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I think he’s expecting a dusty ride through the wormhole. Or doesn’t want to be recognized on the other side.  Perhaps he’s only a super hero on the other side? Hmmm….

What do you think? Ready or not? What would you wear the trip through?

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Perilously yours,


P.S. I’m getting close to having a pub date for Dead SpacesSo excited about this book. Has been SO fun to write!

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Be careful what you dig for…

Hope you’re caught up on the series! Relatively Risky and the short story, “Family Treed” come first!

Ready for the Wormhole?
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2 thoughts on “Ready for the Wormhole?

  • March 21, 2015 at 1:00 pm

    It’s questions like – what would you wear through a worm hole? – that spur thoughts of armadillos. Aren’t they the neatest – weirdest little things. They come with all this natural armor and then they can roll totally up into a ball. Someone needs to write something where the hero/heroine has a pet armadillo But if I can’t be an armadillo when I go through the wormhole, I’d go with the explorer style of the Victorian/Edwardian adventurer, Percy Harrison Fawcett, He was the real life inspiration for Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s character, Lord John Roxton in his 1912 book The Lost World. Fawcett also inspired his brother, Edward Fawcett’s stories and characters, especially in the book The Secret of the Desert. Percy Fawcett was a type of real life Indiana Jones. The outfit he’d wear into the depths of the amazon jungle was quite different then other explores wore in his day. His explorer uniform was a Stetson and lightweight tear-proof pants, of course he also wore a shirt and he carried a riffle and a machete. I’m not good with a riffle or a machete but the Stetson a comfortable cotton shirt and tear away pants – incase I get caught on something in the worm hole – sounds as good an outfit as any.

    • March 23, 2015 at 9:40 am

      Armadillos! What a cool idea, to go Armadillo through the wormhole, though your alternate wardrobe sounds very appropriate, too. But I wouldn’t mind some natural armor! You always make fun comments. Thank you so much for coming by!

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