Tag Archives: The Neah Virus

My Appearance at the Burien Library Saturday

Come on down to the Burien Library and grab a copy or two of my thriller novels, personally autographed by me. And maybe a couple of spares as holiday gifts? Continue reading

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The Awesomeness of Spirit Cove

Spirit Cove. Here Raven bit the shore, in the days when he was a giant, to carve out a home for the animals–and humans too. Continue reading

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Ebola convalescent serum–I should have guessed!

It’s all becoming clear: the CDC has been planning to use convalescent sera all along. That’s why they imported a couple of moon-suited ebola patients. Continue reading

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Ebola vaccine overnight!

I could use methods I developed years ago, to create an ebola vaccine overnight. No, really. Continue reading

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Ebola, anyone?

“Are we in danger?” I asked. McKean stared at the screen for a moment and then murmured, “Answer: unknown.” Continue reading

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Tribal Whaling in The Neah Virus

Caution. You may find yourself turning pages of the Neah Virus at a feverish pace. Almost as if you had The Neah Virus fever. You might even find yourself praying to the whales for help. Continue reading

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Symbolism of The Raven

Edgar Allan Poe isn’t the only one to use the dark symbolism of the Raven in his writings. This inky harbinger of death and evil has been a perennial favorite of storytellers for centuries, if not millennia. So, can you … Continue reading

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Serpent Symbolism in The Neah Virus

While I was researching this novel over a period of a decade and more, the two-headed beast kept popping up until I began to feel it represented some sort of communication coming to me from “the other side.” Continue reading

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The Neah Virus – Published!

The Neah Virus tells of a deadly new virus that arises on the Makah Indian Reservation, killing non-Native Americans but leaving Makahs untouched. Continue reading

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Help me judge my book’s new cover

How about this book cover? I’d love to get some opinions before it’s published. Continue reading

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