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.
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.
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.