Author Inventor, World Changer.
Everything but my horror books are suitable for ages 12 and up. The two horror stories I would suggest for 15 and up.
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Comedy Fantasy Series
Tales from a
Second Hand Wand Shop
Follow gnomes Drimblerod and Grimbledung as they try to run a used magic wand shop. From running fake sales, to barroom brawls, to Halfling invasions, they try to keep their eyes on the bottom line.
And of course the ladies.
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Inspirational Science Fiction Trilogy
Chief Nick Hauser is hoping this mission will be his last. He just wants to retire and take care of his kids. Just a quick operation to clear out some indigenous people and he’s done.
On Arcturus, a decision made millennia ago put their world on a different path. God still walks among His people there.
Chief’s plans for an easy retirement are abou
An Alternatives book
The Red Brick Road
Kansas newsie Honus is whisked away to a colorful -and confusing– land. He hopes the nice witch he met really wants to help him get home. But it seems she’s more interested in murder.
Honus has to rely on a Lollipop Guild enforcer, a pushy Rooster, and the famous chef Gertie the Goat to help him get back home.
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A Cozy Mystery
Pulling the Trooth
Reporter Summer Schauers hopes her next assignment will be something worthwhile. She’s tired of covering restaurant openings and music festivals.
When her next gig turns out to be a dentist convention, she is let down. Until she discovers blackmail and affairs.
And the body of a prominent dentist.
Diary of a Madman– the Haunting of Terrance Brushwood
Young Terrance is seeing things that others can’t. His psychiatrist things it’s all in his head so he has him keep a diary of his visions.
This is a semi-autobiographical short.
Easy Street, Unpaved.
A Vampire’s Change of Fortune
Even though Hugh has been a vampire for over 400 years, the memories of his gruesome transformation in the early years of the Jamestown Colony are still fresh in his mind. He has had his ups and downs - Fortunes won, fortunes lost.
As Hugh knows, Easy Street is always a good place to be, but it’s very easy to get detoured off it- as