I began my first book titled "Project Exodus" in the fall of 1992 when I started college. This was before the days of Print On Demand publishing (POD) and the book ended up being shelved when my engineering coursework became more difficult.
Fast-forward to 2005, when I had taken up an interest in studying the Antediluvian Age and the Ice Age that followed. I looked around for a book that accurately portrayed it, and since the few I found (at the time) weren't what I was looking for, I decided to go off and write my own. A few outlines later, I found that I had come up a framework from which many books could be written.
Meanwhile, the situation in the Middle East began to heat up with the Iraq War, and the subsequent nuclear race of Iran. I felt led to write another book detailing the roles of these nations (among others) according to my views and interpretations of the Bible. And thus "The Time of Jacob's Trouble" was born. In 2011, the book was revised and expanded as “The Time of Jacob’s Trouble Trilogy”.
After writing the “The Time of Jacob’s Trouble” the next book published was, “Endeavor in Time.” In this time-travel science-fiction story, Daniel Marks, the Chief Programmer on a cutting-edge research project, suddenly finds himself back nearly twenty years in the past. With his knowledge of the future before it happens, will he be able to prevent another disaster at NASA before Endeavor, the new shuttle is launched? The sequel to “Endeavor in Time” was published in mid-2012 called “The Exchange” in which Daniel Marks experiences a horrible personal loss and embarks on a hybrid-age journey which will cause him to not only question the entire purpose of his existence, but that very existence itself.
In 2010, “The Cell - Twilight's Last Gleaming” was published, a speculative fiction novel that examines America’s future a decade after the financial crash of 2008. As America continues to slog through the Great Recession which has yet to end, the conservatives and the churches have been silenced, and law enforcement seems helpless against the growing gangs and vigilante groups. And though the light of many churches have been extinguished, tiny flames of faith flicker to life and begin to grow.
Late in 2011, my first two non-fiction books were published, “On the Precipice” and “Ezekiel Watch.” The book “On the Precipice - Hosea Speaks to America” explores America’s current problems in comparison to the Book of Hosea in the Bible, in which the nation of Israel had turned away from her Scriptural foundations and was faced with judgment. “Ezekiel Watch - Then They Shall Know” provides a comprehensive examination of Ezekiel 36-39: Israel’s restoration to her homeland and the massive attack on Israel by Russia, Iran, and the other Islamic nations of the Middle East.
“The Castors of Giza” is the first of several books that fictionalizes ancient history, with the subject of this story being the building of the Great Pyramid of Egypt. In the Fourth Dynasty of Kemet is growing stronger under its ambitious new leader, Pharaoh Khufu. His father, King Snefuru has established a legacy of extravagant monuments and massive building projects, and his son will not allow himself to become a lesser king. With the science of pyramid construction now perfected, Khufu has determined to build the grandest monument of all time: the Great Pyramid.
In my first politically-oriented book, “The American Tyrant” Barack Obama’s background, mentors, and presidency are explored. Who is Barack Obama? Where did he come from, what are his values, and where does he want to take the United States of America? Does his vision of America square with those of America’s Founders and past presidents? Where are his czars, policies, and executive orders taking us? Could he really be America’s Tyrant?
The latest non-fiction book, “Our American Awakening” is another politically-themed book that explores America’s founding, decline into Progressivism, and ways to restore America. What lies ahead for America in the years ahead? What changes can we make today that will improve America for our children and grandchildren?
My latest work, “Rise of the Anshar” kicks off a new series of novels that are set in the age before the Flood of Noah, chronicling the events that led to the end of the First Age and then the replenishing of the world after the Flood. “The Days of Noah Series” is expected to span at least five novels, though more may be necessary to complete the series.