Nancy Bailey


Nancy lives in Northern California with her husband, Richard. She has been published over 200 times, and at present writes articles for a Christian publishing company. She was born in Southern Illinois and moved to Alaska when she was 14, where she experienced many of the scenarios depicted in her novel. Frigid and harsh living conditions, loneliness and the inability to travel, was common. She learned to respect, and emulate the hearty nature of Alaska's sourdoughs—(those who have learned to adjust, and choose not to live anywhere else, or as some have said, those who are sour on the state, but do not have enough money to leave). Due to the mass production of drones and devaluing of human life, Nancy believes her book is not only possible, it is probable. It is free of profanity and sexual scenes, but does contain realistic scenarios that such an attack would present.

Smashwords Interview

How has Smashwords contributed to your success?
I am too new to Smashwords to give an in depth answer, but I can say I really appreciate the opportunity it is giving me to publish my books in so many sites at once. I would love to answer this question again in the future.
What is the greatest joy of writing for you?
My mind is so active, writing is the healthiest outlet I have to put my feelings, or a story, on paper which I can visit anytime.
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Where to find Nancy Bailey online

Where to buy in print


The Valley
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 94,150. Language: English. Published: April 20, 2017. Categories: Fiction » Thriller & suspense » Action & suspense, Fiction » Thriller & suspense » Spies & espionage
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A nation-wide, drone delivered viral attack caught BLM geologist's, Craig and Richard, two hundred miles from home. With death nipping at their heels, they fought their way back to Seattle, and began a desperate, and heart warming effort to survive, in a frigid, and isolated setting, in Canada's Selwyn Mountains, learning existence is more than food, shelter and clothing.

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