The Jade Bear


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Jade. A land hidden from man in the Swiss Alps. When the resident males reach full development, they can turn into bears, jade bears. They go outside into the world to hunt, for women who are compatible and willing. They rescue their offspring later and bring them to Jade to increase their gene pool. Now two are trapped on the outside. Amanda is clueless about Jade or even this world. Damash of Three knows and wants to return to Jade, with Amanda, his love who is always out of reach. He has a plan for them to make it back together if possible.

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J. Bennington

J Bennington: Fresh out of High School, I spent 21 years in the Air Force, serving in Viet Nam, Thailand, United States, and Germany. After retiring from the Air Force, I drove a limousine under contract for Conrail, moving train crews from stations to trains, and anywhere needed. I wrote 5 books, longhand, while waiting in rail stations, State Prison fields at 2 A M, and forlorn rail crossings right out of Stephen King novels with all the demons and terror. Following that interesting but tiring job, I tackled a few independent businesses that failed. Worked two years in a restaurant as the salad bar manager. Worked 1 year as Electric Meter Reader for the City of Dover, DE. Then a friend arranged a part-time clerical position in the State Probation Office. From there I applied for full-time positions and worked 20 years for the Department of Transportation, selling Hauling Permits to truckers or trucking companies, billing companies for Outdoor Advertising, and later I paid the bills to State Contractors. I retired in February 2014 and now I’m doing what I love, writing and working to publish the books collecting electronic dust over the years.

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