Steve’s Axe Girlfriend

  “I want to thank you guys for helping me.  I know there’s other things you’d rather have been doing today than helping me move all my crap up two flights of stairs.  So, here’s to you my friends!” Steve said, raising his beer bottle in salute to the group of his tired, grubby buddies…

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Excerpt From The Eight Fingered Fiend of Lake Porker

The full book is available for purchase in e-book and print form at: Amazon.com Amazon.co.uk Barnes and Noble Kobobooks Smashwords Now, for what I expect will be your nearly-orgasmic reading pleasure, I present the first two chapters of The Eight Fingered Fiend of Lake Porker: . Chapter 1:  Bless Your Heart   “Well, Dr. Braun, what…

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A Fabulous Business Opportunity

“Thanks for the coffee,” Alex said as he and his former college roommate, Lance, took their seats at a quiet table at the back of the coffee shop.  “It’s been a long time… too long.  I’m glad you got in touch.” “Yeah,” Lance replied.  “It has been a long time.  We spent so much time together when…

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Operation Black Friday

  January 5, 2003.  Russian President Vladimir Putin is in a secret meeting with his top-level advisors. President Putin was ecstatic – you could tell because he was frowning much less than usual.  “Comrades, I have exciting news!  A project we began many years ago is finally ready for implementation.  I still do not understand how mighty…

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Alien Invasion Of The Zombie Apocalypse

  The Sneila had planned their invasion of Earth perfectly, or so they thought.  Years of studying our planet, our defenses, our people, had allowed the slimy blue bastards to prepare everything they needed for a swift, decisive victory over the human race.  They wouldn’t even need to kill anyone.  Their research of human physiology had enabled…

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Manatee Vengeance – Blood At The Boat Launch

Shit! Morty the manatee thought to himself as he rapidly (for a manatee) dove to get out of the way of the oncoming boat traveling well in excess of the legal speed in the posted manatee area.  It was too late.  Morty felt the searing pain of the boat’s propeller slicing into his back. With the boat traveling on, Morty…

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