Welcome to my homepage. A published author since 1994, I finally have recovered my name – my Amazon page – and pages on Facebook.
Still lots to do here and you can find my books by following the Amazon link. Also working on some new ones – both The Spirit Journey and Witchmaker Twine are doing very well. For a little entertainment I am putting a few videos. More to come.
Catspaw is an exciting novel – a science-fiction adventure which unfolds from the deep research lab, where Jeff and his team make a breakthrough at Stanford Labs and leads him deep into the Yucatan jungle in search of the final part of the mystery. Krista Brinks enters his life, one shaken by divorce, the end of his research grant, and night after night of going to the Distillery watching the world through sad eyes with a heart of a man who has failed in everything. This is a love story – one of obsession- passion – bitter defeat with rich characters and high pitched action and dialog. It is Catspaw – one who is used by another – and yet it is the journey not the destination which will leave one even at the end wanting more.
Review by -Melody Dempsey
Jeff, a Biological Researcher at Stanford University, along with his research partner Tom, are trying to find the missing link in the human genome. Jeff, besides being a brilliant Biological Researcher, also has an incredible and insatiable sexual appetite.
JB Michaels takes you through many twist and turns throughout this fascinating novel! From the lab at Stanford University, where Jeff and Tom use dark, immoral techniques for their research work, to the depths of the Life Center, where chambers are housing cadavers, proving to be quite gruesome at times, to the depths of the Rain Forest, where terror and death come to those who are not prepared!
I give Catspaw, five stars!
|The Opening on Amazon Kindle
Around a blazing fire were drums and the sound of them filled the air. Feather quickly got off of her horse, Kachina, and felt herself surrounded by the music and her heart filled with the undulating rhythm and singing voices that echoed in the great forest.
|My Second Life on Amazon Kindle
There was a violent thunderstorm and without warning, a searing bright flash of lightening lit up the small park by the courthouse near Jack Gates’s second floor office. The bolt struck a leafless tree in the small West Virginia town setting it on fire. This seemed like an ominous event to Jack on Christmas Eve. The park was clearly visible from his window. The flash, which lasted less than a second, illuminated his silhouette next to a large malamute dog on his lap on the dark wood panel wall. He had been on the computer for hours in his large office; several times the lights had flickered menacingly. In the dead of winter, with a temperature of eight degrees Fahrenheit, was not a good time to lose light and heat. Snow continued to pile up beyond the reach of the snowplow he heard going by breaking the dead silence. It made his room seem like a tomb.
He looked through his window to see a flaming tree. Above the scene in the courthouse park, the sky was filled with grey clouds, which had hidden the sun for weeks. This added to the dreary world, that Jack lived in. For a moment he paused, the image of the shadow on the wall etched on his mind. “I am now in the Abyss,” he thought.