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This amulet, discovered on a body in a bog in my new novel Megaflood, is a central clue to happenings 14,000 years ago. Not only is it a priceless artifact and focus of present-day conflict between tribes and museum researchers, but … Continue reading
I got my first physical copy of Megaflood today. There’s nothing like the thrill of holding the product of so much hard work in hand. The cover is a thing of beauty and, like the story itself, required much background … Continue reading
Here’s a fun one: a roly-poly armored dinosaur. As far as I know, no one has ever published a picture of this creature in this rolled-up pose—until now. If you don’t believe me, google “ankylosaur images” and see if you … Continue reading
Is through his stomach, right? Well, that may apply to T rex, but what about all those plant eaters? In my Dinosaur Wars books I always explore new possibilities for dinosaurian looks, behaviors, and… attitudes. For example, in the first … Continue reading
Just as you get nice and immunized with COVID-19 vaccine, along comes a new terror—the viral variant! Deadlier strains of COVID are cropping up with alarming frequency. Such mutational shifts allow the new viruses to circumvent the immunity you acquired … Continue reading
Folks in the stadium area will have only a few minutes to make up their minds whether they’ll flee to safety–or die. Continue reading
This photo of the West Seattle Freeway Bridge shows you two things: 1. It’s a marvel of modern engineering, a huge construct of reenforced concrete that crosses the Duwamish River in a single arching high-rise span. 2. It’s empty of … Continue reading
In my book, a virus emerges from nature at the northwest tip of the Olympic Peninsula. People start dying. Contagion is rampant. The CDC calls for desperate measures including quarantines. The National Guard intervenes in the interest of public safety. Does any of this sound familiar? Continue reading