The Salt People

"The Salt People" is the story of two seemingly opposite communities caught up in an event over which neither has control. To survive the crisis they have two choices: the first leads to destruction; the other to cooperation and the outwitting of a common enemy. More
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About L Lee Devocelle

I believe in the common man and woman and look to them for our common future. I am a philosopher and an author. I am also a mother and grandmother. I spent twenty years in the fields of print and electronic media. That being said, my story is far from simple. I have held at least 15 different jobs and lived in too many places to count. In the mid 80s I traveled to Hamburg and Geneva to collect video footage in pursuit of the now defunct Super Conducting Super Collider. In 2002 I was off to Okinawa, Japan, in pursuit of radon gas on military bases. I have worked in both the public and private sectors and have come to respect all who labor to make our world work.

I was born in the Illinois heartland when its wheels were oiled by factories, farmers and coal miners. In my middle years I moved to Colorado--a long-cherished dream from my childhood. I now live in Indiana near my family, children and grandchildren. I began writing seriously in 1988 and have never stopped. I have completed several novels, short stories and poems. Recently, at a colleagues suggestion, I set my mind to ebook publishing through Smashwords distributors. I look forward to the next chapter of my life's journey!

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About the Series: Future World Books
The reservoir of inspiration in our world is deep. I dare say, bottomless. Future World Books urge you to reach beyond the outlines of history to design a truly equitable planet.

Our greatest adversary is inaction. May these books energize the creative human spirit—guided always by the maxim: Do no harm. Do not judge.

L Lee Devocelle
2018

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