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A World Apart


Here’s an exclusive look into the first chapter of my newest creation, Avitron Ephemeris Book I.    Memories. Frozen images in time that reveal a piece of who we are. For the young thief Brayden, they don’t exist. When a … Continue reading

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The Blinding Deluge


I’ve seen it time and time again. People get frustrated and bored with the same ten or twelve ideas that spring up. Whether it’s in a TV show, on an album, in a book, or in a film, we all … Continue reading

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The Bus


Here’s a rare glimpse into some of my earlier poetry. The way that the current readership market is trending, why not toss it out for free, too. That’s the new norm, right?   Two roads diverged in Times Square One … Continue reading

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Last One Standing (the shortest story ever)


Originally posted on Flash Point Theater:
It’s either them or me. (Call to action: All right YouTubers: Let’s see your best flash film interpretation of this story done in ten seconds or less. My only copyright requirement for its use…

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Jugaret


Being the Imperial Executioner is not a vocation that you fall into by accident. It is a fate handed to you by your ancestors. As L’Andriel’s bloodthirsty empire crumbles, I pen my final thoughts. I’ve found refuge long enough to … Continue reading

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Barons


Here’s a link to my latest historical fiction work in production entitled Barons. I hope that you enjoy it. Let me know your thoughts. Thanks in advance.     http://www.wattpad.com/69324493-barons

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Poltergiest


Poltergiest.

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Finding November


Being sixteen can be hell, and life at Liberty High isn’t doing Sarah Daniels any favors. Bullies, boys, an abusive mother, and now this: an old journal left to Sarah in her aunt’s will. With each passing entry, she grows … Continue reading

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Seapunk — forging a new genre


This is purely an experiment in writing. The following is a short fiction piece in which I have attempted to take all things steampunk to sea. Please let me know your thoughts and impressions. No time like now to act … Continue reading

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