Storm Warning: Where Mother Nature Clashes with Human Nature

Overview

What will happen when a fully-fueled bomber from the Air Force base just outside a large Texas city, piloted by a woman named Rory Calhoun, is flung by a fierce tornado into the county's largest, busiest shopping mall?
Begin the day with the mall manager, his assistant, the security officer, and Howard The Weatherman, whose predictions are always uncannily accurate, and in this case, deadly.
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Overview

What will happen when a fully-fueled bomber from the Air Force base just outside a large Texas city, piloted by a woman named Rory Calhoun, is flung by a fierce tornado into the county's largest, busiest shopping mall?
Begin the day with the mall manager, his assistant, the security officer, and Howard The Weatherman, whose predictions are always uncannily accurate, and in this case, deadly.
We follow the characters above and many of the mall's shoppers and store owners. Who lives and who dies?
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781493528516
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 10/18/2013
  • Pages: 134
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.31 (d)

Meet the Author

Although she was raised as a Military Brat, Marilyn Celeste Morris was born in her grandfather's house in Toronto, Texas, a small Southern Pacific Railroad Section six miles west of Alpine. Perhaps as an omen of what would be the next twenty years of her life, the railroad's abandonment of this settlement shortly afterward left her with no "permanent" home.
Schooling consisted of Dependents' Schools while overseas, in Seoul Korea, 1946-47 and Linz, Austria (1949-1952) and various schools stateside. A rarity for a Military Brat, she was fortunate enough to have attended all three high school years and graduated at Lawton Senior High School, Lawton OK. Further education was attained at Cameron State College, Lawton OK, Tarrant County College, Fort Worth TX, and North Texas State University. She received an AAS Degree in Mental Health in 1995.
Morris began her writing career as a guest columnist in the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, and for ten years wrote a weekly humor/human interest column for a weekly newspaper in the Fort Worth TX area.
She has taught creative writing at Tarrant County College, Fort Worth TX, survived numerous book signings and speaking engagements; and is experienced in interviewing on both radio and television.
When not writing or editing emerging writers' manuscripts, Morris enjoys searching for former classmates and true to her Brat heritage, she has a suitcase packed under the bed, ready to travel at a moment's notice.

Marilyn Celeste Morris may be reached by email: marilyncmorris@sbcglobal.net to schedule a speaking engagement or arrange for editing services.

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