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January on the Farm.  Snow on Mount Haleakala

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1000 Words
I'm planning to promote other independent authors by posting 1,000 words from something they wrote.  If you would like to be a part of this effort, email me at warmhawaiian@gmail.com.

Here are the covers for my books.

Today I am experimenting with links in Google Docs.  I highlighted quite a few in the first chapter of Surviving the Fog. Right clicking and opening a link will take a reader to the Wikipedia page.  https://docs.google.com/document/d/1AqB8zD7FIFznhoBMZEdyO7YoIcgO6wEUEylXVWnMGbM/edit#


New cover

A look at the cover of my latest book.  A collection of short stories, essays, poems, and excerpts from works in progress.  Unfortunately the newest cover (below) is not displayed at Amazon yet.  http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B014QYIVEW

Wyrd Worlds is an anthology with stories by various Smashwords authors.  It's a free book and you can find it here.

Our new anthology is out.  Mine contribution is a chapter from Sasha, the Scarred, titled "Sasha and the Collar Girl."

Wyrd Worlds II was the second in the series.

To read a complete version of New Friends, click here.
To read the New Friends stories in chapter form start here.

Deadwood Stan

I have completed the first chapter of a new Surviving the Fog book. It's called Surviving the Fog-Douglas Lives.

Chapter One  The Crippled Man  No bodies had been discovered for over a month, so spring was shaping up to be a good season.  The small clap wood building that held Susanna’s Café was not full, but several individuals and a few groups had gathered to eat whatever she had available.  Most were happy to get out of their small cabins for a brief period, for the snows had been heavy in April.  Petal was the first to hear the arrival of the man with the wooden foot, except it wasn't a foot, it was cylinders of wood connected by a rusty spring just below his ankle, and they slammed against the floor of the old oak porch making a sound like the hammering gavel of a stern judge who has just meted out a terrible judgment upon a habitual criminal.

Jacob's Tale is a downloadable 10 minute reading from Chapter Two Alone (and Afraid)


Rene and I, a long , long, time ago, in a galaxy far,...
Wedding Day 121177

Pics from the farm