For those of you who like western Indian tribes, you might like the new book I'm working on now. It centers around the Mountain Shosone Tribe north of Yellowstone - the Sheepeaters - in a present day story about a young ranch hand named Eli Washakie, named after a famous Shosone Chief.
Of course there's trouble afoot and Washakie's got to help his boss, Sourdough Severson overcome big hurdles to survive and save his herd inspite of an incompetent Sheriff. Washakie will have to use everything he learned growing up. His boss isn't exactly the shy, retiring type either. Between the two of them, they have stepped up their odds to that of a snowball's chance in Hell, but don't count out Jethro, Percy and Queenie to whittle them down even more.
Wednesday, September 12, 2012
Finished my first draft manuscript of "Hollow Point" yesterday afternoon. It's a short fiction of modern lore, dealing with a drug ring and the Suquamish tribe on the Port Madison Indian Reservation. More information as it becomes available!
Friday, September 7, 2012
Now I'm all Wi-Fied; Kindled and laptopped up. I have yet to try anything out for fear I'll launch something ominous into space and put someone's eye out! If you see a mushroom cloud, it's just me pressing the "on" button. I'll give you fair warning before it's time to hide under your desks!