It is the mid Twenty-first century and America has become a single party nation.
Much of the Midwest grain belt is radioactive. The oil is all but gone. Resources are scarce and rationed. ... More >
Exceed your energy allotment;
Violate the air quality codes;
Become an undesirable or a threat and you can find yourself being...
Recycled - to Reduce, Reuse, Repress...
- One child's soap bubble is another person's universe...
- Two people who never met having the same dream...
- Imagine a world where men are the Property of... More > the State...
- You suddenly found yourself in the middle of the greatest legends of our world...
- Instead of being prayed over, you become the prey...
Just a sampling of the stories, novellas and novel you will find inside!< Less
A more humorous look at transitioning to your true self. This book describes my journey to self acceptance and transitioning as a public high school teacher.
This book is an updated version of my... More > original memoir, "You Can’t Shave in a Minimart Bathroom." The biggest change has been that I have changed a few things in the appendix. I have added My Transition Checklist, the Declaration of Transgender Independence, and expanded “Da Rules.” I have also added a few teasers from the sequel-in-progress to this memoir: Immigrant - a Journey Into Womanhood.< Less
A more light-hearted look at transitioning from your birth-sex to your true gender while being a public high school science teacher. And, no, you can't shave in a minimart bathroom - the soap isn't... More > slippery enough!
Included in this revision are "My Transition Checklist," and a teaser of an upcoming book, "Immigrant - A Journey Into Womanhood."< Less
The sound seemed distant. Familiar. And completely out of place.
Elanna Becca slowly opened her eyes and took in her surroundings. The last thing she remembered was trying to make a survivable... More > landing. Now, here she was lying on the medical cot.
The sound was back, and much closer than before.
Elanna slowly turned her head and saw she had a visitor. There, standing no more than two metres away, was a songbird.
“Hi there,” she said. “How are you today?”
The bird cocked its head and studied its audience. It chirped once more then flew away.
Elanna smiled, then looked past where the bird had been. Her jaw hung open as she looked out the open doorway.
There, framed in the doorway, was the wreckage of the transport.< Less
Twelve years in the future... A terrorist attack gone wrong has killed almost all the men on Earth. What few men that survived have become the property of the State. It is up to one man to prevent... More > this attack from ever happening. What he has to help are his family, the Canadian military and his war-weary Oscar-Deuce.< Less
Twelve years in the future...
A terrorist attack gone wrong has killed almost all the men on Earth. What few men that survived have become the property of the State. It is up to one man to prevent... More > this attack from ever happening relying on his family, the Canadian military and his war-weary Oscar-Deuce.
The Mission was originally published in a story collection by the author. This is the first time The Mission has been published on its own.< Less