Christopher Holmes Nixon is originally from, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, and holds degrees in Economics and Political Science from the same city.
For the last decade, he has served as an Infantry Officer with the Canadian Armed Forces and the Princess Patricias Canadian Light Infantry, with one operational tour to Afghanistan with the Task Force 3-09 Battle Group.
He currently resides in Edmonton, Alberta, and enjoys an addiction to writing.
For more works by Christopher Holmes Nixon, please visit www.foehammerpublications.com.
Private Security is a short work of fiction combining elements of criminality, retribution, and social discourse detailing the latent effects of liberalism and the potential radicalization of the police, military, and security personnel as the shepherds of society and the protectors of the flock.
Twenty-five years ago, Bill Masterson’s bitch wife left him. Ever since then, he’s worked as a motivational speaker and helped millions of people achieve the life advantage.
Bill Materson’s trade specialty includes helping antagonists, villains, and evil geniuses from around the world overcome their limiting beliefs to forge the winning edge.
This Sunday, join the Church of Sociology as the Right Honorable Reverend John James Veritable delivers his most charismatic sermon to date.
“The Social Median” is a work of horror and dystopian science fiction in which social media forms the nexus for technology, politics, economics, and society to assume control of all aspects of human life in the form of a new religion.
Gilbert is a loser. He suffers for low self-esteem, high blood pressure, and inoperable social invisibility disorder. Doctor Mallet, Gilbert's psychiatrist, offers a different diagnosis: Why take responsibility for life's problems when you can blame everyone else instead.
"A Prescription for Guns" is a short humor piece combining satire with commentary on a social propensity for violence.