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Sky Walkers Code Name: Operation Starlight

Hello to anyone looking in. Sky Walkers was formerly Operation Starlight. And now I have removed Sky Walkers whist I re edit and finish Captain Jon Hunter Psychic Spy. Therefore, a series of two. I am going to place the book trailer here for Sky Walkers, only because I can, and since there is not much traffic here at present, it will not spoil a thing when I ascend to the higher status of published. That is, unless a major publisher gets it before you do. LOL

What do you look for in action scenes as readers and writers?

Do you look for an action scene that rivets your eyes to a page, by page, turning to the next until late in the night? Action scenes that reach down your throat making you gasp for breath, or conflict and bold action acts seeming almost impossible to perform, but you love it anyway. And when “The End” arrives, you strut around several hours thinking that you have lived a full life. Realizing in time that you immersed yourself directly into the character’s lives—in the book you had just laid rest. Most of us can relate, and in my opinion, reading…

Heavy Load

The road to the top is tough—beginning with a full load of bricks in your backpack. For every mile of hardship, one brick is unloaded until The End—replaced with gold and temporary glory, you begin again, with a full load of bricks, minus one… in your pack.

Exciting new program for readers of my books.

I am about to launch something that I believe will be exciting for readers and reviewers of my books. Not free giveaways. Free is overplayed and contains superficial value, and not as much significance as a commodity paid for with one’s own resource. That said, many have been helped by free-offers, but my main comment still stands. Most, only receive a true value when sacrifice is made, and not a free hand-out. After you read one of my books. Give an honest review on Amazon, and then come here with your review. When we have at least ten solid reviews,…

Action Scenes–Readers and Writers

What do you look for in action scenes as readers and writers? Do you look for action scenes that rip your arm away from a page, turning to the next until late in the night? Action scenes that reach down your throat making you gasp for breath, or conflict and bold action almost impossible to perform, but you love it anyway. When “The End” arrives, you strut around several hours thinking that you have lived a full life. Realizing in time that you immersed yourself directly into the characters’ lives in the book you recently laid rest. I’ve been there,…

The Sun. A climber scrambling up a mountain.

  Operation Starlight… about the book cover. It has relevance    Joe Hunter, paraplegic… “Vladimir see, Joe have Army-issue NOB, nano-optimum belt. Activate now. Ten minute for belt change, two hard piton/knife from buckle and nine-meter rope to each. We climb now.” “Will do, Vlad. … Oh shit, here they come. The toids are moving fast. The grays … are out of my perception.” “American, we about thirteen meters on assent. You very strong but never make by self. I cannot support your lower extremity longer. Most difficult. I go front you and rope up. You grab any handhold open…

Travel Light Travel High

To all who spend their life in wonder. High on the mushroom of life, a wonder-funder. Inking, while drinking, brain storming—wonder blunder. Nesting and jesting whilst testing wonder cresting. A kaleidoscope of whys, what-ifs, and what fors. I wonder and ponder why wonder wanders. Now young women and young men that seek to explore. In a blink, you will discover the key to the door. Glass looking and searching, exploring life’s plunder —all in the context of the word… wonder.   Think about it. As questions, offer additions. If anything I offer gives you inspiration for something you are working…

D. Owen Powell

Hi, it’s me, D. Owen Powell author of the novel… Operation Starlight, and novelette Turn the Other Cheek Never Look Away. I’m beginning a blog. The name of the blog is… Random, because that’s what it’s going to be… casual, indiscriminate, unplanned, and unedited. My little ramblings for you to think about, elaborate on … maybe some unedited short stories I write for the heck of it. Occasionally sprinkled here and there will be characters from my books. Who they are, what they are like, and possibly, what they have done… before the story unfolded. Oh, and I have been a hypnotist for several…