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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
So much has already been written on the theory of the human brain being hardwired for belief in the supernatural that this post will be far better served by linking to more in-depth expert dissertations and articles on the matter instead of attempting to explore it myself. Long story short, it’s been posited that people are instinctively geared towards worshipping a higher power. Some religious … Continue reading Hardwired
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These doodles I’ve been doing will become part of a continuously updated online glossary of terms pertaining to the Effugium books. I sketched these in pencil and colored them digitally. The Black Fortress is home to the evil warlord Latro, Proeliator of the Galenian colony world of Bellum. Sitting atop Bellum’s highest mountain, it’s an ever-looming symbol of oppression for some, but an awe-inspiring monument … Continue reading Effugia: the Black Fortress
This nasty little creature is called a Bolligo. It may take a while, but this thing can travel great distances through space by clinging to meteors, asteroids, ship hulls/wreckage and other space debris in the form of dry, dormant fungal dust. It’s got plenty of time on its tentacles, though, because it can live for thousands of years and is harder to kill than Steven … Continue reading Effugia: The Bolligo
Recently it occurred to me that as I spent the greater part of last year writing both the upcoming Exitium as well as a detective novel I’m not going to talk about, I wrote a lot of short fiction. Just to give my mind a rest, you understand. “Writing as a break from writing? What kind of shit is that?” I know. I make no … Continue reading Slices: coming soon