David J. Agostine enjoys burgers from McDonalds, drinks whole milk and non-diet soda. He has a secret stash of candy he keeps hidden from his daughter, which he consumes greedily while writing about health and wellness.
Investigator and Fitness Trainer David J Agostine uncovers the mystery behind the obesity epidemic. Dave stumbled upon a conspiracy to keep overweight people locked in a spiral of dependency and sorrow and shares with us who and what he believes is responsible. He explains how behaviors like dieting, counting calories and even exercise can keep you fat or worse; cause you to gain more weight.
The year is 2016 and America is on the verge of collapse from a race war. One auxiliary police officer crosses the picket-line in attempt to defend what is left. The chaos is all part of a larger plan to relocate everyone into the new government run super-communities. Anyone trying to interfere, will become UNRAVELED.
The year is 2044 and it is a grim time in America. Hundreds of California refugees are dead and Commander Marcus Adario finds himself jobless and outcast from society. Can an obsolete protection officer find a reason to go on living in a world where society rewards and punishes people by casting “Positive” and “Negative” votes on the Cloud? Perhaps this despised hero has one more adventure left.
Boys of The Great BB Gun War is a gritty account of how three clever and seemingly innocent boys gathered an army of young followers to hone their skills for military combat and acquire the weapons that turn their small farming town into a war zone.
This story was daring and bold in its content; Racism and religious fervor can be tricky business so as not to offend the reader, but rather add depth and meaning to the story- this author nailed it perfectly. A right mixture of action, attitude and background made "The Comfort of the Shriek" a great read. The time period was seamlessly incorporated into the plot and gave it an added dimension not found in a lot of short stories. Mr. Crowder shows a brilliant knack for storytelling. I did have to read the ending over once, because I forgot the one guy's name with the boy and got confused. But all in all- I loved it.