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Redaction: Melt Down (chapter 14, unedited)

Well, here it is folks–the last chapter before the whole book comes out on September 1st. FYI, it’ll be 99 cents until the 8th of September so pick up a copy and red the rest of the 36 chapters. Chapter … Continue reading

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Redaction: Melt Down (chapter 12, unedited)

Chapter Twelve Pressed against the brick pillar of the gas station, Papa Rose peered into the streaming rain and raised his Glock, aiming it beyond the traffic jam of abandoned cars. The hair on the back of his neck brushed … Continue reading

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Redaction: Melt Down Chapter 11 (unedited)

Chapter Eleven Trent Powers set his hand on the pages of the Bible to keep the wind from turning them and bowed his head. Power surged through him as the crowd remained silent. He controlled them. Closing his eyes, he … Continue reading

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Redaction: Melt Down (chapter 9, unedited)

Chapter Nine Mavis stared at the clump of dirt on the Humvee’s carpet. Black rock in brown soil. Another round pinged the vehicle, freeing emotion from the yoke of logic. Sunnie! Her lungs sawed for breath. Lacing her fingers, she … Continue reading

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Redaction: Melt Down (chapter 8, unedited)

Update: The book is done at 130K and after sending it out to critique partners and beta readers, I’ll send it off to the editor. I’m still on track for it to go live at the end of August. Chapter … Continue reading

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Redaction: Melt Down, Chapter 4 (unedited)

Chapter Four “I think a see a miracle at eleven o’clock.” Using the face of a clock to define position, Papa Rose spoke into the mic dangling in front of his mouth like a overfed blowfly. Easing up on the … Continue reading

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Redaction: Melt Down, Chapter 3, unedited

  Chapter  Three “You’re relieving me of command?” Mavis Spanner’s gut clenched. No. This couldn’t be happening. She been working when her son was killed inAfghanistan. She’d gone to the office to file a report when her husband died. Now, … Continue reading

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