When I was younger I hated reading. It wasn't until I grew up that I realized there is a world of literature out there I hadn't been exposed to. I write stories that I enjoy reading. Most of them are short stories, but I have written two novels. The thing that makes my stories so much better than the literature I was forced to read as a child is that I try to write fiction from a fresh perspective.
Fiction From a Fresh Perspective is something I strive to incorporate into all of my works. The fresh perspective part means that in all I do I do with Christ in mind. I like to write about far away worlds and plasma bazookas that blow up mechanical armies and stories set in video game themes. How does this relate to Christ? Ah, dear reader, that is the challenge I accept. And you will have to read to find out.
This is a book about increasing longevity. If you wanted to live a long time wouldn’t you want to know what you would eventually die from? You don’t need a crystal ball. As it turns out most people die from just a few chronic illnesses. It is those chronic self-inflicted illnesses that are the focus of this notebook. I created this notebook for myself; to house my thoughts and add new discoveries
Tuck wakes up in a foreboding environment. Who are his captors and how will they handle him? What happened at the crash site? Issue #3 Across The Waters takes you for a trip under the sea and across the waters to a new world with new characters. Follow Tuck as he negotiates his way.
Tuck is a battle assessor, using his mecha to evaluate damage dealt after his army completes a battle. The latest fight was on an unfamiliar planet against a lot of under powered Amazons. What secret does he find buried under all those bodies? Why won't his AI work right? And what in the world is a rainbow?
Jesus is dying. His last mission pushed Him to the edge. In order to save his life a team must travel through time and fight a train to break out a special prisoner. Does this prisoner hold the key to saving Jesus' life? The only way to find out is to read on...
Roman hordes gather near the Great Wall. Joshua and his people have allied with the Amazons to ensure the safety of the wall. However, they've sent in an undercover team into the Roman camp to obtain special info. From the wall they track the team's movements until...something deadly happens.
People have been pouring into the city for months. Now it's surrounded by invading armies. Cadiz is the last holdout of an inevitable invasion. As queen, Sarah suspects the end is near, but then as all hope seems lost she encounters someone. Someone whose survival is more important than her city. Who is this person and how could they possibly get out of Cadiz?
Two Short Stories packed into 1 book. In Citra: A Mermaid, a privateer gets the find of his life when he encounters a strange creature. What will he do with it? In An Old Message, Dr. Gravenstein may rewrite history, but must travel to Earth to do it.
"...what do you say? Shall we take a trip to Earth?"
Swords and shields are insufficient. Crossbows? Nope. Knights in plated armor? Haven't been invented yet. No mere slingshot will do for David. King Herod has committed a heinous crime. In order to catch him, David must resort to super secret technology...and a good friend.
Hit Points: Gettysburg Generals is a short story about General Grant and General Sherman who must take out the Gray team. To do it they'll need to use plasma rifles, precious drops from previous kills and manage a healthy amount of respawning. Not to mention the fact that they'll need to do something that is almost impossible: work together.