A GATEWAY TO ANOTHER WORLD
A LUCKY CONTEST WINNER
AN ADVENTURE ACROSS THE COSMOS!
Dwayne “Glitch” Mitchell has always been obsessed with space. When he learns that NASA has discovered an alien gateway, he’s the first to enter a contest to see the incredible phenomenon. Glitch wins and he travels deep within the Colorado Rockies to get a peek. He’s in awe, but he’s also in danger.
As project head Dr. Zheng discusses the gateway, an armed man calling himself John Smith takes Zheng hostage and causes an explosion. When the rubble clears, Glitch is alive but trapped with Air Force Captain Scarlett Anderson on the other side of the gateway!
Far from home on an alien world, Glitch and Anderson must find Zheng before the planet’s inhabitants can eat, crush, drown, or execute them. Even if they can escape in one piece, will they still have a home to come back to?
THE GIRL IN THE CITY
With the oppressive Transport Authority controlling every aspect of their lives, Leah and her father do what they can to survive.
Until Leah takes a bag of salvage from a dying stranger, and she and her father are drawn into the world of Transport and its war with the terrorist organisation, TRACE.
A war that could cost them their lives.
It’s been a while since I talked about my running here. The main reason for that is I barely did any running last year thanks to a hard-to-pin down calf injury. Towards the end of last year, I found a chiropractor and started getting weekly physiotherapy. It’s helped a lot and although the injury is still there, I’ve been ramping[…]
My original plan this year was to post a monthly update on how my writing is going. That hasn’t worked out too well so far. The January update was late and thanks to an unexpected and extended trip back to the UK the February/March updates have been MIA… until now! First up, February. It was a moderately productive month[…]
My science fiction novel, Glitch Mitchell and the Unseen Planet, is on offer for just 99c at the moment BUT I don’t want you to buy it because you’ll soon be able to read it here on the website free of charge. My original plan for Unseen Planet was to write 10 chapters, each about 1,000 words, and[…]
And we’re back. Mostly. There’s still some tweaking to do with colours and few fonts on some of the pages but for the most part things seem to be okay. If you see any issues, please let me know.