I’m working on the fifth and sixth Rachel Peng books now. These will be released at the same time due to…that scene. This is an excerpt from Book 5 which sums up the origins of OACET and might be a handy refresher for readers. As always, this text hasn’t been copyedited and content is subjectContinue reading “OACET synopsis”
This is a weird time to be alive, y’all.
I posted this story about Mako and Avery for my Patreon supporters in 2017. I thought it would stay in the archives forever: this story was me trying to wrap my mind around the Black Lives Matter movement and how it impacted every aspect of black and brown lives. Especially how parents would explain somethingContinue reading “(Short Story) Ice Cream Social”
Dog gets his stitches out tomorrow. His wound is clean and there shouldn’t be any complications, so here’s a brief rundown of what I’ve learned over the past two weeks of caring for an amputee pet.
This is supposed to be a notification post that the second Joshsmut, The Dinosaur Heist, came out today. The first book in the series, The Russians Came Knocking, is currently free on Amazon Kindle.
Coming in January! One of the (many) projects I’ve been working on is the Joshsmut. These are eight novellas (30k-40k words in length) that follow national* playboy Josh Glassman as he solves crimes and engages in…well. These are sex romps. An adult sensibility is recommended, and being 18 or over to read them is absolutelyContinue reading “Return of the Joshsmut”
The second Hope Blackwell book is now live!
I used to keep marine aquariums, and I freakin’ loved it. Not just fish, no…I kept two different live coral reefs in my own living room. The small one was soft-bodied corals, the larger one was stony polyps. There were fish, yes, little flame hawkfish and small reef-safe coral beauties, and clownfish I had hand-raisedContinue reading “Tank Crash”
This is a short story I did for Geeky Giving, a charity working to promote research in “Parkinson’s, ALS, traumatic brain injuries, brain tumors, Alzheimer’s and more.” They were kind enough to let me do an AGAHF short story for the charity anthology, so I did Jenny and Shawn: Jenny because she’s the researcher, ShawnContinue reading “ISSUES: Coping Strategies”
Sometimes a story gets into your head and refuses to leave.