Scenes of Strangeness has been downloaded by over 6,800 readers and is currently available on Amazon as an eBook. My cartoons have been compared favorably to Gary Larson’s Far Side and to the works opf James Thurber. Hope you will try Scenes of Strangeness out.
It recently received a spectacular five star review from a reader in the UK in which the cartoons were clinically discussed. You can read this wonderful review here:
Falling Star’s Cover photo (c) by Tomo Yun
Falling Star is a very realistic science fiction thriller about the accidental discovery of huge mysterious objects buried deep in the ocean in 1967 and what happened when they woke up in 1993 and started sending messages to outer space. Mike is pulled out of a cushy job on Wall Street to finish the work he had started as a young navy ensign in 1967. But before he can even reach the headquarters of the super secret agency, he is attacked by gangs of what look like ordinary Americans. As it this wasn’t enough, he also learns that a deeply revered friend has died. Will the death of Mike’s friend mean that the secrets of the enigmatic objects will remain forever buried in the muck and silt of the ocean bottom?
Falling Star has been downloaded by almost 30,000 readers since its launch in 2010 and has received many four and five star reviews across the many platforms on which it is available. Many readers have commented on this fast-paced, highly realistic story. One of the best comments is that Falling Star is so realistic that it “makes the reader wonder if this story might not be fiction at all, but something very real and very disturbing.”
I am currently working on the sequel to Falling Star.
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