I'm an American living in Glasgow, Scotland, who's worked a multitude of jobs-typical history for a fiction writer. I enjoy writing speculative fiction, crime,comedy, parody, romance and even a baseball nostalgic fantasy. Just finished historical novelette taking place in Rome at time of Nero.
in nero caesar's imperial rome, a rich nobleman hires the city's best detective to expose the secret ringleaders of the hated 'cult of christus'. these men have seduced many roman citizens to join the despised cult. once identified, they will be liquidated and the dangerous cult destroyed.
men and women! the battle of the sexes! venus and mars! romance, intrigue and maybe a little conflict? see what happens on nine separate occasions when men and women interface in 'histories and herstories'
was Hamlet right when he said to Horatio, 'There are more things in heaven and earth than are dreamt of in your philosophy'? can all things be explained from a purely materialistic viewpoint or is there the realm of the 'supernatural'? please consider eight variations of this question in 'Not Of This World'.
lewis bonham's jetliner crashes.he survives only to find he's forty-two years in the past. lewis tells no one he's from the future. after many months,he discovers he's not the only survivor of the crash and finds he's not the only one extremely interested in all the survivors. he teams up with another survivor.they find getting back to the future-even keeping alive-to be a perilous adventure.
Michael Jansen meets mysterious Leon who injects Michael and his wife with something that ‘turns off’ their nutrition system - no matter how much they eat, nothing is assimilated. Reason: to force Michael to murder an individual of Leon’s choosing. Only then will Leon administer the ‘antidote’. Can Michael kill his quarry before he and his wife starve to death?