Besides two new AMOS MEAD ADVENTURE novels that continue the misadventures of Amos and Brigit Mead and Harmon Wetmore, I’m working on a unit history from WWII of the 1st Fighter Control Squadron. This specialized unit was a central figure in my first Amos Mead novel, Code Name: ORION’S EYE. Now I can tell their actual story of combat and lifesaving services in the New Guinea Campaigns.
Two other projects are a different bend for me:
1) A book aimed at teens and young adults that is a guide to discovering what may be driving any uneasiness, sadness, or impatience with life they are struggling with—working title: HELLO ME, Nice To Know You.
1) And the second, working title: The Sound of Children Sleeping, is a tale of Civil War soldier who experienced battle in the killing formations of inept generals and decided there must be a better way to fight, win—and survive. He ends up in a situation of defending his own home using tactics and materials he’s created for a small band of friends.
So that’s what is going on in my little head! Stay Tuned.