SPECIAL!! 100% of the proceeds from book sales are donated to animal rescue organizations in the US Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico as these organizations work to recover from the devastating blow of Hurricanes Irma and Maria. To help, the e-books have been priced as "Reader's Choice," meaning you determine how much you want to give. I guarantee every cent of it will go directly to these organizations. Think I'm being mercenary to sell books? Then don't buy any. You can make a donation directly to these organizations at:
St. Thomas Humane Society: http://www.hsstt.com/donate.html
St. John Animal Care Center: http://www.stjohnanimalcarecenter.com/donate
St. Croix Animal Welfare Center: https://www.stcroixawc.org/
Animal Rescue Foundation of Rincon: https://arfrincon.org/
Lynne Hinkey is a marine scientist by training, a writer by passion, and a curmudgeon by nature. She spent years hanging out at marina bars around the Caribbean, where she eavesdropped in on fascinating conversations that she then turned into fun stories reflecting the zaniness of island life. She lives in Charleston, South Carolina, with her husband, cat, and two dogs. Her short stories, essays, travel articles, and book reviews have appeared in a number of print and electronic publications. She is the author of three novels: Marina Melee, Ye Gods! A Tale of Dogs and Demons, and The Un-Familiar: A Tale of Cats and Gods. The latter are books 1 and 2 of her Chupacabra Trilogy. The final installment, Ye Goddess! A Tale of Girls and Gods," is in development. When not writing, Lynne is an adjunct professor of biology and an avid, but not accomplished, dog agility competitor. Visit her website at www.lynnehinkey.com.