Mr. Babb is a retired executive/engineer, US veteran, senior and a traditionally published
author of ten books. He is originally from Oklahoma, but work has taken him to South
Florida to South Texas and finally to Southern California where he spent twenty-five years
before retiring to sunny Arizona. Prior to beginning his career in Cable TV, he served in
the US Navy in communications and traveled the world. His education includes Western
Oklahoma State College, Amarillo College, DeVry Institute of Technology, National Cable
Television Institute (NCTI), and he currently holds an FCC license in communication.
As a business executive, his previous writing experience had been directed toward letters,
memos, proposals, and reports, however he has always enjoyed the magic that can be spun
with words to sell, convince, or inform those targeted. Earth is Ours was his first effort
toward spinning a tale of entertainment. The telling of this story and weaving the words
provides a very exciting and entertaining saga, which won Best Fantasy/SciFi 2005 from the
prestigious San Diego Book Awards Association. The sequel, Target Earth, won Finalist 2006
from the same awards. The third of this series, Earth's Dragons, was published in 2010.
Mr. Babb is now retired, living in Phoenix, Arizona with his wife Junie and three small
dogs, whose antics find their way into many of his works. Gary now writes full-time,
having published books in numerous genres: Fantasy series; Earth is Ours, Target Earth,
Earth’s Dragons; a biography, The People’s Warrior; a SciFi series, Genesis Logs and
Genesis Prime; a YA Fantasy, Dark Angels of Zeus; and Bathroom Politics. Two new SciFi
thriller series have recently been launched with Apocalypse, and its pending sequel,
Aquatic Humanoids, and Star Children, with two additional books pending publication.
Visit the author website at:http://www.garywbabb.com
(Gary W. Babb)
Incredibly, Mike Brannon wins the Power Ball Lottery of almost 300 million dollars, but he already knows how he will spend it. In point of fact, he had been given the winning numbers in advance by aliens for the express purpose of funding and building a survival community prior to Earth’s impending collapse of civilization and fall into chaos.
The near extinct humanoid aliens are escaping their dying water world. This “Blue Team” hopes to help and merge with a human survival team in hopes of saving their race, in part, by in-breeding with humans for their needed DNA diversity. They have some limited ability to view the future and use this ability to obtain the winning lottery numbers. They also witnessed the future impending collapse of Earth’s civilization, which would also mean their certain doom as a race as well. While en route to Earth they recruit Mike Brannon via Earth’s Internet to build this survival community and provides the funding source via the Lottery.
Mike recruits one hundred menage survival members of young, single, educated members to help him build and defend this community. This survival community hopes to remain sequestered for a minimum of two years or until all the rioting and lawlessness runs its course. Afterwards, they hope to help rebuild civilization.
Three of Mike’s first recruits are, like himself, Cherokee Indians. He is the business manager in charge of the project, but one of his recruits is a real estate agent and attorney. Another is an accountant, while the third is a marine biologist/botanist. These three recruits all happen to be sisters protecting each other’s future survival. Out of necessity due to the unusual survival nature of the situation, they become involved romantically and sexually with Mike. Much has to be accomplished quickly, and conflict with the outside collapsing society develops even quicker, forcing them ever more dependent on each other.
The community of ex-military security, doctors, dentist, farmers, engineers, etc. buys land and builds a “Castle” on the shores of Lake Tinklier in a remote area of Oklahoma. Supplies, equipment, weapons, food stores, and everything imaginable for future survival are stocked. Even before the final collapse of civilization and roaming gangs, the community must defend their supplies from FEMA intent on taking them.
CONTENT WARNING: Contains adult themes (erotica) which are unsuitable for persons under 18 years of age.
No. words: 108904 We do not recommend this book for readers under 18 years of age
Style: Action/Adventure, Science Fiction Erotica, Aliens - Science Fiction Erotica
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Product type: EBook
Published: 9 / 2020
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