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Hadean 3: Completely Forked, Chapter 6

Chapter Six Brent Zindell lay flat on his belly in the dirt, a bat at his fingertips. Moving his head from side to side, he could see through the slats concealing the crawl space. The white paint had blistered and … Continue reading

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Cover Reveal—Hadean 3: Completely Forked

Coming August 20th.

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Hadean 2: Survivor Road, Chapter 6, coming tomorrow

Chapter 6 Drew palmed his gun and aimed the business end at the vertical blinds covering the sliding doors to the backyard. So much for the golden plan to shelter in place. They’d been here less than an hour and … Continue reading

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Hadean, Part II: Survivor Road—Coming mid-July

Chapter 1 The body is gone. So why can I still see it? Ellen Duncan fisted the silk curtains, viewing the front yard through the slit between the panels. Rain spat on the gravel, glistening on the clumps of bone … Continue reading

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New Release—Hadean: Threshold of Extinction, only 99cents for a limited time

Our food isn’t killing us; it’s changing us—turning us into killers. For decades scientists have used viruses and bacteria to insert rogue genetic code into our food. Now human DNA is mutating. Switches are being flipped. Some will commit suicide; … Continue reading

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Hadean—Chapter 3 (Threshold of Extinction) Coming May 5th, 2015

Chapter 3 Rosa Robelski leaned back in the bucket seat. Punching the start/stop button of her hybrid card, she inhaled deeply. Ahh, that new car smell. She hadn’t experienced it until yesterday. What a waste of twenty-four years. As the … Continue reading

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Hadean (Threshold of the Apocalypse)—Chapter 2

Chapter 2 Andrew Whiteangel squeezed his eyes closed. Pain radiated from his elbow and knee where they’d collided with the stamped cement porch. His twist at the last minute had saved the woman he’d tackled from cushioning his weight. Although … Continue reading

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