Metaphorically kickin' butt and takin' names since the day I was born.


Do you like action, do you like adventure? Did you know that those two things and reading are not mutually exclusive?

Itís true! Read on and find out how you, too, can experience the thrills of action, romance, adventure and self-deprecating humor from the comfort of your own couch, car, or doctorís waiting room. As a special bonus, you, personally, will not have to risk being shot, lit on fire, or telekinetically crushed by a dumpster in order to do so.

How, you ask? Three easy steps!

  • Step one, read the samples of my books and find one you like.
  • Step two, buy one of my books.
  • Step three, read it to be transported to a new world.


Questions & Answers

(That I Made Up)

Question: What is your favorite food?
Answer: Sodium!

Question: How did you get so hot?
Answer: I'm wearing too many layers.

Question: How long does it take you to write a book?
Answer: I don't know. I write in my sleep.

Question: What's your religion?
Answer: Earthseed.

Question: Where do your ideas come from?
Answer: When an alicorn collides with a rainbow, the pieces fall to earth in a special location. I harvest those pieces and grind them into a fine paste. I then devour the paste and the alicorn's magical adventures are transferred into my cerebral cortex. I can't reveal the location as it's a trade secret.

Question: Is Iggy Asian?
Answer: He's half Mexican and half Klatchian.

Question: You think Iggy looks like Batman, seriously?
Answer: They edited my response—I originally said Batman Beyond, aka, Terry McGinnis. And he does. You should see the dude with his shirt off. Ssssss (that's a sizzle noise).

Question: Which CareBear are you?
Answer: WereBear.

Question: Are there any bullets left in that gun?
Answer: No. There was one shot at Mr. Boddy in the Study; two for the chandelier; two at the Lounge door and one for the singing telegram.

Question: That's not six.
Answer: One plus two plus two plus one.

Question: Uh-uh, there was only one shot that got the chandelier. That's one plus two plus one plus one.
Answer: Even if you were right, that would be one plus one plus two plus one, not one plus *two* plus one plus one.

Question: Okay, fine. One plus two plus one... Shut up!
Answer: Math!

Question: Speaking of math, what's your favorite math-based edutainment show?
Answer: Square One!