The Journals of Jacob and Hyde
The first in the Jehovah and Hades series.
Jake was just a normal kid who enjoyed hearing his mother's bedtime stories. The stories became shockingly real when he discovered that he was a descendant of Dr. Jekyll and that he had his own Mr. Hyde living inside him. Driven by a desire to do good, he attempts to hunt down and kill the remaining Hyde monsters. Can he finish off the onslaught of Hyde monsters and keep the girl he loves safe from their retaliation?
"Has all the technology and adventure I like in a short story/novel."
I was born very close to Death Valley in California, but I grew up in Seattle, WA. I've loved reading and writing since I was a little kid and it's what helped me choose to pursue a bachelors degree in history. I've worked for Best Buy / Geek Squad for the past five years. I served as a missionary for two years in the Philippines and I speak Tagalog fluently. I love to travel and I tend to incorporate places that I've been and experiences that I've had into my writing. I plan on publishing short stories and history articles.
SODIUM: 1 Harbinger
Before an invasion it is wise to gather intel on your foe. Harbinger begins the tale of the fight to save Earth as told from the perspective of an unlikely hero...
In 1957, a group of wilderness adventurers are confronted with the unexpected. They are forced to defend themselves against an unworldly enemy. Will man's first encounter with aliens force them to run or will they stand and fight? This is the first thriller in the SODIUM series. Follow along as the unwitting group determine their own fate.
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I took up writing in 2011 for fun and have since been hooked. Self publishing is a blast. Aside from eBooks my writings are also available in print from my web site http://www.arsenex.com. If you are so inclined, I enjoy feedback. Please send any comments to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you choose to read any of my works I sincerely hope you enjoy them. If so, please come back and leave a review!