Author has written 5 stories for Sci-Fi, General, Young Adult, and Fantasy.
Life of the Silver Tear. Failing his last test, a despondent boy and his close friend leave the Paladin Academy to strike out in search of answers and purpose. On the way, they discover truths that make them fear for the future. What is more dangerous, the demons without, or the demons within?
Isle of Dreams: Awakening. Waking up in the middle of a war in the far reaches of space, Jefferson - at least, that's what people are calling him - has no idea what's going on, and somehow it seems that a deadly alien race is stalking him. Nightmares plague his sleep, and any answers in his past are gone. Can he survive when humanity's deadliest enemy turns its collective eyes to him, or is he - and humanity - doomed?
I've added a new story to the current projects, but as I'm not sure if I'm going to finish it or if it's just a deconstruction of Fantasy and Sci-Fi tropes, I won't post unless I get some messages indicating interest. I will be finishing the next chapter of Awakening soon, and after that should be a new chapter ready in Life of the Silver Tear. My notebook was either lost or stolen recently, otherwise Silver Tear would be getting a new chapter fairly soon, but rest assured that these two projects listed will not be abandoned.
Fan Fiction Projects:
I am currently working on several experimental projects: an action multicrossover Warriors: The Best Laid Plans, a novelization of A Link to the Past. For more information, see my account at Fan Fiction.net.
I began writing when I was just in grade school, and my writings have varied from a short mystery story to a series of Science Fiction novels Isle of Dreams, currently seeing a revival in the form of a novella Awakening. Through development of a game I was creating I began the fantasy series the Legends of Kaizor, and my work in that has primarily been Life of the Silver Tear. I also write fan fiction on my account at Fan Fiction.net. Backstory, race histories, and other information will be posted soon on my dedicated Isle of Dreams account soon, which is also in my favorites for easy access. All comments, criticisms, or ideas are welcome - and I love good conversation, hence why my email is open.
Please give me feedback. Don't be afraid to submit any reviews, they help, even nitpicky ones. Any input is helpful, from a "you misspelled something" to "good story, what about this?". If you dislike something, feel free to say so, but please give a suggestion as to why or how I can improve it. If you want to offer to Beta-Read/Edit any of my work or ask me to Beta-Edit any of yours, make a comment about a posted story, ask about a future project or story put on hiatus, comission me to write a story, or anything, feel free to email me.
I respect and value criticism, and I try to respond to any who provide it; I also highly respect people who do the same. If somebody reviews your story, I believe it's courtesy to at least try to review something they've written. Also note that sometimes I will use sarcasm in a review: it's not an attack against you, it's a reminder (both to you the writer and me the critiquer) not to take myself too seriously. My goal is to help other people improve their writing, in general or specific, and I hope yours is too.
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