After doing some freelance writing and editing for more than a dozen years, Jay decided to stop procrastinating and pursue his dream of being a novelist. He's been blogging for over eight years, and even had a comedy podcast syndicated all over the internet. All of that was fun, but all the steampunk-inspired stories in his head just wouldn't leave him alone. Jay spends his days working in medical sales, but he can be found toiling over his laptop late at night when all is quiet.
He draws inspiration from all over: H.G. Wells, Jules Verne, Shakespeare, Ray Bradbury, Douglas Adams, and Isaac Asimov.
Kanze Zenjiro was once a proud warrior, but he has since fallen into darkness.
Enapay and his crew try to repel the Iberian Empire, but the invaders unleash their entire armada.
he Iberians will stop at nothing to quench their thirst for the world’s resources. From east to west, war breaks out.
The agony of a failed quest haunts Kanze Zenjiro, but the betrayal by those he trusted has turned his world upside down. With a heart full of hatred, Zen is desperate to get back to Nihon and demand the truth from his father. Meanwhile, the Iberian Empire sends their soaring airships and steam-powered giants into The Orient. They threaten to upset the balance of power.
The Iberian Empire is bent on destroying Kanze Zenjiro's kingdom, and they send their steam-powered giants and iron spiders against him. Zen embarks on a dangerous quest to save his people. To succeed, Zen must live up to his nickname, the Dragonfly Warrior, and kill all his enemies with only a sword and a pair of six guns. Can he survive the Wild Land long enough to protect his country?