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What does it take to colonize a new world? It takes sacrifice and will. Are you willing to sacrifice everything?

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Al Clark (Book One)

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Al Clark-Earth (Book Four)

At last, the first draft of the newest addition to the Al Clark Series is complete. I struggled toward the end, but persevered. No good story will allow me to quit. Now begins the task of proofreading before sending it out to be edited. This is the fun part. The story is recorded. That is what counts.

Al Clark (Book One)

The adventure begins:

AL CLARK
Standing at the top of a grass covered hill, with a sweet smelling breeze at his back, he reveled in the bright morning sunshine of a perfect spring day. Jagged heights filled the horizon as the sun hoisted itself up and kissed the mountain tops.

In the valley below, a small idyllic village was shaking off the night and was well into the process of beginning a new day. The faraway villagers appeared to be enjoying the day as much as he. Someone was running up the hill towards him, yelling something—a couple of words over and over; maybe a name, maybe a warning?

He cupped his ears with his hands to better hear what the person was saying, but the sounds came muffled and distorted; carried away by the wind. The person got closer and closer, arms and legs pumping, and the words began to get clearer until just on the verge of understanding, the scene turned a blinding white and then quickly—faded to black.

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Elephant Bookshelf

Today’s post is from my children’s collection. I’m no longer sure where the idea came from, but it makes sense that elephants would make perfect bookends. The only trouble is, the shelf would have to be really-really strong.

(Cut paper and markers)

Al Clark (Book One) for FREE

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Synopsis:

Al Clark wakes inside a coffin-like box, in a place he does not remember.  Amnesia leaves him with nothing to draw on. Without clues to explain his situation. Even his name has been wiped from his mind.
His new moniker comes from a faded placard outside the door of the small compartment containing the  metal box where he woke. The sign is old, and hard to make out, but it looks like Al…Clark.
At forty-something, Al is beginning a new life.  A brand new life without the benefit of experience to guide him.

It is the beginning of a quest that will take him to places he could not imagine, manage feats he would not have thought possible, and teach him the value of true friendship.

 

The End is Near

I am writing the final chapter of Al Clark-Earth (Book Four), which brings me great joy. Finally, the truth about Al’s origins will be revealed. Soon, I will begin the editing process, which I find both arduous and fulfilling. As soon as I write ‘The End’ on the first draft, I will arrange for the cover to be created. This is the point where writing becomes fun.

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FREE Giveaway

In a few short months I will celebrate five years as a published author. The experience has been; enlightening, educational, addictive, and–at times–frustrating. After a lifetime of work and raising a family, I finally managed to write some of the stories that percolated in my mind all my life. At sixty years of age I wrote Al Clark (Book One), and believed I had a good grasp of the English language. What I learned was that I had a lot to learn. There are words that have more than one meaning. Different meanings can be described with a multitude of words, all with a slightly different interpretation. In five years my vocabulary has expanded, my word choice has improved, and my imaginings have become easier to portray. In short, it’s been quite the adventure.

Each book has been revised several times, as my skill progressed, leading to increasingly better reviews. My favored genre is Science Fiction, and I’ve published four books to date.

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AL CLARK (Book One) A Sci-Fi Adventure

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VINCENT – An unusual hero

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The Great Starship, Rama

My tribute to a Sci-Fi legend.

“It was at this point that the computers began flashing their ‘We have something interesting’ sign, and, for the first time, 31/439 came to the attention of human beings. There was a brief flurry of excitement at SPACEGUARD Headquarters, and the interstellar vagabond was quickly dignified with a name instead of a mere number. Long ago, the astronomers had exhausted Greek and Roman mythology; now they were working through the Hindu pantheon. And so 31/439 was christened Rama.” (Arthur C. Clarke – Rendezvous with Rama)

 

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