In the Dark of the Grove
Gurt Dog Press (2021)

Fifteen years after he was kicked out of his parents’ house for being gay, Kyle Thomas is returning “home” to Essen, Indiana to get the old family farm ready to sell. His novelist father, days after releasing his newest book Dunbar’s Grove, committed suicide and Kyle has inherited everything. Many have come to believe his father’s book was a disguised confession to the murder of Kyle’s mother.

Kyle finds a mysterious note hidden in his father’s typewriter suggests that the Dunbar’s Grove novel is actually a clue to a mystery the town in keeping. They begin to theorize that the local elite Minty Green Club is conducting some kind of criminal enterprise that keeps the town wealthy and the real-life grove outside Essen is key to it. He decides to put his journalistic skills to work and find out what is going on in Essen.

This small town horror is perfect for those that love Stephen King but want their stories more diverse.

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Wild Thymes on the 22
Obverse Books (2018)

My story “Starstation to Starstation” is featured in this anthology that finds Doctor Who spin-off character Iris Wildthyme, created by Paul Magrs, interacting with different figures from history. The title is a tip-off to which historic figure Iris teams up with during the course of my story. Although, it has to be said, in an unconventional manner. I had a great deal of fun working with editor Stuart Sheargold on this.

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Eon Quest
Self-Published (2015)

A graphic novel that mimicked the style of “mini-comics” that were included with action figures in the 80s. This was originally created for an action figure line I tried to get funding for on Kickstarter. The Kickstarter was, unfortunately, not a success. But I’ve since made the graphic novel available digitally through Comixology for less than a dollar for a 68-page graphic novel and extras. Features art by Eder Messias and Zid.

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Grace & Witherbloom
Self-Published (2012)

Collects seven novellas that were published throughout 2012. It was available through as an E-book or a softcover. I eventually pulled it to make some edits, as there were things I didn’t think quite worked about it. Some day I’d still like to get a new version of it out there. The cover artowrk was created by my friend Jason Pethel, who has since gone on to work in visual FX. I did the graphic design for the book.