The People Of Tomorrow is a collection of short stories, flash fiction, poems, and whatnot. Some may have touches of humor, others not so much, while others speak the truth. I will cover many grounds, each with a taste for a new world and premise.
Morning Moon is a a collection of my current poetry. It has no centralized theme although the first opening poem and the planned final one will serve to encase all the poems between as a journey through the stories and experiences I’ve witnessed in my life.
Michael is in love with his best friend, Austin, but when he finds this out, Austin takes great pains to end their friendship for good.
Cody, who has spent most of his young life feeling alone, jumps at the chance to befriend the first gay boy he's ever met. He meant for them to be companions, but he ends up falling for Michael instead... He's helpless in his fresh, new puppy love.
Michael takes advantage of Cody and uses his body regularly, but he refuses to give up on Austin, his true love. No matter how deluded his thoughts may get, he'll always keep that flame burning for his oldest friend...
After losing everything, Sherman makes a drastic decision with impossible consequences. A second chance, a mulligan on the last ten years, to learn from the mistakes he made the first time around. While Sherman is excited about making the most of this opportunity, he struggles to assimilate. He has the wrong set of memories, strange dreams about his former life and a sinister feeling that if it seems too good to be true, it just might be.
In the peaceful city of Pury, a serial killer seems to have grown overnight, with bodies of the victims surfacing over the last few weeks. What they don't know, though, is that there's more than one killer. And they're recruiting more.
Original Summary: Jordan and Alex, members of a serial killing group, talk about their first murders.
Mortaumal is a light-hearted tale about death and dying, affection and indifference, independence and love, somewhere in tropical Queensland. Mortaumal gets himself into and out of very hot water while learning to defend himself both physically and mentally in a fast paced romp in which there’s sentiment but not sentimentality, social criticism, excitement, fun, and a bit of everything else.
Jake has never been a quiet boy from afar. However, the recent death of a loved one has left his life in turmoil. Follow along as he comes to terms with the turbulent after effects; which he believes is rightly his fault. Discover the subsequent conclusions of a sad and lonely boy through a series of ten letters he has written; acknowledging his pent-up misery and confusion of a tragic loss.
While on holiday with his family, all Scott wants is to read, watch the ocean, and have some quiet time away from the pressures of being a straight-A student and captain of the rugby team. His pesky younger brother isn't helping things much, always butting in with questions Scott would rather not answer. For Scott has a secret. As Easter looms, conversations between the brothers grow darker and more poignant as Scott's family deals with emotional wounds that have isolated parents and children from one another.