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carol said:   February 5, 2014 6:08 pm PST
Hi Bill, I've actually read Joel's book. I like his ideas of Utah and Idaho, but like so many of us, job and family keep me here. I like Colorado Springs and for other types of disasters I think we're okay. I think nuclear war is unlikely, but a currency collapse has a higher probability. With any warning at all I have a safe location outside the city. So you were at McClellan? I was the first woman and had 22 male classmates! Currently working on the final book in the series but will probably bring back Matthew Pennington in a series of his own.

JoAnne Myers said:   February 3, 2014 3:19 pm PST
Hello Carol, I would like to be a guest author on your blog when you have the time. Respectfully yours, JoAnne

Bill Wild said:   February 2, 2014 4:29 pm PST
LOVE the books Carol!!! Looking forward to book 3. Just curious, are you really in the CO Springs area? I only ask because as a survivalist/prepper, it's NOT a good place to be. When SHTF your city is a multi-strike PRIMARY nuke target. I'm an Army vet myself, and also attended CBRN training at that nice little now decommissioned base in Alabama. For detailed UNCLASS info re CO Springs, I encourage you to check out Joel Skousen's book Strategic Relocation. :-)

jo sine said:   January 11, 2014 3:05 am PST
please let me know when #3 is released...thank you jo

Carol said:   January 3, 2014 6:51 pm PST
Thanks for your comments. You're right, of course. I grew up raising chickens, and I meant no fertilized eggs and no new chickens. Then after a few years no more eggs. I'll have to go back and correct that. Book three should be out in March.

Lisa said:   January 3, 2014 1:51 pm PST
Hi! I loved your books. I can't wait to read the next one. I just have one bone to pick. In the second book, you made a comment about not getting eggs without a rooster. We have chickens. You do get eggs without a rooster, you just don't get fertilized eggs - so you would eventually have no more chickens - when the existing chickens died, but you would have eggs until then. I know that's a nitpicky comment, but I just can't help myself. I really did enjoy the books. They read as very realistic and I can see a scenario like that happening. I can tell you have done your research. Maybe I'll get lucky and get on a billionaire's secret list too. :)

carol said:   November 16, 2013 5:52 pm PST
Hi Lisa, Glad you liked the first two books. Third one will be out, hopefully, in Feb or March.

lisa gunther said:   November 16, 2013 10:41 am PST
been some time since a book/books have captured me...brava. now where is book 3? ;)

carol said:   October 13, 2013 7:53 am PST
Hi Bobbie, Glad you liked the books. I'll let you know when "The Search for home" is published. Probably be in early 2014.

bobbie ventura said:   October 9, 2013 7:47 am PST
In my opinion you could be the next Steaven King. Your books are so realistic. They are well written and researched. Some writers just start writing and ramble on pulling from whatever they think they know and end up with a lot of nothing. You have content, emotion and realisiam in every sentence. I bow to your expertise. I was kept on the edge of my seat throughout your books and can't wait for the next segment in their lives. So please be kind enough to inform me when it is released.

carol said:   October 6, 2013 10:37 am PST
Ray, Shelter will be back on Nook in November. Sorry, I had to pull it to do the Amazon Prime thing.

carol said:   October 6, 2013 10:33 am PST
Linda, Thanks for your kind comment. I'm glad you enjoyed my books. Book three is on the way!

Linda said:   October 6, 2013 6:44 am PST
Carol, I have to say I have really enjoyed these two books so far. I read both of them as soon as I could. The characters were so well developed with complete back stories.

Carol said:   September 29, 2013 2:10 pm PST
Hey Kelley, Been a Tech for many, many years. Wanted to put something in the book that reflected our worth! Glad you liked my books. I'm working on the third. Thanks for supporting me.

Kelley said:   September 28, 2013 8:34 pm PST
Hi Carol, Just wanted to say I really enjoyed your books. As a medical laboratory technologist, I especially loved the scene where the physician was having problems with his controls and wished he had a lab tech to help!! Until I read your bio I was shocked at the realism of that scene as most people have no clue how dependent the doctors are on us to provide test analysis and results. I am anxiously awaiting the next book.

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