STORM AT DAWN - COMING SOON!
The continuing drama and intrigue at Rubicon is coming in late Summer, 2019.
Pre-orders will begin soon.
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WE ARE MARS
Get your copy of We Are Mars, now, at these book retailers.
• Amazon.ca • Amazon.com
• Barnes & Noble
• Chapters Indigo (Canada)
• Booktopia (Australia)
• Fishpond (New Zealand)
• Book Depository
Also available on iBooks
(search: We Are Mars).
Remember if you’re ordering the Paperback, it is print-on-demand and will take a little longer to arrive. Why POD? Well, fewer books in print is my way of helping reduce waste and save trees. Enjoy your book!
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The Rubicon Saga, Part Two, Storm at Dawn tells the story of Dana, Jaxon, Darius, Lenny, Chuck and others as they continue to fight for their lives and freedom on Mars.
Mars’s Rubicon settlement is home to Dana, Jaxon, Ridley, Chuck, Lenny and Maliyah. When they are taken by surprise by a deadly threat, it’s a desperate fight to stay alive. Battling unseen evils, can they work together to avert disaster?
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