Patriot Son Book Two is out! Sorry about pulling out with the convoy leaving a few behind but we're back to pick you up ...
Confusion as to where Book Two was came about when I did not send it out to be published, so it's no where to be found except by those on my subscriber list. I never gave it much thought about those that might want to follow the story through until I got a reply to my blog and a review on Amazon asking if it (Book Two) was out yet.
I haven't submitted it to an editor yet. Saving up the money to do that, so try to look past the idioms of human frailty there ;)
I'm not the sharpest tool in the shed, but if you just click on the book on the left, I promise you'll get the opportunity to grab a free copy. My apology but I'm not a full-time writer and am scatter-brained to boot, so thanks for reading.
New Release for July
(A World without Hope)
Married, Winston lives on a ten-acre plot of high ground in the Everglades near the small community of Hartley. He lives in his two-bedroom shack with his wife and two children and owns a shed and a smoker grill, a push plow and an old tractor that runs like a top. He grows all the crops he needs,
and his wife cans the rest.
Desperate men from the cities eventually travel to outlying towns looking to take anything they can. Winston doesn’t understand that.
Winston is mostly Seminole Indian and can trap game and set up trotlines for catfish and small gator. As a bow hunter, he moves silently through the forest and bulrushes hunting deer and hog only seldom using any of the many firearms he owns. By today’s standards, he is a wealthy man.
Until the day he came home from a three-day journey to find his wife and daughter missing. He sets out to bring them home, and with him, he takes his son, and Rustler, a three- year-old Rottweiler whose favorite bone is in your leg.