Monday, December 12, 2016

Support This Blog!

I hope it's not too crass to casually remind you fine folks that I don't just write about West Point and the Army Football Team.  I also write fiction.

Start with Sneakatara Boatman & the Priest of Loki.  It's a novel in three parts, each a short story that I wrote for my kids for successive Christmases a few years ago.  For what it's worth, everyone who's read the book has liked it, despite the handful of typos that my humble editing skills left in the manuscript.

The book description:

Wanderhaven is the city with everything, the gateway to the world and the capital of the Kingdom of the Western Isles. The streets are hard, though, and for a teenaged street-urchin named Sneakatara Boatman, they can be cruel, too. “Sneax” will do anything to escape the grinding poverty and hopelessness she’s known all her life. On most days, she’s lucky just to survive. Sneax’s lone friend is an apprentice wizard named Elaina Emboo, a rich girl from a nice family who hates the life that her father has planned for her. Elaina envies Sneax’s freedom but doesn’t understand what all that freedom actually costs. 

When the infamous fire elf smuggler Draks comes to town, Sneax gets a chance to maybe change her life. But change is dangerous, and a fire elf will kill you as soon as look at you.

The book is $2.99.  If you're carrying a smartphone--and I know you are--you can easily download the Kindle App and read it right there on your phone.

Thanks in advance for your support!

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