Ernest Pendergraft


Born in a small town in the Pacific Northwest, I am an avid hunter and fisherman. Although if the truth were told, I haven't been out in years.
Spent four years in the Air Force, stationed at Lowry Air Force Base in Denver, Co.
The rest of my career was as a broadcast engineering manager at several different TV stations.

Smashwords Interview

What's the story behind your latest book?
An Army Captain, now turned Mercenary, gets involved with a woman sent to spy on him, then ends up with her best friend. We see action and adventure on land and on sea. Still a work in progress.
When did you first start writing?
Started writing several years ago. beginning with short stories. The first one I wrote was about a guy that thought he was being probed by Aliens in green suits and masks, then an angel in white comes along. Turns out he had an attack of appendicitis and had been rushed into the hospital. all the ones in his dream were either doctors or nurses.
I showed it to a friend of mine, she asked me if I was on drugs. Needless to say, I never showed her any of my work after that.
Then I got into writing articles for technical magazines. Made good part time money doing that
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Marsh, Issy, and Essie
You set the price! Words: 41,740. Language: English. Published: May 16, 2019. Categories: Fiction » Adventure » General
Marsh dropped Essie’s hand, took two steps to the edge of the cliff, and without hesitation jumped. Essie screamed, her voice shattering the stillness of the forest.
The Indian Warrior and Her Shaman
You set the price! Words: 235,650. Language: English. Published: May 11, 2019. Categories: Fiction » Adventure » Action
She was born on the Reservation some 26 years ago. The beatings and the rape sessions she was told were all her fault; she was evil, she believed it. He was wild and dangerous, a killer. He was to be her healer, her protector; Her Shaman. He shouldered the Winchester rifle and started walking to the top of the hill. This was as good a place as any to start a war.

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