Welcome to my site dedicated to my writings, short stories, train stories, or any muse that may hit. You'll find different tales and stories here and there, and even a collection of emails my nephew sent during his European excursion. I love to travel, especially by train. You meet so many interesting people. Heck, there may even be a little bit of Tech News since I've worked in the field for over 25 years.
Below you'll find my major works completed over the last couple of years. I really enjoy writing, exploring unique and intriguing concepts.
The Fallen and the Elect (Select title link for supplemental information)
It's been 10 years since millions disappeared. Subsequently, angels started to appear at random funerals eulogizing the deceased. During one funeral, an angel is the cause of a fatal event investigated by a priest, nun and former seminarian. Their investigation leads to a test of each of their beliefs, and answers to questions they never anticipated.
The Fallen and the Elect: Aurora's Child
In the sequel on to “The Fallen and the Elect”, the angels return after ceasing to give their eulogies at funerals. The survivor of the fatal visitation in Los Angeles has the ability to communicate with angels. Father Hernandez, Sister Justine, and Michael Saunders - a former seminarian, who all first investigated the mysterious events in "The Fallen and the Elect", resist those who try to silence what they’ve learned. See what they continue to uncover and how their lives continue to change.
The Fallen and the Elect - Aurora's Child
The final book in the Fallen and the Elect Trilogy.
Due out late 2017
A teenager from Africa with the ability to track spirit possessed creatures is aided by a self-exiled religious recluse with the unique ability to read souls. The two are brought together and journey to a mysterious small town in Northern California searching for a daimon that's entered the world causing local havoc. If not successful, the ramifications are greater than both initially realize.
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This is the lighthearted story of a salad that weighs 5.5 ounces, and it decides to go on vacation; a man unexpectedly ends up in the shower and tells you he knows how to find it. Just make sure you keep enough rocks in your pocket. Written in homage to “The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy”, this is a story of epic proportions - well not epic, but whimsical proportions.