New Cover for The Last Disruptor

I've redone the cover for the paperback of The Last Disruptor and it now better reflects the vision I had for it. New Cover for The Last Disruptor So keep those old copies, they'll be collector's items someday and do please pick up a new copy on Amazon today. Hey, summertime is coming and you... Continue Reading →

TLD Virtual Reading Coming This Week

Get your questions in! Wonder how I got the idea for this book? Wonder about the writing, or publishing process? Want to know about my typing speed, background, or anything in particular about me? I'll be answering any questions you send or post to me as part of a virtual reading. I've debated doing this... Continue Reading →

Official History of The Absurd

Some history for those interested in the worlds of The Last Disruptor. Chapter 1 EARTH A We will start at the beginning with the accident in the Lab in New Haven, Earth A, which generated the positive pole for the connections between worlds. It should be noted, even today, so many decades later, there is... Continue Reading →

Special Features on TLD Are Coming

If you've read The Last Disruptor then you know a thing or two about The Absurd, the secret research facility based on a mysterious Pacific Island. Well, there's a whole lot more to know about this strange island and I'm going to begin giving you pieces of the history of the Absurd during the spring,... Continue Reading →

A Digital Deal to Celebrate spring

Seems perfectly reasonable to celebrate the spring after sort of skipping it, and summer, and fall, like we did last year as this pandemic plunged right into winter mode. So I've decided to offer the digital version of Potential: A Novel for 99 cents from March 20 to March 27 for those adults looking for... Continue Reading →

Adventure in Times of Pandemic

There's a tension between seemingly unrestrained freedom and guarded boundaries in being a kid that varies from generation to generation. These children of today already seemingly had more boundaries than previous generations and the Coronavirus Pandemic and it's resulting lockdown have only exacerbated the condition. And while I didn't set out originally to really explore... Continue Reading →

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