Right now I am working on book four of the series and hope to have it completed by summer of next year.
The Marshal Command Series has been the project of many years and my first to be published. There are many more novels, stories and adventures to be shared, but it all starts with The Corps: Lazarus Outpost.
When did you first start writing?
When I was about 10 years old. Up to that point I liked reading and often found myself thinking of ideas, which eventually led to writing my first story about a boy who wanted to fly.
What do you read for pleasure?
In general, anything that I can learn something from. Mostly though, I stick with science fiction or fantasy blended with any form of adventure or suspense.
Former Lead Marshal Brian Weber travels to Brazil in search of answers. He starts by locating the missing M.C.C. ship Britannia, somewhere deep in the Amazon. Only, what Weber finds leads him and his companions to more questions. Weber is forced to take on new allies, fight old enemies, deal with a hired assassin, and all while doing everything he can to survive and protect the few he cares about.
Keeping a low profile is not among Lead Marshal Brian Weber’s preferred forms of operation, but as a branded traitor and terrorist, he is forced into hiding to keep himself and his few companions alive.
The assignment was supposed to be a simple one for Lead Marshal Brian Weber; seek out Drifters, a biological scourge, within the fallen city of Old L.A. among the scattered, nomadic human population and report back. It isn't long before Weber finds himself in the center of an unexplained evolution and a conspiracy that reaches further than imagined.