HAPPY NEW YEAR

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HAPPY NEW YEAR

A Very Happy New Year to all our readers! May you enjoy long hours of pleasure with RS Perrys Jim Johnson novels and may Najma never get you. Thank you for all your comments and photos. Keep them coming.

Outside your windows some of you will be seeing a warm, sunny day, others will see the snow sparkling or blowing in a cold East wind. Some won’t be able to see anything at all for fog or mist or darkness. Whatever you see , you can be sure that there will be people out there like Jim and Brush, General Crystal and Nielly, fighting against crime and injustice, using their skill and their brains and the latest technology. So while we have been having a good festive season with friends and family, let’s spare a thought for all those who sacrifice their comfort for our safety, whether in the military or any of its unknown branches.

Meanwhile, back at the Ranch, Heather and Duane and their helpers still have the llamas and the rest of the animals to tend to. They can’t take a day off for Christmas or New Year. They have to make sure there is water, not ice for all  to drink, the llamas have to have their salt to lick and they have to be checked to make sure any babies born are warm and cared for as llamas can give birth at any time of year. And very importantly, fences must be checked and made strong and safe as llamas, given the opportunity, like to have a romp  over the country side.

So stay warm and safe and dry by the fire while you can. And look forward to the next Jim Johnson novel, out this year.

Watch this space.

RS Perry
RS Perry is a writer, scientist and adventurer who has sailed across the Atlantic in a small sailboat and been to the bottom of the Pacific in Alvin, the Woods Hole deep submersible. When he is not studying microbes and early life at Imperial College London, he can be found organizing the UK and European Space Design Competitions. He is a screenwriter and member of the Writers guild of America West. Dr Perry loves the Earth’s wild areas, flying, diving and exploring deserts. Before doing a late PhD, he owned a remote ranch in north central Washington State. Educated at the University of Washington he received a Phd in Earth Sciences and a NASA certification in Astrobiology. He has published widely in geochemistry, microbiology, origin of life, linguistics and education. In his spare time he likes to paint.He received a National Science Foundation International fellowship to the University of Oxford and was awarded a Royal Society Fellowship at and Imperial College London where he remains as a Senior Research Scientist. He splits his time between Northern Michigan and London.

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