MORE ABOUT THE SERIES STORIES
If you want to know more about what lies ahead . . .
The ANOD series of science fiction novels.
The TO SO FEW series of historical fiction novels.
CAP's COMPLETED MANUSCRIPTS, NOT YET PUBLISHED
Cap's work IN PROGRESS & FUTURE PROJECTS
As the header indicates, Cap has outlined, sketched, researched and begun writing several new projects, and keeps a file of many more ideas. Writing and story telling are true pleasures.
To So Few (Book X) - Overlord
U.S. ARMY TROOP build-up is well underway with significant training operations in preparation for Operation OVERLORD. Brian and his comrades transition to the P-51D Mustang and begin long-range bomber escort operations into the heart of Germany. Churchill meets with Eisenhower as the invasion plans are solidified. Charlotte continues to raise their son and expand the Drummond’s business interests as Brian continues his service in a fighter cockpit. The fighter pilots carryout all-out, high tempo operations in direct support of the Normandy landings. With Brian deeply engaged in operations, he is deeply shaken when Charlotte is seriously injured and Ian is tragically killed by errant V1 buzz bomb; Charlotte is shattered, almost gives up, and then vows to have many children so none of them will be alone as she was. Brian participates in ground and escort operations as Allied forces race across France and into Germany where they face the Battle of the Bulge.
The outline for the complete TO SO FEW series of historical fiction novels can be reviewed via this LINK.
A SIMPLE AND honorable farm boy from the San Jaoquin Valley of California saw the tragic events that embroiled the world in August 1914. He heeded his nation's call to arms in the spring of 1917. He joined the United States Marine Corps. After his basic training, he was assigned to 78th Company, 6th Regiment, 4th Brigade, 2nd Division, and soon deployed to France. He was part of the heroic & legendary Marine battles on the Western Front -- Chateau Thierey, Belleau Wood, . This is the story of Private Charles Newton Parlier, USMC -- 1895-1957. [16.12.98]
The Living Gift of Life
THE NATIONAL MARROW Donor Program (NMDP), the keeper of the national registry of volunteer, unrelated, bone marrow donors, saving precious lives from the grips of fatal diseases. This book will be the first, comprehensive history of NMDP, how it came into existence and how it has changed in the first 15 years of its operating life. The outline for The Living Gift of Life is available. [25.3.01]
The screenplay version of Anod's second book will probably wait for some other things to happen first. If anyone has an opinion, let's hear it.
There are many other ideas for follow-on projects as well as entirely new directions.
The desires of Cap's readers are very important!