Nomad’s Journal

Nomad’s Journal

They say that behind every great man is a great woman…but what if that woman is a Werewolf?

Nomad’s Journal is a supplement to the Terry Henry Walton Chronicles. This collection of short stories fills in some timeline gaps from the main series, adds depth to some of the characters, and hopefully adds more color to TH & Char’s universe.

It is probably best read in conjunction with the series, taking care with the timeline to keep events in a chronological order.


For those who don't want hints to the ending of Bethany Anne and Michael being back together, skip the added extra chapter at the end of the book! 

The reviews for Terry Henry Walton are amazing!

“Darn if that wasn't one fine story. Craig Martelle has really out done himself in the final book in this leg of Terry Henry Walton's journey to the stars. Excellent from start to finish.”

“It's been a great ride from the beginning and the apocalypse to looking forward to the reunion of BA, Michael and all the TH family. I have thoroughly enjoyed every word I've read. Likely will need to start over and read them again before blasting off to the stars. Some apocalyptic books are depressing. End of the world and everything sucks. Great job on making it a different story. Hope, love, ingenuity, humor and a dang good story line.”

From the American Revolution where a Forsaken, a vampire named Joseph stood in the presence of Patrick Henry and the other founding fathers to the time when mankind prepares to leave Earth for the next great adventure, there’s a little something for almost everyone.

·       Gene and Fu

·       Sue and Timmons

·       Joseph and Petricia

·       Kaeden and Marcie

·       Terry and Char

·       And more.

Enjoy the stories. Enjoy the world where justice is mankind’s most significant export.

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About the Author
Craig Martelle

with Michael Anderle

I see my other lives, a career in the Marines, those damn hand-written tests in law school, a business consultant, as if they're stories from a book. I see my books as if I lived there, as if I were friends with the characters. All things we remember are behind us, only those we imagine lie before.

I'm not sure which place I prefer, but I don't have to choose. They live together in my mind. My books have some award nominations, they have bestseller tags across multiple countries. I write about justice, honor, and loyalty because that's what I care about. My stories are mostly set within worlds that haven't been, but could be. We have to be ready.

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No matter where I went, I always had a book with me. Thanks to 21st Century technology, I now have hundreds of books loaded on my phone and always with me. This breakthrough allows me to binge read my favorites. How many books would I have read on deployments had I not had to have a physical book with me? I paced myself so I wouldn't finish too quickly.

We aren't encumbered like that now. I love the works of Robert Heinlein, Anne McCaffrey, JRR Tolkien, Robert E. Howard, and so many more. I have been compared to Andre Norton and that is humbling - she was an incredible author with a huge list of novels to her credit. With every new book, I aspire to live up to those that you, the readers, have compared me to.

Through a bizarre series of events, I ended up in Fairbanks, Alaska. I never expected to retire to a place where golf courses are only open for four months out of the year. But that's the way it is. It is off the beaten path. My wife and I get to watch the northern lights from our driveway. Our dog has lots of room to run. And temperatures reach fifty below zero. We have from three and a half hours of daylight in the winter to twenty-four hours in the summer.

It's all part of the give and take of life. If we didn't have those extremes, then everyone would live in the sub-arctic.

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