Review: "I loved it!
This is an adorable book. Perfect in tone and subject matter for children, entertaining for adults reading along with them. I had a smile on my face the whole time I read this book. I also loved the illustrations, which are fresh and delightful, and the snarky little-plays-on-words like Monkey Pants, Smarty Pants and Anson Pants. Spilt Milk gives a whole new meaning to the expressions, "Don't cry over spilt milk!" and "Is it a crime to spill milk?" 5 stars!"
(February 12, 2018)
Pickled Bananas and Other Schwartz Stories
Review: "I would recommend this book to anyone who needs a laugh, a quick pick me up, or just enjoys using their noggin while being entertained."
(August 31, 2014)
Review: "What an incredibly imaginative book! I really don't know how the author thought up half the things in here. Crazy characters, crazier worlds. Just brilliant. It really sucks you in and makes you curious about what happens next."
(December 30, 2014)
A Rarity, Artley
Summary: The story of Danny Artley, a young artist struggling for recognition and acceptance.
This tale is dedicated to all the rarities in the world. To all the dreamers, weirdos, whackos, strange agents,...pretty much anyone who sees the world differently and feels like they need to explain their unique vision to the rest of the world. To all the artists, authors, musicians, poets, scientists, sculptors, and so on, who give that unique vision definition and clarity. To all the shunned, ignored, misunderstood, forgotten,...This tale is for you. Enjoy!
(Approximately 14,500 words)
Review: "This was excellent! I enjoyed every bit start to finish! I would love to see Trudy in another story!"
(June 16, 2016)
Summary: In the US, middle-aged muggle, Tony Wilson, has finally received his calling as a wizard. He learns about his newly discovered magical abilities while taking on the role of the muggle studies teacher. While Tony teaches about the lives of muggles, the staff at the school study Tony to learn more about his latent magical abilities. This story is for all who await their calling.
Muggle Studies is a work of original fan fiction.
Review: "It was actually very good, with an actual plot rather than random nonsense that I have come to expect of Hitchhiker's Guide fanfiction. And your writing style - hats off! You totally nailed it - it was like I was reading a one shot written by Adams himself. And the humour was actually really good - not tacky and forced as it generally is in a lot of fanfiction."
(February 07, 2016)
More Than Dalek
Review: "Beings as pitiless as Daleks, but gifted with creative thinking and who actually enjoy killing? Now that's terrifying..."
The Dalek Advocate
(October 07, 2016)
Summary: When the TARDIS is stuck in space in the path of an oncoming planet, the Doctor enlists the help of an astronomer. Will he be able to move the Old Girl in time? Or, will she become a spectacular addition to this year's meteor shower?
Jammed is a work of original fan fiction.
Wyrd World II (Anthology)
Review: "A great way to read and get to know writers you may not of known about. None of the stories were bad and actually several were very good."
(April 30, 2015)