EFFUGIUM EXSILIUM EXITIUM ANSHAR THE ACT OF LAUGHING LIBERTY MOON GARDEN GRAVE CONCERNS SLICES Continue reading All of my currently available books
I happened to check my Amazon listings yesterday and noticed a new review had popped up. I was delighted to discover that it was thoughtful, fair, well-thought out. I absolutely love this review, because a complete stranger took note of the originality of my Kryuss Trilogy. Called the writing excellent. Two major things I was shooting for. The goal was to be as bizarrely unique … Continue reading What a great review.
Logan Hayes is a down-on-his-luck private detective hired by the family of a murdered man to obtain answers that the local authorities have thus far failed to provide. During the course of his investigation, long-buried secrets are uncovered that will take him places he’s only visited in nightmares. Read it HERE Continue reading Harm’s Way: now live on Kindle Vella
Here’s what became of six of the biggest icons the sixties had to offer, and what they’re up to now! Continue reading Where are they now? ‘60s icons Edition
“Do you know where Vidalia Onions come from?” “I’m sorry, what?” The woman seems distracted as she rummages through the large dump bin of sweet onions I’ve just spent twenty minutes culling and rotating. It’s a question I still ask most customers, but by and large they don’t seem to find such trivia as interesting as they once did. They’re certainly much more self-absorbed and … Continue reading Alienated
The Act of Laughing Continue reading “The Act of Laughing” free this July 4th
Effugium Exsilium Exitium Continue reading FREE THIS SATURDAY FOR KINDLE: THE KRYUSS TRILOGY
From Trekker Things Continue reading How about some more Star Trek memes?
I’ve been into science fiction since I was a kid, but more often than not I find myself wishing it was a little less stuffy and pretentious, and a little more human and real. I’m far less interested in the nuts and bolts of sci-fi than I am the idea of everyday people reacting to and adapting to extraordinary circumstances. Douglas Adams made science fiction … Continue reading Exitium has arrived.
Originally posted on Effugium:
People are full of opinions and convinced that what works for them can be plugged into everyone else’s life and work for them as well. Me? I recognize that it takes all kinds to make the world go ‘round, and the Kryuss Trilogy is designed to resonate with all of them. Every allegory has a double or even triple meaning, but… Continue reading The EFFUGIUM Agenda