I have spent most of my working life as an engineer of one sort or another (broadcast engineer, software engineer) and people who know that side of me are surprised when they learn about the writing side. I like science and engineering because I like to know how things work, and I like the arts because I like to know how people work.
It took me 50 years to graduate from college, because I kept getting distracted by life, but I finally earned a BA and MS in Computer Science. Having accomplished that, I started writing a novel, which turned into a trilogy. I don't know why I needed that degree to write, at last, the book that I always knew was in me trying to get out. Maybe I just needed to be old enough.
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When Women Were Warriors Book III: A Hero's Tale
(4.33 from 3 reviews)
In Book III, Tamras must make her own hero’s journey. She ventures into the unknown and encounters a more formidable enemy than any she has ever faced. Character is destiny, and the destiny of Tamras and all her people will depend upon choices that come less from the skills she has been taught than from the person she has become, from her own heart.
When Women Were Warriors Book II: A Journey of the Heart
(4.67 from 6 reviews)
Tamras’s apprenticeship as a warrior isn’t turning out quite the way she expected. Her unconventional choices lead to her crossing swords, almost literally, with Vintel, the war leader of Merin’s house. She finds herself embroiled in a power struggle she is doomed to lose, but the loss sends her on a journey that will change her destiny and decide the fate of her people.
When Women Were Warriors Book I: The Warrior's Path
(4.70 from 10 reviews)
Winner EPIC 2010 Ebook Award in the Mainstream category!
Tamras arrives in Merin’s house to begin her apprenticeship as a warrior, but her small stature causes many to doubt that she will ever become a competent swordswoman.
Tamras will make a series of choices that seem insignificant, but they will flow from her character and from her good intentions, and they will determine her destiny.
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