The Next Book 1 Audiobook


Audiobook The Next Book 1

Audiobook for The Next Book 1 is ready. I couldn’t be happier about the amazing narrator that I was so fortunate to find. Elizabeth Phillips brought my little Sci Fi book to life. If you listen to the sample, you really will want to continue… Guaranteed or you get a pony.
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Hallucinogenic Honey

I first ran across this story last year. The title “Hunting for Hallucinogenic Honey in Nepal” was intriguing enough to get me to click on it. I have a few bee hives, I’ve extracted a bit of honey. For centuries people have praised the medicinal value of natural honey. But I did not know that in certain parts of the world honey could cause hallucinations.

In Turkey and Nepal, they call it “Mad Honey” or “Red Honey”. The red honey comes from Rhododendrons growing high up in the mountains. It is produced by a specific bee, the Giant Bee of Himalayas. Up to 3 cm, they build hanging nests on cliff faces that can be as big as 5 feet in diameter.
Generations of Gurungs in Nepal have built homemade ladders to dangle off of these cliff faces just to harvest this highly sought-after honey.

Most of my honey harvest will come from the fields of clover that grow wild in my area. I do have two small Rhododendrons, but I don’t think I will be harvesting any red honey anytime soon.
There are a few v…

Now On Amazon The Next

Very happy to announce that my first book The Next is available. Kindle and paperback available at Amazon.
Kindle available at Amazon
Paperback available at Amazon

Cover Reveal and Launch Date

The Next will be available at all major online booksellers on Tuesday 05/23/2017. Amazon, B&N, itunes and yes GoRead. I’m very excited to share my tale of revenge and Sci Fi with the rest of the world. Thanks to all. Here’s a preview with page 1. I hope you’ll want to continue to see what happens Next… Chapter 1
Cold does not describe weather that fateful night in December.
It was the time of the year that puts a chill deep in your bones after
the sun goes down. As Malcolm Fisk sat in that frigid hiding place
while hunting, the weight of the situation and circumstances grew
He wasn’t hunting a deer or any other beast that men usually lay
in wait for in the cold of winter. He was waiting, watching for what
he considered to be the most reprehensible being on the planet. This
bastard, this evil that used to be his friend and business partner.
Malcolm glanced around while pulling his scarf closer to his
neck, and tightening his coat to shield him from the blistering wind.
There was a coy…

And Then The Murders Began

At the beginning of March, author Marc Laidlaw put out a tweet that read “The first line of almost any story can be improved by making sure the second line is -And then the murders began-”
This is a very intriguing idea, and I challenge everyone to open up the nearest book and give it a try. “Even before the events in the supermarket, Jim Ironheart should have known trouble was coming.” And then the murders began.
That may not be too big of a stretch for a Dean Koontz book. That was the first line from Cold Fire. Let’s see how that new line will affect some other books.
“Once upon a time there were three bears who lived in a little house in the woods.” And then the murders began. You know what, I think that really livens up that story. I heard that second line and said woo, wait a minute. That’s different, tell me more about these killer bears.  
“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness.” And then the murders be…