Sea Species

Volume 1 of the Evolution River Series

 A new species, our descendants, are here now. Humans with genetic technology  are this new species, able to design life as we design buildings. The designers, not the designs, are the new species. Sea Species is the story of how the two species struggle to coexist as humans try to throw off the mantle of evolution that made them the dominant species on Earth. Can they put aside bias and fear, or must they destroy? Read on and find out.



The Envoy

Volume 2 of the Evolution River Series

The civilization of Homakuwa, the descendants of humans and the second native intelligent species on Earth, emerges from under the sea to join the human race. With a single world government and a new prophet, a new era of peace reigns. Those wanting a return to nationalism begin a rebellion. After the United World Government and Homakuwa prevail, a catastrophe strikes the Earth and threatens the end of civilization. To survive, Homakuwa evolves again into a greater species.



The Genesis


Volume 3 of the Evolution River Series

Descendants of the human race expand out into the universe, both the physical and beyond. Their physical evolution has changed them into creatures of space and any environ they encounter. Their mental connection expands beyond the physical universe, and they morph from a collection of individual entities into individuals making up a single entity. It joins other entities on the same evolutionary flow. The spirit evolves and joins the organism of the universe. The cycle begins again, with creation.


Wings of the W.A.S.P.

Growing up as the child of a WASP (Women Airforce Service Pilots) I met a number of WASP and attended their reunions. Gradually, I began to understand the enormous step they made in equal rights in America. I wanted to write a story about them that wasn’t a rehash of the many documentaries already researched and done. It was the incident described in the Author’s Notes that sparked in me an idea for an historical novel. I set fingertips to keyboard and began, but it was the Tall Grass Editing Co Op that helped me turn this into a fun read. The first draft took six months. The edits and rewrites took almost another year. This book is a tribute to Tom Brokaw’s the greatest generation. During the writing and rewriting, I truly appreciated a generation dedicated to something larger than themselves, the United States and the ideals it represents. Writing Wings of the WASP changed me.


Dead & Dead for Real


Dead and Dead for Real started as a terrorist thriller and remains so with a twist. Of the five books I’ve written, four contain a bit of the metaphysical. I built it throughout the Evolution River Trilogy to a crescendo ending that several people have told me changed their view of theology. It was an idea that first started in me as a boy. The metaphysical part of D&DFR was another idea that first came to me as a teen. I did not intend to include that idea in this book originally . The characters pulled it from me and made it a part of the book.




Dead Reckoning


Dead Reckoning continues the paranormal thriller “Dead” series. Lethal sniper Kiki Russell and medic Nick Sabino come out of hiding to battle a massive attack on the United States that has plunged it into chaos, beginning the descent into dystopia. With the United States isolated from the world, the government struggles to hold the Union together after the collapse of the economy, the destruction of the electrical grid and a smallpox epidemic that have killed more than half of the population. The world powers have changed and the fight for civilization begins.


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Dead and Dead For Real

Christmas present teaser from Dead & Dead For Real

“Is anyone there?” asked Ricardo. In the sensory deprivation chamber, the sound suppression system damped out his voice. He spoke, but his ears heard nothing. “Why you not answer me?”

Nick watched the monitors as respiration rate and heart rate rose. Brainwave function increased. He turned the mic off. “He’s starting to panic. We’ll let him,” he said to Kiki. Blood pressure and heart rate spiked.

Ricardo screamed questions into a black vacuum. Nick backed the adrenalin off and increased the anti-anxiety. If Ricardo had been free of the drug-induced paralysis, he would be thrashing wildly. As if he had no body, his mind floated in black nothing. After several minutes, his brainwaves showed he was calming. Nick turned on the mic.

“Ricardo de Silva,” he said. “I am the Lord, your God.”

Spikes of panic again rose, but not as high as before. The words Nick spoke were conducted to a bone microphone, bypassing Ricardo’s ears.

“You stand before me in judgment. Confess your life to me so your sins may be forgiven and you are ready for the next life.”

Inside the chamber, Ricardo’s moan went unheard by his ears. His eyes flicked from side to side, seeking light, but seeing only blackness. “I am dead?” he asked of the darkness.

“You are with me. You have left your Earthly world behind. Tell me of the killings you did.” The voice echoed against Ricardo’s skull.

“If you’re God, you know what happened.”

“I must hear you tell it. In the telling, I seek remorse for your sins. Without that, there can be no forgiveness.”

“Two months ago we killed those ranchers near Red Rock. There was an old man and old lady. That old man, he was tough. He lasted for hours. The old lady had a heart attack or something. We hardly touched her. The young guy, he tried to protect the kid. He tackled me, so I made him watch when we killed the kid, then we killed him, slow. We cut the heads from all of them and left them in the freezer. They had some good steaks there, so we stayed for a couple of days.”