New book description…

Hi everyone! Just another month until my new novel, Ixion, is released. Please find the book description below:


Countless Titans, Demons and Monsters have been thrown into Tartarus—their vile natures condemning them to the dark depths. They are cut off from the Elysian Fields and will never know the endless joy and serenity that the just and goodhearted souls have been rewarded for their endeavors in life.

Sure, there are the unjust and depraved souls here too in the Underworld. They endure their punishments on the border between Tartarus and the Realm of Paradise. Even these souls, however, are far enough away from either. The laughter, music and whimsy of Happiness—or, by contrast, the wallowing, terrifying wails and anguish of Damnation—are only heard if the conditions are right. But such souls will seldom hear any noises other than what they themselves make. They are in their own hell, their own self-induced tortures … their selfish natures granting them some relief in the afterlife.

But some souls are not granted such mercy. What they have done in life is too terrible, too unforgivable. Too abominable. They are the ones to be feared, to be loathed, and to be held as pariahs for future generations to judge and scorn. While some of these souls are still hidden away—their forms and punishments too unpleasant for those to enjoy a proper Paradise—they are still forced to hear both the torture of the cursed and the laughter of the blissful.

Then again, some souls are meant to be seen. Some are used as constant reminders of what they had done to anger the Gods … For in the Sky of the Underworld and for all to see, one such soul has been on a flaming wheel for eons. Snakes not only bind him to it but also lash out at him with venom-soaked jaws. He is meant to be in constant torment; however, even as the fire burns at his dead skin, even as the snakes inject him with burning poison, one desire has kept him defiant…

He wants to set the world on fire. Kill EVERYTHING in it.

Then … despite the Underworld having been sealed away from the rest of the world for millennia … he gets free.

Here’s some science for all ya:

At-home DNA testing is supposed to give people insight into their human ancestry, but it’s had the unexpected effect of showing how much of our DNA isn’t human. Now we know that Europeans and Asians have approximately 2 percent Neanderthal DNA, and that proportion may well increase, now that scientists have sequenced the genomes of five new Neanderthal specimens that lived between 39,000 and 47,000 years ago.

Thank you!

I wanted to thank everyone for participating in the Damned and Carnage giveaways during the last couple months!

Thank you for you interest and I hope you enjoy the stories!

Goodreads giveaway for DAMNED, starting 2/21/18

FYI. In honor of my upcoming book, Ixion, coming out this Spring, I’m offering e-book/Kindle giveaways via Amazon of DAMNED this month and Carnage next month.

I’m hoping that you’ll enter to win a copy, and post review if you’d like.

My Best!



Science and stuff!

Thankfully, as you dust off and revise a unpublished 20-year-old book, new scientific discoveries can pop up that can be incorporated into your work (i.e. Carnage) to freshen it up a little. Naturally, the discovery below is being considered as a possible leap for future computing, and not nearly the “molecular” light artifacts that are now in my works, but I can still dream of lightsabers (sorry, Disney, I’m using that word) and light projections with some “substance…”

New Form Of Light Could Support Quantum Computing…

Photons, which are the constituent particles of light are traditionally said to be massless and they don’t have an interaction between each other. According to a new experiment by a team of scientists from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Harvard University, there is evidence that photons can bind together in groups of two or three, which is evidence that they can interact between each other, which is a new form of light…


Yup, like the “you stuck you chocolate in my peanut butter…” and “No, you got your peanut butter in my chocolate!” idea (please don’t sue me, Hersey) … I believe that I have secured enough technical knowledge to combine both blogs from Goodreads and my WordPress site.

This was more of a practical endeavor on my part, since I was going a little crazy trying–and not really being successful of adding content–to two sites.

Hmm … I guess this is my first blog!