I currently live in New England (since 1987) though I've spent the majority of my youth throughout the Midwest. Along the way I've worked in a variety of high tech related businesses in a variety of functions. I've changed careers at least 3 times and contemplating making yet another jump.
My recent reading activity has dramatically increased with the advent of e-Readers and e-Reader software on my phone and iPad. It gives me the abiliy to take a book anywhere without the bulk of a physical book.
I have had numerous hobbies over the years which include writing. I've published a Fantasy novel on Amazon and have the outlines of several more books that I'm currently working on in a variety of genres. The e-published book, Achemy, Sorcery, & Magic: A New Age Begins, is the first of a projected 4 volume Fantasy set. The other outlines span Mystery, Science Fiction, Autobiographical, and a Mathematical concept white paper on calculating a predicted first pass yield for establishing production baselines.
So many hobbies/projects, so little time! :)
Alchemy, Sorcery & Magic: Crossings
by Jeffrey Michael
Approx. 83,470 words.
Published on August 10, 2013.
The most powerful Magician at the end of the last age of magic, Merlin, was about to die and he asked his love, Tara to preserve his journal for the next age of magic. In the near future when the mystic realm once again holds sway, a group of Alchemist, Sorcerers and Magicians set out on a journey to recover Merlin's Journal in an attempt to save their world from the Netherworld.
Alchemy, Sorcery & Magic: A New Age Begins
by Jeffrey Michael
Approx. 66,680 words.
Published on March 19, 2012.
What if time were a pendulum that swung to and fro through the ages? At one end of the arc science and technology held dominion while at the other end of the arc alchemy, sorcery and magic ruled. In the very near future that pendulum is going to the threshold where science and technology holds sway and move into the region where alchemy, sorcery and magic are the mainstay of life.
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