Ultimately, an author can only be judged by their published work. Please enjoy!
ATTACK! of the B-Movie Monsters: Night of the Gigantis (2013)
My first-ever publication, and one in the realm of short fiction. This is proof that the author is not always the best judge of what story will be published. I did not initially like “Going to Work” (my short story in this collection) and only submitted it on the advise of my roommate. Just goes to show: you never know – so always try.
I grew up an unabashed giant monster fan and will always enjoy writing in this genre. As anyone who knows me personally can tell you, I know way more about Godzilla than could ever be called healthy. Would I love to return to the genre one day? Absolutely… although next time, I think I’ll do a novel.
Very grateful to Grinning Skull Press for the opportunity they gave me. I am delighted to be featured in a collection full of fun writing by equally fun people. If giant monsters tickle your fancy, please give us the chance to entertain you by heading over to Amazon and checking this one out!
The Dreamcatchers (2018)
Where do we go when we dream?
The Dreamcatchers know.
Vakarian, along with his fellow nefiri agents, have been watching over us for centuries. They live in the Dream, or rather above it – patrolling for signs of a nightmare or other malicious events. For Dreamcatchers, it is a duty to serve. They happily put themselves at risk to ensure that human children can have safe dreams and grow up without trauma.
But a night terror is different. For all his experience, Vakarian has never faced foe such as the one now terrorizing Tony Rodriggi, a nine-year old boy who recently lost his father. This challenge comes at a time when Vakarian is already facing another: his first pupil.
How can Vakarian hope to keep Tony safe while simultaneously keeping new dreamcatcher Fidel out of harm’s way?
The Dreamcatchers takes readers into a mind-bending world they’ve never experienced before, full of new heroes and villains.
Join Vakarian in this heart-racing adventure against Incubus, a shape-shifting night terror with a hidden agenda.
I would like to take this time to thank Pen Name Publishing for giving Dreamcatchers a home. They are truly an amazing bunch!