About the Author
L. D. Holcomb was born in Baker, Oregon, on February 13, 1948, and after his father returned from the Korean War, his family moved to Chester, California. He attended California State University, Chico, from 1966 to 1973, where he received a Master of Arts in English with a minor in art. He has taught English in middle schools, high schools, and community colleges, including Butte Community College, American River College, Merced College, Fresno City College, Modesto Junior College, and Western Nevada Community College. He has also traveled to many places in the world: Moscow, Kiev, Odessa, Athens, Crete, Malta, Amsterdam, London, Canada, Mexico, Panama, Philippines, Laos, Cambodia, Thailand, and Malaysia. His other two published novels are THE LIBIDINAL JITTERS: A SASSY FANTASY and THE LAST YAHI: A NOVEL ABOUT ISHI. He currently resides in the Great Basin of Nevada, and he is actively writing, painting, and planning his next adventure.