“Endgame” music

“Endgame” is almost out. Bam!

The summary: Following a cataclysmic battle, a sniper captain and four soldiers become trapped on an ice planet 50 million miles behind enemy lines. They have no communications, little food and less ammo. The local wildlife (whales, giant hawks) is taking an interest in them. Best of all, their enemies are returning to the surface in droves.

For months, my head has been filled with scenes and a trailer and the music that might go with them. When they make the movie (Isn’t there a blockbuster coming?!)  this is the song that keeps playing with the trailer: “Moth” by Audioslave.

Other songs on the playlist:

“Don’t Drink the Water” by the Dave Matthews Band. (I prefer the live version from Folsom Field.)

“DT” by AC/DC. (No good video for this instrumental.)

“Wither” by Dream Theater. (To me, the instrumental version found on disc 3 of “Black Clouds” works best.)

“Terminal Frost” by Pink Floyd.

Horizontes Finales” by Enrico Pieranunzi (and Colley and Sanchez).


Endgame cover mockup of green-tinged ice landscape with sniper-scope on gray-skinned Mitasterite's eye

“Destruction” Preview

My war novel “Endgame” is just about published.

Hopefully, some readers will enjoy the adventures of my heroine, sharpshooter captain June Vereeth. She’s been so much fun to work with (as a character) that I’ve decided to give her three more books, all set during the ten-year conflict called The Great War. Each will hopefully be vastly different from the others, though they’ll follow chronological order and, of course, pertain to Captain Vereeth’s particular corner of the conflict. As with the events on P-75, the frozen setting for “Endgame,” the story should always be about people in unusual circumstances.

“Destruction” is writing itself. An image of fogged-in rock pillars came to mind and my goofy brain has run with it. Read it here. Cheers!


Snow mountainous image with red lettering for Endgame and author Justin Edison