You can’t save yourself.
Nick Arling is a retired soldier at the end of his rope.
He is nearing fifty, disabled and struggling... More > against the demons that have plagued him his whole life, demons that tell him he is weak or hated or to grab the bottle instead of seeking forgiveness.
After being denied his full retirement pay, his mind turns to desolation—and to violence. While on his way to the military base with guns in hand, Nick experiences something that will change the way he forever views the world, and the way the world views him. 9,330 words.< Less
Minister Ryan Guest awoke in a cold sweat one morning in 1897 with vivid memories of the vision he had seen the night before. In the minister’s dreams, a young man’s natural passions were... More > manipulated, and the captain of the grandest ship ever built bore a burden that could destroy lives.
Can one man’s prophetic visions help avert a major tragedy?
This is not the Titanic you know. In this storytelling world created by Erik James, anything is possible. History can be re-written if warnings are heeded in time…
Titanic Sinking is a serialized story told in three parts. Look for Titanic Sinking Episode Two by Michael Roberts and Erik James soon. 8,310 words.< Less
"Ninety to Nothing" is the story of a car crash involving a police officer and a man who just finished the paperwork for his divorce. In the immediate aftermath of the life-threatening... More > crash, both men have the opportunity to examine the purpose of their lives. Just when they think they have figured out the way they ought to live, they are abruptly given the chance to see life from each other’s perspective. If both men survive, they will be able to bring a newfound wisdom to the rest of their days.
The tale is an emotional story, fraught with the realities that make life simultaneously difficult and rewarding. Readers will be challenged to determine the true cause of the wreck: fatigue, alcohol, or something else? 8,650 words.< Less