Drake Chaoxiang

In 1991 a journal was found in Dayton, Ohio - less than a mile from a crash site where alien bodies were discovered. It was the surviving journal of a missing person - one Drake Chaoxiang - who claimed to have constructed a device for communicating with extra terrestrials.


The Grimoire of Mad Poetry Programming found within the upcoming novel 'RiverXer.' A fictional book of post singularity sourcery. A necessary component to any technomagi library.

Death Poems

I do not know what the future holds. In the case that I am not around to publish my books as intended, I would like to at least leave these poems. Thank you for your time.

The Mad Science

A collection of Mad Scientist stories, from H. G. Well's The Island of Dr. Moreau, and At the Mountains of Madness By H.P Lovecraft, all the way to Frankenstein by Mary Wollstonecraft (Godwin) Shelley.

I'm not a cyborg's pet: The smart girl's guide to surviving the robot apocalypse

Feisty 19 year old, Jenny Banks is thrown into a dystopian nightmare as a robot uprising run by dark Artificial Intelligences takes over the world. Captured and slave collared by robots, Jenny is sent to slave school and then sold to the notorious but mysterious Cyborg called Lord Rockwood. Can she survive being 'up cycled' as a...

Driftwood Key

The island of Driftwood Key is an idyllic paradise vacation destination just off of the east coast of the USA, where the famous and not so famous enjoy the sun and the beach together on a small sliver of land. When a tragic accident shatters the peaceful existence of the island residents, the future of one island resident is changed...

The Baron's Quest

Erika is forcefully taken back to the 15th century by a time-hopping Baron who is convinced she is the reincarnation of his lost beloved, and when the blood-thirsty Francesca starts infusing with her modern-day self, the true battle begins...

The Hope

Peace. Love. Faith. Harmony - Words that used to describe mankind and life on Earth were replaced by wars, hatred, mistrust, and incongruity. Nations once vowed brotherhoods now endlessly sent fires to each other, robbing the resources to secure valuable commodities for themselves. Mankind hated each other for being different, not...