#8Sunday WeWriWa


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I find books here all the time that I just can’t pass up.

OK, I’m writing a novel and novella of The Wildblood series at the same time.  I don’t see a problem with this.

One of the novellas in the works is going to be centered on personal relationships, one in particular. Yes, romance is involved. I’m writing it as if I’m the only person who will ever read it. This one is for me.

A few words for you.  Shannon and Mac.

~ ~ ~ ~ ~

We need to talk.”

Shannon hadn’t been entirely asleep, but she hadn’t been expecting a conversation with Cmdr. MacKenzie, in the middle of the night, either.

Now?” she asked, getting her bearings.

Can you think of a better time?”

When we’re home.”

Do you think we’ll ever be home again, together?”

She rolled over and sat up next to him, clutching a pillow to her chest. “I don’t know, Alex, I hope so. Will it change anything, between us?”

That’s what we need to talk about.”

 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~

In all likelihood, this novella will be out before Book 3.  In the meantime, there are 3 already out there.  Promo time.


The Wildblood Series

No one remembers what started the war, the big one. It happened too fast, and there were too many lies, for the truth to be known. Civilization stopped, and what came next was fueled by rage and fear.

Twenty years on, a tiny refuge, a place called The Vista, may be one of the last vestiges of humanity. Isolated, guarded, and hiding a dark secret, the people have survived World War Last, and they are content with that. Their children, however, are not. The search for others will send them out into a world they know nothing about, where the line between enemy and ally is blurred. The war may not be over.


Before Team Three, there was The Blackout.

Backlash, prequel to The Wildblood series. Before Team Three, there was the Blackout. Set on a near-future Earth mostly devoid of humans, this reveals some of the harsh realities facing people of The Vista, and how Team Three began.

When Security faces an unknown adversary that threatens to wreak havoc across what little civilization there is left, they must rely on the unusual abilities of a new team, and hope it’s enough to stop the chaos.

~ ~ ~ ~ ~

It’s not a dystopia, it’s not a utopia – it’s their home, and they’d do anything to protect it.

The Vista: Book 1 of The Wildblood


The Vista: Book 1 of The Wildblood introduces Team Three – they’re young, ambitious, and at the forefront of a movement to discover what is beyond The Vista. They also believe they are genetically enhanced, Gen En, a practice outlawed long before they were born. Venturing beyond their valley draws the attention of someone dangerous, someone that shares their past and wants to control their future, or destroy them because of what they might be. The team decide to take the fight away from their home and end up finding new allies – and new enemies.

~ ~ ~ ~ ~
Renegades: Book 2 of The Wildblood

Uncontrollable. Unpredictable. Dangerous. The Wildblood.
Now, Team Three know what they are.

Renegades: Book 2 of The Wildblood takes up with Team Three out among clans of the Altered, and cities where civilization has held ground. Their efforts to establish The Vista’s domain create unique conflicts and forge unexpected allies. One of the most pressing obstacle turns out to be their own governing council, a threat as real and dangerous as the nomads of the outlands.

7 thoughts on “#8Sunday WeWriWa

  1. First, I have to comment on this. “I’m writing it as if I’m the only person who will ever read it.” I LOVE that! I don’t think there’s any better way to write with passion. 🙂

    I think the dialogue in your snippet is smooth and it feels natural–believable. 🙂

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  2. Nothing good ever came from a conversation starting with “We need to talk.” Great dialogue. Writing as if you’re the only person to read it is a marvelous attitude. My best (to me, anyway) stories started that way.

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