Saturday, December 14, 2019


Hello friends, I've had a new story published! Click the image below to check it out!

Saturday, November 16, 2019

Thursday, August 15, 2019

Wednesday, August 14, 2019

Potato Panic!

Another new story! Check it out here and let me know what you think!

(I'll do a longer blog post later when I have more time!)

Edit: No I won't. Sorry.

Monday, July 29, 2019

What Happens in Las Veggies

And now for something completely different!

Once again another silly mystery for your enjoyment, this time we've got a tale of talking parsley and stolen hats in 1950s Las Vegas... I mean Las Veggies...

It's available today only, so don't wait! 

Friday, July 26, 2019

Blue Moon

New Story, Part 3!

This time we're celebrating the release of Blue Moon on this fine Fantasy Friday. This story is part of Havok's Stories that Sing season. Each story is based on a different song. See if you can guess the songs as we go!

Check it out and let me know what you think? Want to see it in print? Give the story some lightning bolts! The higher the rating, the better my chances of making it into our next anthology.

Thanks, next story comes out Monday! See you then!

Saturday, July 20, 2019

Havok Rebirth Anthology!

Another anthology?! Yes indeed. Even better, the story I'm releasing here, "Fourth Time's the Charm", is set in the same world as the story that came out last week! It's a loose connection but it's still fun to be able to do things like this. Even better than my story, though, this anthology has an amazing  48 stories by nearly as many authors!

This anthology contains a selection of reader favorites from as well as a number of exclusive stories by our featured authors and our staff. I've read several of the new stories and have personally enjoyed everything so far. Check it out and let us know what you think. With such an impressive collection, you're sure to find plenty to enjoy. 

Friday, July 12, 2019

Beatitudes and Woes


I've actually got quite a bit I should update you on... (It's been almost a year and I've had about half a dozen stories published in the meantime... ahem.)

But today we're just here to talk about "The Meek Shall Inherit", a new superhero story I created for the "Beatitudes and Woes" anthology, which is a collection of speculative (sci-fi and fantasy) stories based on two teachings of Jesus, the beatitudes, or "Blessed are" verses in Matthew 5:3-11, and the "Woe to" verses in Luke 6: 24-26.

The story of how it came together is remarkable in and of itself. Author CW Briar threw out the idea to write a speculative anthology based on the Beatitudes on a Facebook group I'm a part of, and Travis of Bear Publishing took the idea and ran with it, assembling a team of authors right there in the FB thread as people expressed their interest in the concept. Over the next five months or so we wrote and edited our stories, and here we are!

This was one of those stories that almost wrote itself. I had this idea pop into my head of a superhero riding a motorcycle, whose power was the ability to swap things around, and I knew he was going to... well, let's just say I knew exactly how the story would end right from the get-go.

The biggest challenge was making sure it properly represented the Bible verse I was given without letting it turn into preaching or a morality lesson, a fine line to walk and one better authors than me have been foiled by.

My verse, by the way, was "Blessed are the meek, for they shall inherit the Earth." (Matt 5:5) My main character, Thomas (jokingly referred to as Flipper) is the opposite of meek. He's loud, brash, selfish, and irreverent. The Meek Shall Inherit gives him the opportunity to run into a character that embodies meekness. A superhero called Justice Lord shows Thomas the person he could be, and as Flipper examines himself he undergoes a transformation into a true superhero.

It's hard to say much because I don't want to spoil the story. Please consider checking it out tomorrow! You can pre-order at the link above. I'd love to talk to you about the story, leave me your thoughts in the comments below or drop me a line on social media. I've been moving away from being on the internet as much as I used to be, but I read and reply to most everything eventually.

I'll wrap this up by thanking Gen Gavel, Travis, and Cindy for their help in editing the story! This certainly would have been a more confusing tale without their help.

I've also got ANOTHER anthology appearance coming soon... and that story is actually set in the same world as this one! More on that next week.