Come in—don’t let the cats out. If you’re allergic, sit in the leather chair.
Throw Chui off if he leaps onto your lap, he’s heavy. Yes, it sounds like Chewy, but it’s spelled C-h-u-i. It’s Swahili, it means “leopard”. A story for another time.
Anything to drink? Help yourself to the snacks.
Tell me about you. Just write it below.
Me? Well there’s bio’s on the website and book cover, but you can ask just about anything. I’ll start with two facts, then you can ask questions and well roll from there!
A fact mentioned in my bio; I once raised miniature horses. This is Daphne, my mare, when she was very pregnant.
The second is her newborn Danny Boy. He’s a few hours old, with the vet performing his first check-up, and the next, a few months old with some very squeal-y neighbor girls! I don’t blame them, he was magical.
Another fact: This is my first book! I’ve had the initial idea in mind since I was a teenager in the military.
I worked a bit with EMP, or electromagnetic pulse generators. They force enemy threats to shut down their surface-to-air missile sites so they cant fire them. Pretty cool.
Ask me about things I’ve posted, or on another subject. I’m delighted you’re here.
See you soon.
J Z York