Category Archives: Author

Megaflood — The Good Reviews Keep Coming In

It’s great to see reviews of Megaflood written by people who really liked my story and took the time to say so. An example: “Perfect mixture of cataclysmic history, DNA science mystery, and Native storytelling at its finest! Author Thomas … Continue reading

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You Go, Cavegirl!

As my new novel, Megaflood, climbs sales charts at Amazon and other major booksellers, I’d like to take time to thank the person most responsible for the book’s meteoric success: its heroine, Denawe. She’s the young woman, not yet sixteen … Continue reading

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Megaflood Unleashed

Megaflood is here! The ebook and paperback versions of my new natural disaster thriller are being released today. You can find them at all major outlets, from Amazon to Apple Books, to Barnes and Noble, and more. If you took advantage … Continue reading

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Smashwords discounts my e-books in July

Just so’s you’ll know, Smashwords, one of my two book publishers, is having a month-long sale this July—that would be right now! Some titles are free, like my ever-popular novel Rainier Erupts! and my personal favorite short story, “A Dangerous Breed.” Other … Continue reading

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Of Tidal Waves and Tunnels and Highway 99

Imagine an eight- or ten-foot wall of water pouring over the brink of the tunnel entrance. Continue reading

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I saw A’yahos, Seattle’s earthquake serpent spirit

I’ll never forget the ripples underground or the accompanying thunder on the day I met A’yahos, the Duwamish Tribe’s legendary earthquake serpent spirit. I’m a believer now, because I saw him slithering with my own eyes! Continue reading

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How Earthquakes Shaped Seattle’s Landscape

Give a thought to where you’ll drop, cover, and hang on if a landscape-shaping rupture of the Seattle Fault strikes again. Continue reading

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ShakeOut! Did Seattle’s Earthquake Drill Make A Deadly Mistake?

First of all, decide right now that if you experience an earthquake at a game in Seattle, you will not immediately leave the stadium, unless the place is coming down around your ears. Continue reading

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Rugby Daze

Ernest Hemingway, you weren’t so badass. Continue reading

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EARTHQUAKE!

The Great Seattle Earthquake has come–to my doorstep, delivered by overnight express. And it’s a fine and handsome book. Continue reading

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