The Life and Death of Herbert the Star
This illustrated children’s story covers the birth, life, and death of a very special star and his planetary friends.
The Very Strange Universe of Doctor Natalia Zeal
The Very Strange Universe of Doctor Natalia Zeal is narrated by a mysterious girl and follows a scientist named Dr. Natalia Zeal as she explores the cosmos. At times, the novel shifts focus to other characters like Natalia's wife, strange creatures, and other minor cast to complete this mysterious sci-fi/adventure/romance-infused story. This book is an ode to women in science and female character-driven stories.
Published on January 30, 2019 (Paperback coming soon)
A Working Title
Based in North Texas, "A Working Title" is a short fiction about a boy named Eric Wood and how he copes with his past relationships through writing an autobiography. The story is set up in a script format as it was originally suppose to be a short film.
Published on April 23, 2017
A Misinterpreted World
A.M.W. was the first book I ever wrote. I published it through a vanity publisher which you should NEVER do, though at the time I had no idea. I suppose this was the book to make my mistake on though, since this book was never quite proof-read and is riddled with spelling errors. I've listed it below for purchase, though I'm not sure at this point if I would even see a dime if one sold. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Published on July 21, 2008
Thoughts on why I write…
I've been writing since I was a small child. I more than likely picked up the hobby from my father who is an avid writer. I published my first book fresh out of high school and I've continued to write ever since. This page embodies my published and unpublished works. I try to make the majority of my work free, though I have to pay the bills somehow. Money is not a primary driver for anything I create in the realm of art, (though it is nice). As it’s been said before, artists are merely beings who are blessed randomly with ideas that present themselves carried upon the backs of beasts floating in the wind. When the beast passes, it’s up to us whether or not we want to catch it and squeeze out their bloody contents. Our only other option is to let it continue on until it finds another being willing to slay it.