How can you stop a god from destroying everything --- even if you are a god?
A young god graduates from God School and gets his dream job of building his first universe. Plagued by a school rival and aided by his friends, he struggles to build a universe he can be proud of in this humorous fantasy.More info →
Free will is lost. Conscious thought is digital, connected and controlled by a central processor that is void of all emotion. “Unique” and “individual” are extinct terms. Human nature is replaced by unobstructed cooperation.
Jaxon grew up in a world where adults have been digitally altered. They are masked as humans, but in reality they are something far different. In his own virtual world, Jaxon dominates. Video games are his life and he remains happily distracted. However, he is fast approaching the mandatory age when he will be required to transfer his consciousness into digital form. When his older brother is unwillingly taken away to undergo the process, the experience propels Jaxon into action. He doesn’t want his sense of self stripped away or to become part of The Cooperative. In order to survive he must find a way to become a real life hero.More info →
A humorous fantasy about a young god whose job is fixing broken universes. Bernie is different from other gods, who tend to take a hell-fire-and-brimstone approach to problem-solving.
Our young hero has the misguided notion that life - even if it was created by the gods - is important and shouldn’t just be sniffed out...
Even if it’s the life of a murderous wizard bent on destroying anyone who opposes him.More info →
This is the prequel to the award-winning book, Bernie and the Putty. This story begins when our young gods are twelve years old. A little girl is lost, and our young heroes are the only ones who can save her from the deadly woods.More info →