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Halfway to a Vineyard

Sam Champion is a military man through and through. A pilot in the United States Coast Guard, his dedication and skills serve to save lives. However, his wife is not thrilled about the perils of his chosen career. With another child on the way, she convinces him to hang up his uniform in exchange for a safer occupation. They move to the northwest coast - to her namesake family vineyard situated in the hills of California's Humboldt County. Although growing grapes in Sherry's Vineyard is an alien concept to Sam, her father becomes his mainstay in learning everything about the wine industry. However, his mentoring comes to an abrupt halt when tragedy strikes. Lack of evidence that supports their suspicion linking a local marijuana kingpin to the shooting of her father weighs heavily on them. As they struggle to accept her father's loss, the vineyard itself becomes a pawn in a game that may well end badly. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B074HZP9C8

Halfway to MMXX The Year 2020: It Begins

Professor William Lonsdale and climatologist Neil Garret are hot on the trail of a mystery surrounding a monk's predictions from the year 1010. Old documents, recently discovered at Fleury Abbey in France, point to a potential disaster beginning in 2020. In the meantime, world-wide seismology sensors are picking up unusual tremors in the Arctic's Pechengsky District. The Russians are telling everyone the quakes are the result of mining operations. However, a young woman in pursuit of her doctorate degree in earth sciences isn't satisfied with their answer. She meets and seeks help from Neil Garrett and his partner. It isn't long before they discover that events in the Russian Arctic and the prognostications of the monk are closely linked. Ultimately, five unlikely acquaintances team up and bring their unique understanding of science, history, and religion to combat the forces of nature. Will their efforts prove too late to stop the foretold beginning of the end? https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07X65G8V4

Halfway to Creepy

This book is a collection of bizarre, short stories that stem from my childhood memories of watching too many Alfred Hitchcock movies and Twilight Zone episodes. You may find there is a certain familiarity about them from your own experiences. There seems to be little distinction between the definitions of horror and creepy, but I believe horror is more imagery, whereas, creepy is more imagination. I also classify these stories as psychological thrillers, which often overlaps with the elements of mystery and horror. What I hope I achieved with these stories was to stimulate your imagination sufficiently to allow your mind to fill in those blank areas where I purposefully did not detail a scene or conclusion. I wrote these stories between the writings of my novels as a way to keep my skills fresh. If you find that you enjoyed any of these stories, I invite you to try one of my thriller novels. https://amazon.com/dp/B01HYNJ4AC

Halfway to Creepy 2

Stories just got creepier with Halfway to Creepy 2. This book is the second in a collection of bizarre, short stories that are sure to stir your imagination and take you on a psychological journey. If you are into spooky, the weird, curious or odd, then you must read Creepy 2. As with Halfway to Creepy, you may find there is a certain familiarity about these stories from your own experiences. I believe we all have a natural calling to want to scare ourselves while knowing there is a separation from reality and the other worldly. My goal was to let you find the creepy by allowing your mind to fill in those blank areas where I purposefully did not detail a scene or conclusion. If you find that you enjoyed any of these stories, I invite you to try Halfway to Creepy and/or one of my thriller novels. https://amazon.com/dp/B01MDPILPN 

The Path I Seek  I Speak for the Earth No. 1

Environmental poetry: Man may attempt to travel and conquer the galaxy, but we only have one Earth. Our home is roughly four and half billion years old. Will it be sustained for another four and a half billion years? https://www.amazon.com/dp/B081J4JWW5

Where I Go  I Speak for the Earth No. 2

Environmental poetry: Man may attempt to travel and conquer the galaxy, but we only have one Earth. Our home is roughly four and half billion years old. Will it be sustained for another four and a half billion years? https://www.amazon.com/dp/B081LGHVTB