So many of you know that I’m a runner, and that I managed to injure myself a while back. It’s been a long and very slow recovery, but I’m starting to see light at the end of the tunnel. I’ve been going to physical therapy a couple times a week, taking NSAIDs, and not running (which has been the hardest thing to do, er, not do). The good news in all of this is that I’ve been spending more time researching the third book in the series. Now that my notes are taken and the writing has begun, however, I’m ready to run again and tap into those endorphins.
PROLOGUE: A BLACK CONDOR DIPPED her featherless head and flapped her wings, straining for height. Another vulture drifted in front of her, forcing the condor to climb higher in the crowded wheel of circling birds. The condor struggled, her body weak from having little to eat over the past month. The sun had yet to… Read more »