the left side

Some kind of update. I have not been good about keeping up with this space. I know it has been several months, but I have been researching, writing queries, and going through intense visualization exercises to manifest some out-of-this-world outcome for this series. How deep does the story go and what is it’s pace? Does it move like a tingle in the spine or a clenched jaw? FALLEN is the first book in The Jack Chronicles. Serendipitously, it has been submitted for an editorial review for worthiness by someone I have known since the early years that happens to be one the best literary minds I know. So, fingers crossed!


You’ve reached Jack. He’s been pacing in a crooked line to invite you into this space for years. A place of experimental thought to experience and practice the art of telling a story. Here are alliterations of purposeful prose with wizards of wonder walking on waves of light from ancient places like gods playing with their creation, and much more, into the science of abstract and unreality.

I am forever in the practice of writing and so appreciate your curiosity as a reader and hope that you find inspiration and adventure in The Jack Chronicles.

log lines:

An ancient God takes human form only to struggle with the taint that haunts humanity. The fate of the world begs him to remember his power, his true self, to save them from the Dark Mother that has come to feast on the temptations of man.

Jack is a character born into a world of chaos. He struggles with the tension that lies just beneath the surface of every conversation. He doesn’t quite fit in and might be considered weak as a hero where his destiny is to save the universe from an insidious dark force that taints the soul of everything, devouring all in war.

The first book of The Jack Chronicles is titled, FALLEN. – [Coming Soon]

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