Book Signing at the Destin Barnes and Noble

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Big news everyone! Tomorrow (Sunday, November 5th), I’ll be doing a book signing at the Destin Barnes and Noble! I always enjoy my book signings—it’s a chance to meet and talk to people who know me. And those discovering me for the first time. Tomorrow is going to be even more special because my publishers, […]

Suzy Q

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Happy Halloween everyone! Or, well, happy Halloween season, I suppose. To celebrate the season, I’ve released a new story titled Suzy Q. Halloween is one of my favorite holidays, though I’m not sure whether I like the costumes, candy, or fear-casting more; it’s all just so much fun! Especially scaring people. Speaking of which… Suzy […]

Teddy

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Enter the brief and intense world of Anne in Teddy. The short story Teddy is written in the third-person point of view, but still seeks to allow readers to experience the story through Anne’s eyes with specific and deliberate use of language, word choice and imagery. One of Noah’s shorter works, he views this as the embodiment of […]

Blind Jaguar

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Initially conceived for the purposes of proving Noah’s skill in the written word, Blind Jaguar soon became something much more, both to him and others. Blind Jaguar remains, to him, one of his most unique pieces, simply because it is written completely out of his comfortable range and writing style. Reviewers and readers alike have agreed that […]

Sonny

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Sonny is a short story written from the first-person perspective, mostly fueled by watching and reading too many zombie-related works. Given in a narrative style in the first-person, this particular short story seeks to introduce a cold, realistic edge to the world of zombies, similar in manner as how H.G. Wells did with extraterrestrial invasion. […]