It took me decades to write my first novel, Slaves on Horseback, a Thriller. It features Stanford, terrorism, arrogant corporate and political power, world domination, and personal relationship devastation. Sound familiar? Here’s what I’ve written on the back cover:
“Nick Shepherd rockets up the UNRC Oil Company corporate ladder at warp speed. As he nears the highly coveted and competitive top spot, terrorism, marriage trauma, and an oil glut divert his trajectory. Nick loses his focus, discovering what used to work for him no longer does. Longevity runs in his family, and he wonders, “Is that all there is?” This leads him to take irrational risks. Or are they so irrational? Nick had lost his way. This is a tale of mystery, leading Nick on a new path which stretches him beyond his imagination.”
Please go to my Amazon Author Web Page for complete details, including a review. It’s available this week in Paperback at this discounted price of $12.76. It’s also available in electronic format at $9.99. Here is the link:
Today I’m posting the audio podcast of Episode Ten of Mr. Wugidgem And The Faces Of Freedom. If you’re joining me for the first time, please scroll down to Episode One.
Last week we marched with Debby, Michael, Emily, and Mr. Wugidgem around the Miraflores Palace. Then we watched soldiers kidnapped Emily, as the children and Mr. Wugidgem lay helpless, with guns trained on them. Today we’ll be with Debby, Michael, and their mentor as they launch an attempt to rescue Emily.
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