“Dreams of Freedom”
featured in Dreams of Steam II: Brass and Bolts
In this steampunk story, Texan inventor and courier Harrison Beaumont is recruited to deliver a letter which turns out to be a ransom note. With his honor violated, Harrison makes it his task to free the captive aristocrat, Bianca Genevieve Smythe.
This title is available as a trade paperback (ISBN: 978-1-937035-07-5), hardcover (ISBN 978-1-937035-06-8), and eBook (eISBN 978-1-937035-08-2).
Bridgett was adjusting to life in college, becoming interested in a young woman named Penelope. Flirtations like theirs had become common since the genetic crash made the population 88% female.
Random genetic scans, registering males, laboratory fertilization—Genetic Security had become the way of the world. It was the only way to secure the gene pool from destruction.
Bridgett’s life was her own. Her genes, like everyone else’s, were state property.
It was only a matter of time until someone came to collect.
The Golden Hollow is a series dealing with telepaths in the modern age fighting their pasts, conspiracy organizations, demonic prophecies, and trying to keep the world from falling apart.
Mind & Machine
He called himself Commander, setting aside his name, his life, and his identity to take on the conspiracy that experimented on him. Once his battle began, Commander’s real weakness was exposed—his unrequited love for a woman named Kathryn.
In order to survive, Commander will have to face things he’s never imagined. Libraries filled with histories that haven’t happened yet, monsters made with forgotten technology, ancient feuds between secret societies, not to mention the conspirators he’s already attacked.
But to succeed, he might have to give up his quest for vengeance and any chance he might have with Kathryn.
Kathryn Angel had become a weapon, her mind was more destructive than an atomic bomb.
In the aftermath of a national tragedy, many became curious about Kathryn. Some wanted to enlist her aid. Others wanted to make her a slave.
One man wanted to kill her just for being born.
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