Book Review: The Grey Matter

When the lights go out in America and civilization falls apart, a small group of teenagers living in a cabin in the woods must find a way to fend for themselves. Finding food and water is hard enough, but when their closest neighbor starts acting a little odd and one of the boys finds a freshly dug grave near the neighbors home, questions start to arise and it is not long before the kids find themselves facing a monster in … Continue reading


I Tried To Come Up With Something Clever…

… But I totally fell short. I stared at the screen and tried to think of a good title for this blog post, but everything sounded trite, contrived, or just plain ridiculous.  Oh well. Not every title can be an absolute winner. I mostly wanted to give a little update to what has been going on lately. First, I obviously got Apocalypse in the Balance finished and I sent out copies to all of my kickstarter contributors, but I’ve fallen … Continue reading


Book Review: Cephrael’s Hand

Making the right decision seems like an easy thing to any person observing from the outside. There is distance between them and the events taking place. They have a view devoid of the passion of the moment, they see what has happened, and what the consequences may be, but they are not pressed by the urgency of the moment and they rarely understand the full scope of what they think they know. To make a decision from within can be … Continue reading


Book Review – Trophy Target

Deep in the jungle of French Guiana, a once anonymous soldier of the French Foreign Legion mysteriously disappears. Days later, word reaches his younger brother, Prince Erik Rohde, second in line to the Danish throne. Doubting the government’s capabilities and questioning the Prime Minister’s sincerity, Erik turns to the world’s top mercenary, Fadi Khaldun, to rescue his brother. Fadi Khaldun is a former assassin of the Saudi government determined to make amends for his malicious past. Since making his debut … Continue reading