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Popshot Magazine—a mag showcasing emerging writers—have published and illustrated my short story “The Motherhood Effect”. Woot!

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Desperate to revive his acting career, Henry Hoo causes an accident that leaves him broke and unemployable. He fancies an ex-colleague named Beth, but he’s afraid she’ll learn about his past and think him a fraud. When Fourth Wall Studios offer him a deal he can’t refuse, he believes he can finally leave his bad reputation behind, only to find he’s being replaced by technology. As the real and unreal blur, Henry must fight to regain his identity, and save the city from being lost in Fourth Wall’s technological illusions.

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“...vivid, smart, and a bit poetic...” Amazon review

A MULTI-MEDIA SCI-FI SERIES

Splintered Horizon begins with Amanojaku, and the vertical city of Brulle

A Titan Technology initiative, the vertical city of Brulle was built in 2032 as a haven for world citizens wanting to transcend the limits of their natural forms. Mood implants, limb enhancements, body modification—everybody could have any body they wanted, allowing the emergence of the human-tech hybrid-races. But an ever-increasing stream of refugees threatened the hybrid's dream, and set in motion a class war that could tumble Brulle itself.

Brulle

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Explore the world of the Splintered Horizon series

Splintered Horizon begins in Amanojaku, and the vertical city of Brulle

A Titan Technology initiative, the vertical city of Brulle was built in 2032 as a haven for world citizens wanting to transcend the limits of their natural forms. Mood implants, limb enhancements, body modification—everybody could have any body they wanted, allowing the emergence of the human-tech hybrid-races. But an ever-increasing stream of refugees threatened the hybrid's dream, and set in motion a class war that could tumble Brulle itself.

Brulle

Characters

Technology

Artwork

“His vision of the future is intriguing, yet solidly rooted in the possible.”

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