Hunter’s Light, Pella’s Quest At the conclusion of Thunder Prime: Fog Island, Pella Soames is twelve, an orphan, it would seem. She is the victim of circumstances beyond her control. But she has no intention of remaining a victim. She refuses to be dependent on anyone as she sets out to find her mother. Is… Continue reading Episode 1
Follow Pella Soames on her quest to right the wrongs of long ago. When loyalists quelled an insurgent plan to take over earth nearly 20 years ago, they found Pella Soames and Bartholomew Casey among the captives destined for slave transports. Fog Island was intended to be the first stop on a long journey to… Continue reading Subscribe to The Quest
morning’s misty glow filtered through foggy dawn light a new day is born Future Imperfect, a serial work of futuristic fiction is available to subscribers for only .99! Posts will appear every week until the book is complete. It will be offered in its entirety after the last episode is published in e-book format… Continue reading Mist
Yea! It is this close to publication! Thunder Prime, Hunter’s Light, is the sequel to The Ballad of Bawdy McClure (now under the title Thunder Prime, Fog Island),published more years ago than I care to admit. Thunder Prime, Hunter’s Light, has been a long time in the birthing. Some readers will receive a print copy… Continue reading My newest baby!
Editor’s Note: This came to me through Alan Guy, a frequent contributor when I had Happenstance, an online magazine. I Googled the content and found it in a couple of places, so as a disclaimer, neither Alan nor I wrote it, but it is worth looking at. These 21 reasons why English is hard to… Continue reading Why the English language is hard to learn
I love to write, it’s what I do. As you know, Blind Curve is now available through this site and at Amazon. My concern is that I’m preaching to the same choir. Most of you have heard about my publishing journey in one form or another. I’m asking a huge favor. Share this post with your… Continue reading Dream on
And thank God it does! In August 2016, I was diagnosed with cervical cancer. The doctor caught it early and – after removing all my reproductive lady parts in September 2016 – I was deemed to be cancer-free and not in need of chemo, thank the Lord. In May 2017, Bob fell and broke his… Continue reading The saga continues
Thank you Ruth Mares, for subscribing to One Roof Publishing and congratulations on winning a free copy of “Finding Family.” I didn’t reach my goal of 100, but I did get new subscribers so it was worth the effort. With that in mind, I am extending the offer. Become a subscriber by the end of… Continue reading And the winner is…