This young writer was born in Massachusetts in 1986. He grew up with 2 sisters in Cumberland, RI, typical small New England town where mild summers and harsh winters are the norm. As a boy, the scientific realm deeply embedded in the physical world always fascinated him. He completed undergraduate studies at Providence College, earning a Bachelor’s degree in Biology. He went on to graduate school at the University of Rhode Island and has an advanced degree in Cytotechnology and Biotechnology. He hopes to work in the biotech field but at the same time pursues his love of creative writing. He has the unique ability to intertwine literature, science, and mathematics in a rare but fascinating way.
by Roy Crowner
Living with the horror of a deceased sister and a clinically depressed taciturn brother, Gauge receives strict external communications from an anonymous person. Abiding by the instructions carefully concealed from the omnipresent surveillance imposed by the overseers, this protracted escape eventually leads him to a mysterious leader and his enthusiastic crew.
The Dark Lahar
by Roy Crowner
(5.00 from 1 review)
Published: January 9, 2014
Blake, the main character, is a strong leader who performs dangerous rescue missions. His latest expedition involving the bizarre cut off of communications between a dated station and their corporate affiliate. With no important information siphoned from the frozen sarcophagus of this station, Blake and his team awakens a horror far greater than the recorded ancient maledictions witnessed by man.
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