Howdy all, My latest book is up for pre-order (finally).
Someone pointed out to me the other day that the title of my latest book, Hope Dies Hard, really is apt considering everything going on in the world lately. This year has been anything but an easy one for any of us, but it’s important to remember that hope does not give up. When all else fails, it gives us the fuel to keep moving forward.
Even our garden (which is flourishing already) reminds me every morning when I go out and walk the rows, that the world around us doesn’t give up. Whether it is hope or the wonderful mountain air, I always come back in recharged.
I hope it doesn’t sound too cornball, but we all need to take the time to realize that this year is only a sideways step, and the future is out there. And maybe it’s important to recognize that hope does feed us all (even if it sounds a bit Pollyanna of me).
Dream well and stay safe. Eric
A ruthless enemy…
A desperate plea for help.
Captain Ethan Walker is learning to accept the reality of his new life as a fugitive renegade. When an unexpected message arrives at their NuProvidence base, it plunges the crew of the Olympus Dawn into a dangerous showdown with a mysterious government group known only as The Management.
The merciless leader of this secret agency will stop at absolutely nothing to shut down Ethan and his followers. She’s willing to step well outside the law… even going as far as abducting innocent people to achieve her goals.
After The Management kidnaps their loved ones, she threatens Walker with an ultimatum: If you ever want to see your families again, you will surrender your ship and crew.
Left with no choice, Captain Walker knows their only hope is to risk the impossible to rescue their families.
Alone, they must break into Dziban, the most dangerous prison in all of known space.
And then, somehow, get back out.
You should grab the next exciting installment of Wings of Earth now and find out exactly why … Hope Dies Hard! And while you’re at it check out the previous books in the series, too