Earth No More-Book 1-The Crossing

“Just as I feared,” Derek mutters as the thunder rolls over us from outside the cave, “it’s raining, with lightning to boot. We might as well set up here for the time being. Don’t want to be out on the water when it’s a lightning storm.” We did not bother with the tents, we are in a cave anyway, just everything else for one more night in the wilderness. More

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  • Category: Fiction » Fantasy » General
  • Words: 58,680
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781301611201
About Leland Hoburg

Here is a brief summary of my work experience: Currently I work as a Customer Service Agent (CSA II), providing customer service to new and current customers, and Tier 1 support for Kindle. Just prior to I was a self employed writer and blogger, before that I worked for five years as a Store Manager for Radio Shack at stores in Illinois, Iowa, Ohio, and West Virginia. I have four years experience in the educational field at primary, secondary, and university settings, as a Substitute teacher for the Henry, Stark, and Bureau counties (Illinois) Regional Office of Education, as a Graduate Tutor at the Western Illinois University Writing Center-Quad Cities campus and as a Classroom Distant Learning Facilitator. I have thirteen years experience in the food service industry and culinary arts. I have nine years experience in Retail Management in both Specialty Stores and Department Stores.
Here is a brief summary of my educational background: I have an earned Master’s degree in Business Administration (2004) from Western Illinois University with concentrations in International Business, Marketing, and Finance. I also have an earned Bachelor’s degree (1999) in Liberal Arts with minors in Marketing and Management from Western Illinois University-Quad Cities, and an earned Associate’s degree (1990) in Culinary Arts from Black Hawk College.

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