At present my catalog of titles are available as eBooks, all in Kindle and most in ePub formats.
Z Inferno, Book 2
This is Part 1 of 3 Parts, making up Book 2.
The global infection turned over our world to the undead, slow zee’s, or so the survivors thought. As a new strain of zombie takes hold, one that can think, communicate and move with inhuman speed, most lifers just want to get through the winter. An insurgency of the living is desperately needed.
Learning they can no longer count on concealment and evasion, Toey and her friends take the fight to those that would enslave them.
Infection Day is the 2nd book in the Z Inferno series.
Z Inferno, Book 2
This is Part 2 of 3 Parts, making up Book 2.
Z Inferno, Book 2
This is Part 3 of 3 Parts, making up Book 2.
STORY CRISIS, STORY CLIMAX 2
Build a Problem/Decision Arc in Your Novel (Crisis Climax, Book 2)
(Zero Point Light, Book 2)
A mile-long descent through a plasma column …
With the help of a brilliant neutronic physicist, Mick and his cohorts rush to prevent the launch of a weapon system not seen in 200 years! Only by unraveling the twin mysteries of the disappearing lightspheres and the encroaching stilling can they hope to stop this genocidal alien quest. New Siqdor is the 2nd book in the “Zero Point Light” SF series, and delivers a thrill ride of untold mayhem, hair-raising escapes, space colonization gone awry, and a descent to the ocean floor and beyond.
(Zero Point Light, Book 1)
Centrifugal winds and spinning tsunami-like waves …
Hauled out of hiberstasis Mick and friends make two unwelcome discoveries: their ARC-4 starship runabout is hugely off course, and their fuel reserves are nearly depleted. Thus not only do they lack the means to exit this system, they’re effectively locked in orbit above Nebura. As staying onboard means slow death, they reluctantly take the shuttle down to the surface. But things are coming apart onworld as well.
(Z Inferno, Book 1)
From a zombie plague … to an undead world
“Lovers of the genre will enjoy Bangkok Z and crave more. The writing style is smooth and there is no lull in the plot unfolding. We get a quick glimpse of the characters and so far they are all likable and it seems that each one will bring something unique to the group. I look forward to the rest of this series.” The Bookie Monster
How to Use Movie Structure to Plan Your Novel (Crisis Climax Series, Book 1)
For fans of screenwriting teacher, Robert McKee …
Why spend years learning by trial and error the five key elements in a story’s structure? Accelerate your learning curve by seeing these key moments at work in a range of films, clearly explained and shown in relationship to each other and the rest of the story.
THE HOLOGRAPHIC SELF
A Journey into Authentic Identity
Genre: Psychology> Movement>Transpersonal
What if at the deepest levels of your self … you live forever?
There are aspects of reality we have not yet evolved the ability to handle intellectually. I propose that you can, in fact, gain intimations of a multidimensional persona behind your current individual self. That is the mystery this book seeks to unravel.
Z Inferno, Book 3
From an undead world … to global zombie war …
It’s been a year since Toey landed in Bangkok to a world gone mad. During the hours of their flight everything had changed – an impossibly lethal zombie plague that came out of nowhere, flaring up and dying out in less than a day, had left few survivors. In the mass turnings that followed Bangkok was overrun by infected dead and the undead. Since that time Toey and her fellow lifers began making a tentative new life … in the ruins of Chang Island.
“I was trying to write then and I found the greatest difficulty, aside from knowing truly what you really felt, rather than what you were supposed to feel, and had been taught to feel, was to put down what really happened in action; what the actual things were which produced the emotion that you experienced. In writing for a newspaper you told what happened and, with one trick and another, you communicated the emotion aided by the element of timeliness which gives a certain emotion to any account of something that has happened on that day; but the real thing, the sequence of motion and fact which made the emotion and which would be as valid in a year or in ten years or, with luck and if you stated it purely enough, always, was beyond me and I was working very hard to get it.” – Ernest Hemingway
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