My personal love affair with the Yellowstone region began when I attended geology field camp south of Jackson Hole. I have since visited the park in every season, accessing the rich land, the wildlife, and man’s history there.
Rain of Fire was the Winner of the Action/Adventure (Fiction) category of the 2020 Next Generation Indie Book Awards.
The Yellowstone Series was a finalist in the Series category of the 2020 Next Generation Indie Book Awards, including Summer of Fire, Rain of Fire, and Lake of Fire.
The US Review of books has reviewed Summer of Fire, Rain of Fire, and Lake of Fire, and has given all three the coveted RECOMMENDED status.
Summer of Fire was chosen by the judges of the 2020 Eric Hoffer Award to be a finalist in the E-book Fiction category – placing it in the top 10% of all entrants.
"She was bound to this land, by blood and by a book that reached to her through the years."
"Who's going to believe something's going on underneath all this peaceful beauty unless we bide our time and gather evidence?"
"'There was once a great volcano here. The lake fills its crater,' Cord observed. She’d seen obsidian here in the park and other once-molten rocks."