“In the movies, Thundertown was depicted like a real town, with boundaries, Folk-run businesses, and a government. In real life, Thundertown was a block here or there, three businesses on the same side of the street, an unconnected sewer main, or a single abandoned building.”
An epidemic of missing person cases leads Alex Delatorre to Thundertown, the underground network of abandoned spaces where the Folk frequently squat. There he hears rumors about a new Lord trying to unite the population.
No one has seen them, no one has spoken to them. Separating truth from fiction brings negative attention to Alex and his friends.
New Adult Speculative fiction, published by Nine Star Press
After the death of her stepfather, Isabel moves to North Dakota to try to escape her grief. While there, shes drawn to a boy named Tom who reveals he is hundreds of years old.
Meanwhile, John is struggling to survive a superhuman metabolism that is destroying him from the inside out.
When John and Isabel meet, they must both confront the changes they've made for other people.
An article in the North Star about the contention over a 2019 tenants' rights bill and New York Senator Julia Salazar's decision to reverse her position on the matter, in spite of campaign promises
Guest speaker on the antiques and collectibles podcast Antiques Freaks.
Appears in episode 038 and 041 to better describe scientific antiques and provide historical record
Guest speaker on the panel “Crafting Memorable Villains” with fellow Nine Star Press Authors Chris Bedell, Hannah Carmack and Taylor Barton
Gues speaker on WROTE podcast to discuss my debut novel, Lord of Thundertown, and the role history and gender plays in fiction