I'm a writer, doing what I optimistically can to make the world a slightly more interesting place. Most of my work is long form fiction, but I'm trying to branch out into short stories.
My first full work is a novel length story 'The Hunters'. It follows a wolf named Tommy in a post-apocalyptic Vancouver where the human race in on the endangered species list.
Feel free to leave comments or critiques. I'm open to criticism, that's one of the main reasons I post.
I'm currently posting every Sunday.
A post apocalyptic story about a young wolf hunting down the last of the human race
Stuck between the human settlement and the government, Tommy and Co. must discover the source of the near world ending Cataclysm
Thrust into the world of politics, Tommy must take on the role of Mayor and rebuild V-town while balancing the different factions
Recovering from his time as mayor, Tommy discovers that not everyone likes the direction he's been taking the city
It's not over yet. Every story needs a villein, even if he's not quite what he seems
A sci-fi story about a human and lion-like alien stranded on a hostile planet
An alternate history 1980's Britain where genetic engineering is common place
On the run, Forty-Two discovers there is far more to his beloved Service than he ever imagined
A young Edwardian Englishman discovers there's more to life than just true love... and he grows a tail
A minor god living in New York discovers that someone or something is killing off the gods. Only one problem: gods can't die...
I’ve been quiet for a bit, and thought I should give you all a heads up. So, I’ve got some good news. I’ve signed on with my publisher and you’ll be seeing FBL in both ebook and print.
I don’t have a release date yet, and it won’t be for a while – these things take time. It’s not as easy as just pressing a ‘submit’ button!
Over the next couple of weeks I’m going to be taking down some of the later chapters of FBL to encourage purchasing the ebook. I’d love not to have to do it, but I can’t see many people buying when there’s a free version right here. Heheh.
Thanks to you all for reading and supporting me this far.
If you want to take a look, I’m signed on with Jaffa Books.
And if you’re interested in reading something now, I can recommend ‘Learning to Go’ by Friday Donnelly. He’s a friend who tipped me off to Jaffa Books to start with.
Joined 22 January 2014