Most of you know me as a quilter first and foremost. But there are other aspects of my life that you know very little about. So this blog is a bit of a departure. My husband and I have three children—two sons and a daughter. We are proud of all of them. Our oldest, Sean, works in my quilting business, our daughter, Kiran, is an emergency room doctor and our other son, Darren, worked for NASA on the Space Shuttle program for ten years and then left to pursue his interests in science and web technology.
Darren is the one who more than 20 years ago came for a visit and told me he needed my credit card because he had to do something for my business. He said to just trust him, because if he told me what he was going to do I would probably say no.
The outcome of that was that he had designed and set up a website for me. He needed my credit card to make it go live. That was the beginning of my web site and his creativity and technical knowledge helped to make the site what it is today.
Book 1 of the Anghazi Series, Casimir Bridge, has just been released. It combines political intrigue with realistic science and technology to create a science fiction thriller. Its unique blend of genres will appeal to a wide audience.Here are the bullet points from the back cover:
*A deep space survey ship is lost while exploring the distant Rho Indi star system.
*A nuclear terror plot is thwarted just across the river from Washington, D.C.
*A conspiracy is uncovered to lay blame on the company that holds the key to interstellar travel.
*The search for truth crosses four star systems and five planets in its attempt to determine who is behind the conspiracy that could threaten the very future of humanity.
If you or someone you know are interested in a fast paced, heart pounding thriller set in a science fiction backdrop, give this book a try. It is available in Kindle format or paperback on Amazon and a variety of ebook formats on Smashwords. If you order from Smashwords, you can use the coupon code HE83G to get it for 50% off until April 10th.