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Interpretation

We are the subjects of a psychological experiment. Is this our future? The depth of this deception is unthinkable. People are on the brink of starvation while still believing that life is perfect. Meanwhile, only a handful of individuals live outside of the government’s grasp. They are the only ones able to see the truth. Now, Carl Winston is one of them. Waking up in a mental institution, Carl desperately seeks answers about his new life. He needs to escape, to find the one person that matters to him: his son. The machines, however, always anticipate his next move. WillRead More →

Girl: Repurposed

Tranquila Obiit is smart enough to save a stranger’s life. But when Tran’s salty, daytime-television-addicted grandmother tricks her into selling her soul to Hades, dodging near-death experiences becomes a daily ritual. Now, as an employee of the Underworld, Tranquila seeks out her purpose in life while pet-sitting a three-headed dog that is hell-bent on destroying her. She’s not alone. None of the Gods are any better off: Hades is battling negative Hollywood stereotypes. Persephone is trying to overcome her jealousy issues. Most importantly, Hera is trying to gain control of a domain that isn’t hers. Will their insanity be Tranquila’sRead More →

Once Upon a Dystopia

If someone observed us from afar, they could claim that our civilization was a civilization of walls. That was its main purpose. Such observers would likely not be able to explain why. I cannot either. Walls do not protect. They just trap and kill. Three short stories about a dystopic future, about people turning into machines, about walls and fences, about the way history works. Three short stories about now. Amazon     iBooks     Kobo     Barnes and Noble     Audible AudiobookRead More →

The Pacifist

In 1866, Peter Baxter’s misfortune ends the day he leaves Badgerys Creek orphanage. Unsure of what to do next, Peter finds himself on a farm run by Mr. Brown. An aging man, Brown needs help and is happy to give Peter a place to live in exchange for his labor. Unbeknownst to Peter, Brown’s past is riddled with dark secrets tied to the same orphanage, which he has documented in a red folder. During a chance encounter, Peter meets Rose. Peter cannot help but fall in love with her beauty, grace, and wit; however, he fears that his affection willRead More →

On a trail of relics and ruins, Snapshots is a travel diary delineating my journeys of four major continents. A travel through the ancient, the medieval, the renaissance and the modern; an historical account of these continents has been noted in this diary. Primarily, it is the palaces, the mosques, the churches, the temples and the museums; however, heritage forests and sea beaches have also found their ways into this diary. People’s views and perceptions, which they have enthusiastically shared with me, a stream of consciousness technique has been applied in presenting a few segments in order to exhibit myRead More →

Do you need a laugh? Hey, we all do! This collection will take you from reality to fantasy, from cute to profane, and from grins to guffaws. These seventeen original stories are packed with sarcasm, satire, and wickedness, and are so completely tongue in cheek there’s no way you can avoid a smile. Authors hailing from faraway places on either side of the Atlantic Ocean, in big cities and out in the countryside, offer their insights into what we call humor. Comedy is hard work. Humor is so often experienced in a particular situation and is often impossible to reproduce.Read More →

“A virgin birth? A virgin? Her?” God shouted at Freud while recalling his one night stand with Mary. Freud snorted another line of cocaine in celebration, believing that this story would help Nietzsche in his quest to fire God from Heaven Inc. Nietzsche, however, has other problems: the Norse gods are running amok on Earth, his board of directors are in a constant state of chaos, and syphilis pushes him into a past life that he would rather forget. How will he prevail? Operation Cosmic Teapot takes you on a wild, hilarious ride that explores the relationship between people andRead More →

Nalia finds herself trapped in a strange and inescapable lucid dream. Danger looms ahead for her friends. Pressured out of their homes in the Lost Winds, every step threatens them with persecution and death. Taking a daring route on a treacherous sea, they seek asylum in a new land. Will they make it to their destination? Will Nalia’s dream of finding peace in Draviland become the utopia that she desperately desires, or are the dangers of this new land even worse than her home? Set in a real time, stream-of-consciousness narrative, this story takes you on a sweeping literary journey.Read More →

Twisted Fairy Tales

Eighteen adult coloring pages accompanied by eight short stories comprises Twisted Fairy Tales.  (The stories are also available as audio!) Snow White as the cocaine queen? Hansel and Gretel abducted by aliens? And since when is Red’s granny into cosplay? Classic fairy tales are re-imagined in this collection. Don’t expect an innocent Cinderella or a sober Red Riding Hood. As for Pinocchio, what is it that grows when he lies? Enjoy these fun and fantastic coloring pages and silly short stories – a great combination for rainy-day entertainment. Amazon / Kindle Unlimited      Audible AudiobookRead More →

Resumes that Work

Need help with cover letters, resumes, interviews, and other job-related queries? Enter booze-fueled Dave Doolittle – expert at looking good while doing little. He’ll show you all the hilarious tips and tricks to antagonize employers. With a strong disdain for pseudo-politicians like George Bush and Donald Trump, expect this fiery parody to mock all that is unjust. But most of all, expect sound advice for staying away from that unwanted Holy Grail – work. Need proof? Just read former iron worker, Joe Ping’s, unquestioningly true testimonial: “I don’t have to worry about any crap no more. Reading the Want AdsRead More →