The Battle for Tassi was the single greatest war in the history of the planet. Refresh your memory by going through the numbers.
I’m excited to announce that after several edits and rewrites, Fractal Space is finally published! I’m looking at one final proof of the paperback before I publish that one as well, but for now, you can read the book on Kindle here. With Fractal Space, I’ve deviated significantly from my first novel Trials. Think Space… Read more »
I’m excited to announce that my incredible, wonderful, beautiful, and talented Graphic Designer has once again struck gold with the cover for my newest novel: Fractal Space. Before the unveil, I thought it would be fun to show you the evolution of design and our thoughts behind the final product. 1. I instantly fell in… Read more »
Fractal Space, my newest science fiction thriller, is almost ready to be published! I’m happy to announce that my newest novel is completely finished and just waiting to go through a round of edits before it hits the publishers. In an attempt to get your whet your palette, I’m making the first chapter available for… Read more »
You may have noticed silence from me over the last couple of weeks. Don’t fear, I’m not dead, I’ve just been busy… Crazy busy! It seems like every other week I am traveling around Europe doing my best to work the day job while writing in the evenings. BUT there is a light at the… Read more »
Wormhole Travel is a topic in science and science fiction that has always fascinated me. The problem with writing a science fiction story that involves space exploration is the sheer distance that one would have to travel conventionally in order to reach a habitable planet. We’re not just talking years of conventional travel. We’re talking… Read more »
Here’s a sneak peek at my newest novel’s prologue. Enjoy! “I’m telling you, brother, our time has come,” the young man whispered, barely able to keep his teeth from chattering. Draped in the white fur of an animal native to the planet Coridon, the two men huddled together in a hastily built ice cave… Read more »