Did you have a good Christmas? Or, if that’s not what you celebrate, did you have a good Friday?
There was a FLASH SALE on all three of the Cassidy novels and we gave away over THREE HUNDRED copies of the various novels! WOW! That support is amazing!
If you missed out, don’t worry; you can still read them all for free if you have Kindle Unlimited. Here’s the link to the series so you can check them out: CLICK HERE.
But you’re not here for that, are you? No, you want more NEW Cassidy, don’t you? You bet you do!
“How the hell are we supposed to do this?”
“Well, Shooting Star, I’d say we’re going to have to do it the way I did it, when I was the only qualified IP on the Direwolves: long hours and lots of coffee.”
The look that Lieutenant Ashlyn Bontrager, current XO of the Nymeria Squadron of Direwolves, and just-announced Commander (Designate) of the soon-to-be-formed Red Squadron shot her friend and commander, Senior Lieutenant Daniela Garcia, was exasperated.
“We’ve been doing coffee and long hours since we got the fourth division,” she complained.
“And we’re going to be doing it while you work Red Squadron up,” Daniela shot back, filling up her own cup. They were aboard Njord, in the squadron’s office, and one rule was that the coffee was never allowed to run out or get stale. “More?”
“Half. Where do I even start?”
“Since you get to take your division with you, I’d start by naming your XO. That’ll give you someone to be your eyes and ears and back you up.”
“Oh, no, Star, you’re not getting me to make your decisions for you. Remember, not only do I have to break in a new XO, but I’m going to get to break in twelve of the new pilots while you deal with six.”
“Fair enough, I guess,” admitted Ashlyn.