Sunday, September 17, 2023

The Hotline at the End of the World - Now Available

The third book in the All Our Forgotten Futures series is now available as an eBook at Amazon. 

More about The Hotline at the End of the World:

In a world paralyzed by an unprecedented outbreak, Clint mans the CDC hotline, a solitary beacon of dwindling hope. Then, one fateful day, a call comes in. Clint finds himself navigating a delicate situation involving a mysterious woman, hinted at in classified files, who may possess the coveted cure. As the world remains under a suffocating lockdown, Clint's every word, every choice, holds the weight of untold futures.

"The Hotline at the End of the World" is a gripping narrative of responsibility and suspense, set in a reality where a single phone call can alter the course of humanity.

Tuesday, July 25, 2023

Always Looking for Readers - Want a Free Book?

I'm always interested in sharing my books with fresh eyes and getting their feedback. If you want a free eReader copy of one of my recent releases, just hit me up at and let me know your preferred format. It's an open-door policy, so if you have any burning questions about my books, email me, and let's chat.

As of late, I've been sharing out The Negotiated Death of Sara Glen.

Also, whenever I have a new book coming out in the months ahead, I use my reader lists to send out advance copies. 

The Forgotten Sons of Wyoming - Now Available


The men at Trinity Ranch all have something in common: none of them can remember how they arrived there or the terrible secret they all share.

The landscape of social media is imploding, bifurcating and changing so fast, that it's hard to know where to post updates on projects. I've recently released the second book in the All Our Forgotten Futures cycle and am grateful for all the positive feedback on this one. The horror I enjoy delves more into claustrophobia and paranoia and The Forgotten Sons of Wyoming dives right into that realm. 

It's available at Amazon as a stand-alone eBook. 

Sunday, May 7, 2023

Voyage Observation - @MicrocosmsFic

It's been ages, but I'm working on my new volume of short stories and thought writing some flash through Microcosms would be a good way to dust off the form. 

Voyage Observation

It took four cycles of the coin-operated pirate ship ride in front of the Piggly Wiggly for Observation Subject #4 to nod off. The little girl’s mother let the machine slow to a halt before putting another quarter in and starting the ship rocking against the invisible waves again. The woman checked her watch and rattled the last three quarters in her hand. It was enough to fulfill the agreed-upon time that allowed the person from the agency to watch her adopted daughter.

Martha pulled her binoculars down again and wrinkled her nose. She then impulsively yawned and rubbed her left cheek. She’d somehow picked up this exact trio of actions when she was a child. No idea where it came from, just born with the unusual trait. Unlike the rest of the lab team she had to observe the dozen Observation Subjects from afar and, while she liked to keep tabs on their placements, sitting in the heat of the car always tired her out.

Today her cheek was numb. That wouldn’t last too much longer. The Botox was her little treat for learning the Nobel committee had nominated her work again. Ultimately, they would probably reject it again. Martha’s ethics on cloning were at least a decade ahead of that stodgy institution. If they surprised her and Martha did finally win the prize, she wanted to make sure she walked on the stage fresh-faced.

The final voyage of the pirate ship ended, and the mother roused her sleeping daughter. The girl opened her eyes and wrinkled her nose before yawning and rubbing her left cheek. Just like all the others. Just like her source watching her in the binoculars.

Sunday, February 19, 2023

New Book Incoming: The Negotiated Death of Sara Glen releases February 24th.

The results of an at-home DNA testing kit reveal the key to eradicating an emerging threat. Getting that key may cost Sara her life. 

I'm still here and still writing. After a number of years working on new material I'm proud to share the first of four books that will be published this year. Like Voltron, all four of these stories stand alone, but interweave into a larger work called All Our Forgotten Futures. 

While Guns, Gods and Robots, dabbled in the golden age of mid 20th century science fiction, The Negotiated Death of Sara Glen is near-future sci-fi that leans into suspense and paranoia. 

Look out for it at Amazon and all your other favorite online retailers.