Welcome to my latest installment of #8Sunday. This is from The Vista, my first published novel and Book 1 of The Wildblood. In the next week or two, I’ll be moving on to the prequel, which should be released in June. I’ve really got to get thinking about a more interesting title for The Blackout.

Anyway, check out all the other authors at WeWriWa. There’s a great selection here.


And now, my 8.

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“About Mac,” she told him. “I don’t know where that’s going. I don’t know where you and I are going.”

“That’s not something even Gen Ens can predict,” Hunter told her. “I can’t compete with Mac, anyway you look at it.”

“I never expected you to.” It frustrated her, not being able to control the situation. Wade had warned her.

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The Vista by S. A. Hoag, available now!


Team Three has a secret, one they think they’ve kept from all but a select few colleagues. They couldn’t be more wrong.

Allen, MacKenzie and Wade are Vista Security’s top officers, part of the first generation post-World War 3. They’ve trained all their lives to survive and thrive in a cold, hostile world. Their secret – they believe they are genetically enhanced and are unquestionably connected psychically. Hidden away in an enclave in the Rocky Mountains, they’re also at the forefront of the movement to see what’s left of the outside world. Not everyone in The Vista is as eager to venture forth.

As they attempt to learn the truth, their mere presence makes them targets of a vicious renegade with the means to destroy everything they know. Facing exile or worse, Team Three has short time to figure out who is enemy, who is friend and how to save their home and themselves.

The Vista: Book 1 of The Wildblood series by S. A. Hoag takes place in the near-future where the Earth has been mostly emptied of human beings by a short and devastating world war. Venturing beyond the safety of their valley may be the best move Security has ever made; it’s absolutely the most dangerous.

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