The Magnitude is the story of some intertwining lives in a fictional town of Dubergrois, Mississippi.
The characters include a raving lunatic calling himself a preacher, an embittered paraplegic who wants to sue God for his handicap, an enigmatic presence of evil and others of various traditional theological beliefs.
~ 2006, The Bishop of Souls is the story of a troublesome foster child named Jonsie who is visited by a guy whose behavior insinuates he is the Jesus Christ of Christian belief.
Interactions with the man cause even more turmoil in Jonsie's troubled life challenging him on what he believes and who he thinks the man really is.
~ 2009, The Armageddon Reign is a mildly esoteric story of some pariahs living in a time contemporarily described by Christian theology and the Armageddon.
The group exist in fear and isolation scrounging for their little sustenance.
Their existence is soon met with greater fear and tragedy and a deadly challenge which is changed by an unexpected relationship.
~ 2010, The First Principle of Murder is about three co-workers who had been imbezzling from their company of employment.
As a regular audit takes place, the trio believes they have to kill the auditor to delay the action. After much planning, they decide upon the fateful task only to realize the next day they had killed the wrong person.
text for later
This is my play titled simply 'the play'.
It features protagonists and antagonists with the names of what they do.
They discuss and maneuver around each other demonstrating more of society's issues with their norms.
It was recovered from a long since lost unpublished book of mine entitled "Just A Little Madcap Ferocity".
The Court of the Atonement is a short religious play demonstrating God's forgiveness of each person's sins.
A Contemporary Christmas Carol is my re-writing of the Dickens' classic with more modern concepts while preserving the integrity of the original.
Siblings gather after their mother's death to discuss what to do with the old family home; but interact more about themselves.