The Journey Home:
The Wilsons' Saga Book One
No easy Road
It’s said that love conquers all, but it will take a lot more than love for the Wilsons to fight through a world without the things they’ve come to depend on—Google Maps, telephones, police, civil order—not to mention the zombies and crazed humans, and make it home. Each will have their strengths tested and their weaknesses exposed in ways they never imagined. Plus, they’ll learn how an apocalypse brings out the best, and the worst, in themselves and their fellow humans.
I’ve been a reader since I could hold a book, and while I gravitate toward action and adventure I’m a huge fan of great writing (especially if there are dogs and or a strong female protagonist) so I’ll read anything from Dostoyevsky to YA fantasy as long as the author draws me in with their voice and characters I care about. (Check out my book reviews). I’ve wanted to write almost as long as I’ve been reading, but didn’t start until NaNoWriMo in 2014 (Check out my blog post about that here). Since then, I’ve completed two novels, started another and written a few short stories (which you can read here). I also graduated from The Book Project at Lighthouse Writers Workshop in Denver, Colorado.
When I’m not writing or spending way too much time doing “research” (blog post coming soon) on youtube and diving deep into the internet (my search history could be a problem if someone close to me disappears under suspicious circumstances) my wife and I are outside looking for new places to wear our two dogs out. Two years ago we went insane and moved into a 38foot travel trailer. Now, I do my writing on the road while traveling the country looking for farmers markets and coffee shops. “More research” we are calling it.