| Greetings from Fiji, in the South Pacific For those of you who celebrated Christmas Day, especially those with young children, I hope it was all you needed it to be. A celebration of the season, of giving, of being with family or friends. I know that this is a hard time of year for many. It’s the rat race that we left behind.|
While Stanley enjoys some brutal extreme temperatures like -40 degrees, we’re traveling to see my grandchildren (well, my son and his wife, too). They live in Australia, and since I don’t do well on long-haul flights, it’s going to take us a week and a half to get down under. First stop was Hawai’i but it poured rain with high winds for the day we were there. Next stop was Fiji. We were here for Christmas (and are still here), but we’ll be in Adelaide, South Australia for New Year’s. By flying in legs, we don’t spend more than seven hours on the plane at one time with plenty of rest in between flights. I grow incredibly restless on long flights and it gets worse if I’m tired.Here’s me on the beach in Denauru, on the outskirts of Nadi in Fiji. There are very few people at the resort this time of year. The staff in Fiji are incredibly kind. They make it well worth the cost, and I hope our being here helps the resort to keep doing what they do.
|And Stanley is living the high life in the personal care of Uncle Alex. He’s doing great but is perpetually in his gear for walks because it’s that cold.|
|It was exactly one hundred degrees different from when we got on the plane in Fairbanks and got off in Hawaii. That should answer the question of how we can leave our home for Christmas. Experience trumps material gifts, so that’s what we do. Our house sitter is keeping things on track back in Fairbanks.|
All kinds of great stuff to be had today – did you know there was a book that transitioned the story of the Terry Henry Walton Chronicles to the Bad Company? That book is Gateway to the Universe: In Bad Company and it’s free today and tomorrow. Go ahead and pick it up if you haven’t already. And then the entire Bad Company story is available, too. Load up that new Kindle.
I actually have no idea what Boxing Day is but they celebrate it here, so there we are.
And I hope everyone reading this is able to realize internal peace. It’s the greatest gift of all.
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|They say that behind every great man is a great woman…but what if that woman is a Werewolf?|
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What happens when Terry and Char meet Bethany Anne?
They get to do the Empress’ bidding, but not on Earth. With the infamous Valerie of New York, to space they go, to become the Direct Action Branch of Nathan Lowell’s Bad Company. Before they reach Nathan on the other side of the galaxy, they find that space is a dangerous place, even for the wary, especially for the unprepared. Are you ready to join them on their epic journey?
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|Humanity’s greatest export—Justice. Space is a dangerous place, even for the wary, especially for the unprepared. The aliens have no idea. Here comes the Bad Company. |
The Bad Company: Book 1
Colonel Terry Henry Walton takes his warriors into battle, for a price, in this first installment of The Bad Company. He believes in the moral high ground and is happy getting paid for his role in securing it. Set in the Kurtherian Gambit Universe, Terry, Char, and their people—humans, Werewolves, Weretigers, and Vampires—form the core of the Bad Company’s Direct Action Branch, a private conflict solution enterprise. Join them as they fight their way across Tissikinnon Four where none of the warring parties were what they expected.
Book 2, Blockade:
When the Bad Company learns of a human colony blockaded by aliens, they take the upgraded War Axe into battle. Once again, nothing is as it seems, but this time, they find a single enemy, evil to its core. Ending that threat is a cause they are willing to die for. What would you do?
This seven-book series omnibus includes:
The Bad Company
Price of Freedom
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