…

“The Forbidden Kill” was my first action adventure novel, exploring the area of Iliamna, Alaska. Back in those days the State was just ramping up the power grid and plans for economic development. We sure didn’t realize what was coming, but the big mining expansion decimated this environmental paradise–grizzlies, salmon, caribou and more. All replaced … Continue reading

The Lambs Are Checking Too…

The Lambs Are Checking Too…

I am sending out two queries a day, for three books that I am hoping a literary agent will find appealing. Today was another six-to-six day at the keyboard. I did have time for hay, lunch and laundry.

Even the sheep notice….

Even the sheep notice….

In an effort to edit and rewrite, I am spending eight hours each day working the keyboard, instead of the ranch. Even the animals are getting curious about what is going on. Today, a coyote cruised through the lower pasture. I was so engrossed in fine tuning a query letter, that I failed to see … Continue reading

Changes Are Coming…

Changes Are Coming…

Where do I begin? The last ten years have been fun showcasing my photos and life around the sheep ranch. These days, life is taking another fateful twist. Partially due to the pandemic, I am making a full-time effort to publish the five plus manuscripts I’ve written over the last few years. I’ve never really … Continue reading