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June has been a tough month. I lost an old friend on the 7th. In case you missed my newsletter, my friend, Kairos Erasmus, passed away earlier this month. He was 26. The month has been full of mourning,...
The following was a short story submission for a 2021 competition run by Free Private Cities. It didn't win but it came close. I hope you enjoy! Perebius Peddler is what one would normally call an inventor. Perhaps, if the...
Back in 2014, I released a novella that I'd slowly been working on since 2012. The book proved to be wildly incomplete, rough and unready. This is that book. Cape Zero began as a group project to write a shared...
Recently, I had the pleasure of listening to the upcoming audiobook of Part-Time Monster Hunter. I loved it! Not just because it's my story, but because Suzanne T. Fortin, the narrator of the novel, is THE voice of Kat...
There are many aliens who threaten the fringes of human space, and many who live within the confines of humanity’s vast, disunited empire. But no alien empire, even the totalitarian Imperial Council, deserves the title of alien more than...
Hey all Troopers and Crusaders! The fact that this update combines two months together and is late should be a sign that March and April have been busy months! But busy can be good. And in this case, it has...
February 2022 was a deceptively productive month for me, while not seeming like I got much done. While I didn't write or publish any books, I did get a lot done. This post serves to list what I got...
Beautiful. Wise. Mysterious. And, oh so alien. Elves have existed in many forms throughout human history and mythology. But as the Cataclysm revealed, only a few conceptions were accurate. Not to say that other interpretations of elves were completely...
January has been an important month for setting up the relaunch  of  the Warpmancer Series. I have been gauging interest, talking to other writers, and most importantly, rewriting and editing Fall of Zona Nox. This update serves as touching base...
My writing journey began in 2009 when I began writing a little sci-fi book called Fall of Zona Nox. This little book, written in my free time after school, eventually exploded into a 150k word novel. After substantial rewrites,...