Michael Potters is caught in a dilemma. He is attempting to solve his own murder and trying to do so while in the form of a little boy whose body he now inhabits. While doing so, he not only has to keep the secret from his own son, but from the new family that he is now living with. To add even more to his troubles he is having to once more attend grade school, something which was frustrating enough the first time. He has no idea why all of this is happening to him nor how much time he has left to find out why. All he can do is race the clock to try to discover who was responsible for murdering him before his time runs out.
Gaius Richards is a teenage boy born of two worlds who just wants to go to high school and live a normal life as he connects with his mortal roots. As the hero “Titan,” an immortal from Mt. Olympus and the son of Gaia, he is also the strongest person to ever walk the face of the Earth. Christine is a smart, overly-serious girl who accidentally stumbles onto his secret, and through the wisdom of the gods finds that maybe it was not an accident that they were meant to find each other. As they fall in love, the two of them will together face the greatest adventure of their lives as Gaius, Earth’s sworn protector, will face the greatest battle of his life as he attempts to stop a human killing machine long thought dead from wrecking havoc on his adopted home. Can an Olympian die, or will he be able to find the strength to not only save himself, but everyone he holds dear?
From the author: I love super heroes. Comic books have been a large part of my life for three decades and I have fond memories of losing myself in those colorful pages for hours on end. When I set out to write this book I wanted to capture the essence of those wonderful books that I read when I was a kid and put it into novel form. Hopefully, I have succeeded.
In the summer of 1983, a young teen named Danny Brent and his two best friends share good times and special moments while enjoying that unique magic of childhood, an all too brief time when anything seemed possible. They also share a chilling adventure that bonds them together well into adulthood. Now, for the first time in almost thirty years, Danny is sharing his secret about what really happened, the story about his brief encounter with the Goatman – a legendary creature that exists on the outskirts of town in a haunted area called Goatman’s, how he saved his life, and what happens afterwards.
From the author: “The Goatman” is very much inspired by Stephen King’s “The Body,” which was then made into the brilliant film “Stand By Me.” I wanted to capture the essence of what it was like to be a young boy and growing up, spending time with your best friends, a magical time when every day was an adventure and anything seemed possible.
Meet Cindy, Matt and Phillip Hodges, three teenage siblings who are doing their best to cope with the divorce of their parents. Although they are siblings, they are very different people who are coping with the situation in their own way. Through a strange circular machine with its own personality that appears in the basement of their lake house, they are transported to a different world, a world where magic and science are one. It is also a world where people have wings, can fly, and live in a magnificent, sprawling city floating in the sky. They soon find themselves involved in a religious war, their coming prophesized years ago in the Book of Origins as the Empath, the Warrior and the Wind Rider. With the help of Arion, a teenage sorcerer’s apprentice and the beastly yet strangely human Posdingo, they invade the floating city of Fastune to not only set free the Phoenix – The Daughter of God and this world’s version of Jesus Christ – but to also rid them of the evil Mephosi, a power mad wizard who has declared himself God. As the soldiers of two kingdoms collide in a terrible war they race to set this world back on a peaceful path. But then, a choice must be made. Once it is all over, will they stay here on this wonderful world filled with people they have come to love and consider family…or return home to a family that is broken?
A time travel story that will stay with you forever… True love and friendship has no boundaries, even across time. Christopher and Susan are two teens who are best friends – one a talented guitarist with dreams of attending Julliard and the other a talented young writer who accidentally travel back to the year 1963. There they fall deeply in love and have to make a decision; do they stay with those they love and care about or return home while they still have a chance? But if only one of them returns, how will that change the timeline? Will their entire lives be changed for the better or for the worse? Will their dreams still come true? And will they meet up together later in time?
From the author: Books come about in different ways. For this book the first thing that came to mind was the ending – two teenagers go on a time travel adventure and only one of them returns to their own time and they meet up again, one of them now obviously decades older. That was it. A week later the rest of the idea popped into my head one day out of the blue and I had my story. I knew who these characters were, what their goals were, everything. One of my favorite movies is “Somewhere in Time,” which is another time travel story. I wanted to try and capture the magic and emotion of that movie in this book. Hopefully, I have succeeded.