It is by a strange twist of fate that I am a published author. I was in culinary school doing an essay for the English portion of my AA degree. After finishing the assignment in less than 20 minutes and far faster than any of my classmates, the professor looked at my work, then he asked me a question I will never forget. "How many books have you written?" I remember thinking: I am going to be a chef, why would I write a book? I had forgotten the young boy who used to write ghost stories to scare his grandmother. After several failed attempts at being a chef, I met an author who was giving a lecture at the local library. I remember thinking that would be a cool thing to do. That very night I remembered the words of Professor Wolfson in culinary school: "How many books have you written?" So I sat down at the computer and started what would become Revenge from Mars, my first novel. That was 5 years ago and I haven't looked back since.
"This Thursday, Bobbi and I welcomed Science Fiction writer Todd Embry to the Writer's Block. We had a fascinating conversation with Todd about his myriad professions ultimately driving him to get serious about writing, and writing Science Fiction in particular. Todd is also a short story author and a poet...oh yea, he's also a graduate with honors from Le Cordon Bleu Academe'. An interesting fellow and one we will not soon forget. Thanks Todd!"
When orphaned ex-Navy S.E.A.L. Thomas Scott decides upon a life of crime, he does not expect to be recruited to join an elite Special Forces operation charged with stealing an alien artifact. Especially a mixed-species alien team headed by inter-galactic billionaire Snarth. The close-knit team soon becomes Tom's family in more senses than one, which complicates matters when the mysterious artifact turns out to hold secrets that may plunge the whole of the known universe into a devastating war... BUY E-BOOK NOWBuy in our shop
Stunning sequel to Alien Manifesto: the Human Thomas Scott, part of intergalactic playboy Snarth's special forces team, finds he must battle for the safety of Earth's Mirror, before interplanetary politics threaten his new family - and his home.
Everything Henry William Thomas loves has been taken from him by Earth's ruling regime. In despair he becomes an artifact prospector on Mars, but what he finds there enables him to extract a revenge beyond his wildest imaginings. BUY E-BOOK NOWBuy in our shop
In the dystopian universe of The Human, Thomas Scott, The Temporal Corps attempts to correct disastrous events through the use of time machines. Viewed from disparate angles, the stories in this book tell of resulting paradoxes and loops as timelines collide and intertwine.
Including some of the authorís evocative poetry and many a fascinating twist, this book will take you on a journey through creative timelines,conceived within a Bi-Polar Mind.