With the Tyton alliance firmly established, everyone is ready to defend the Obsidian Gate and face down the Taliz Dwellers.
Noah will lead the leviathan element of this effort, naturally, but is soon captured and whisked away before the first major battle.
Can he resist brainwashing by the most feared interrogator of the Dweller swarm? He’s been through a lot, but never expected an alliance as unlikely as pineapple breakfast pizza.
Ass-kicking doesn’t have a size requirement.
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At just seventeen measly tons, Shorty doesn’t measure up.
His enemies can level cities and punch holes through mountains.
But Shorty isn’t interested in the rule of size. Shorty has a new rule, and he’s about to teach it to everyone.
From The Blog
I have been pressing hard to finish Obsidian Gate: Homeworld Lost (Book 7) all week. Mostly because I went to a conference the week before, but also because I am that type of writer who works on more than one project. I used to be worse, writing as many as three to five books at…
On November 16th, Wichita Police officers pursued a robbery suspect who fled into a storm drain that went under a road. The suspect barricaded himself and K9 officers were sent to get him out and take him into custody. K9 units work with patrol officers and issue commands and warnings over and over. Eventually a…
The impulse to quote from Conan the Barbarian here is almost irresistible. I know this title feels like click bait, but I actually have an answer this morning. What matters most in life is having someone to talk to. There are times in the early morning when I get up (to write before the world…
Family, writing, close friends, and fitness are my life.
Imagination and stories have gotten me through a lot of hard times in life, and generally made the universe a better place (in my head at least). I want to share that with others.
I’ve written somewhere in the neighborhood of fifty-seven books, including collaborations with some of today’s most successful sci-fi authors: Richard Fox, Craig Martelle, and J.N. Chaney.
I’m easy to find if you have a question or want to chat.