I have always enjoyed reading science fiction and mysteries because I am interested in future science and puzzle solving. I write about stories of the future that mimic today's social issues. Issues such as greed, retribution, prejudice, political corruption, and what the future could become are some of the concepts I use to illustrate a moral result.
What motivates me? A story I may read in the newspaper, political idiocy, a situation that happened in history, or just anything that I can twist the perspective around. I travel the west with my husband and read about the small towns of the USA as we drive through them.
Who are your favorite authors?
Agatha Christie, Isaac Asimov, H.G.Wells, Rita Mae Brown, Tim Stout, Georgette Heyer
So, what is next in your writing tales?
I'm working on another detective story that will end up on Mars in the future. Artificial Intelligence seems to be an interesting topic now. What if by the actions of an innocent perpetrator who kills is seen only by the recording memory of an A.I. And so the story begins.
From an ordinary housewife who finds herself seeing those who live in the fantasy world, she disappears into another world. After her husband's death, she takes up pottery and goes on a cruise where she encounters fairies and ghosts.
A Tucson police detective of the future chases his suspects Mars and meets one of the aliens for the first time. The murders have a connection to Washington D.C. when he and his wife get to vacation on Mars, someone sets fire to the spaceship in their attempt to destroy a certain android.
Located in the 25th century on Mars and Earth, these first three SciFi sagas involve first contact with an alien species, technology of living on Mars, a detective tracking his suspect, and family theft. Most agree the red planet is a dangerous place where accidents and murder can occur.
A terrorist is destroying android units in the 25th century. Humans make mistakes. A woman leaves an incriminating letter her mother wrote at the Tucson Police Station. One android is compelled to follow the three laws of robotics and helps the detective solve the crime. This is a tale of truth revealed and how death by an innocent can escalate into murder. Updated 4/2518
Jennifer and Robert wanted to be the first humans to travel into deep space with the aliens in their quest of discovery. They discover another planet where the social rules differ from their own. Robert and his alien crew are kidnapped by a ruthless Emperor and accused of Murder.
The crew from the Mars base station in the twenty-fifth century returns to Earth for R&R from the long radiation exposure. Old friends meet and soon Alice finds out that someone is stealing her cousins heirlooms. Greed and retribution still occur in the twenty fifth century. Will the cat and dog save the day?
From a native Navajo boy to Tucson's detective, Alex Blackhawk will cross paths with his enemy until it becomes deadly. Following police procedure, he places a young woman in a safe house as he tracts his suspect to Mars.
Going LIVE In 3, 2, What?
on Sep. 23, 2017
This is a really exciting story that drew me in to read page after page. The descriptions of the character and what he's going through are vivid and engaging.