Author has written 11 stories for Sci-Fi, Supernatural, Horror, Action, and Fantasy.
Yeah, I'm back. Nightmare is the newest project. I wish to beg forgiveness from some readers about the possibly alarmingly crude and somewhat uncensored nature of the story, but I promised myself I would write this one as it came to me and not get tripped up on a "well, that's not pg-13" sentiment. So yeah. Get over it.
Also, as of this writing, the first chapter has been reposted because on reflection I realized that my D.C. landmarks were a little off and fixed them. More stuff to follow.
Some new things, hooray! I'm still pretty stuck in the Depths. U of H requires me to be scared, and I write late at night and like to go to sleep. I can still work on Exodus but I'm trying to take a break from Felisans and get some catgirl heat off my back. Up next is Solar Wayfarer, inspired loosely by Mass Effect and a new attempt at the world of a multi-racial space story, and the Pathfinder, which is a much drearier casting of the future after humanity's genetic playtime spawns some wars, and is probably my most ridiculous story to date. Space marines on giant motorcycles named after those Big Wheels you had as a kid. Yeah, I'm like that. Also there's an unposted thing about a girl who falls into a Nightmare where she has to kill Lilith with a dagger in order to save her mum, and has all of the world to walk across to get that far. RPG-inspired, to the point that she literally rolls her eyes and says "great. i'm reduced to side quests."
I swear I'm still alive. It's been a very long time and a very busy year, and because of my idiotic involvement in my old story, I haven't really smithed anything of worth up until this point when the Depths started to go up. Hooray, a story without catgirls and spaceships. At some point, I also mean to get back to U of H, but I need to get the pants scared off me first to do it.
But more about me!
Real name Jeff, college graduate, works tech theater and rebuilds anything with bolts. I like to write when I'm not doing other things, and this is my outlet.