JET: Dangerous Prey
A Kindle Worlds novella.
The Shepherd: Society Lost, is now available in audiobook format via Amazon, Audible, and iTunes. Davis Sound, LLC and narrator Roger Bull did an outstanding job. Check it out for yourself!
I have a serious question for all those who pass judgment, one way or another, on the Oregon ranch protest. Did you chastise the rioters who burned, looted, robbed, Ferguson and Baltimore? Or, did you support their right to be heard? If so, why are you chastising the Oregon ranchers?
I recently had the privilege of meeting the wonderful folks that own and operate Carolina Readiness Supply in beautiful Waynesville, North Carolina.
Audiobook production of The Shepherd: Society Lost is underway! It is being produced by Davis Sound, LLC, narrated by the talented Roger Bull. I’ll keep you up to date on a projected release date once we get a little closer, but for now, you can still enjoy The Shepherd via your Kindle or in paperback.
Before I begin, let me say that this is not a statement of political opportunism, it’s a statement of total frustration. As the world tears itself apart all around us, we tear ourselves apart here at home. There has been a constant assault on our basic values, as well as engineered racial and economic
My newest book, The Shepherd: Society Lost, is now officially available in paperback with the Kindle version being released in what is now just a matter of hours (December 1st, 2015). Please visit Amazon to check it out!
Whether you like it or not, social media is now intricately woven into our society and is here to stay (short of an EMP blast or something of that nature shoving us back into the hard-work ages). With that brings both good and bad, which we can see all around us every day.
High on a mountain homestead, former Sheriff Jessie Townsend seeks sanctuary for his family in a crumbling world. Trading his law enforcement career for the life of a shepherd, he finds peace and happiness providing for his family on their natural, self-sufficient mountain retreat. His sanctuary soon becomes what he meant to escape—his peaceful bliss