I've produced a variety of work over the years, most of which you will never read. The reasons for this are manifold, but they generally relate to either embarrassment over my early writing, or the fact that a lot of the work is personal, either to me or to the people for and about whom it was written.
In this section, you'll find links to some different works. Switch, a short Sci-Fi comedy story told in 6 episodes which had initially incorporated a voting system run through Facebook as to what would happen next, remains one of my favourites. I have left the 'Switch Points' intact at the end of each episode, so you can get a feel for how the system would have worked. There's also a little surprise at the end.
My Epic Poems are a reflection of an emotional journey I went through some years back, incorporating expressions of loss, despair, and a return to hope for the future. I wrote them all in a relatively short period of time and have never returned to this style. They remain as unique milestones in my evolution as a writer.
Nameless Enters the Firelands was a story I wrote for a games company called Larian Studios, and while it secured me an interview for a writing job, my painfully obvious lack of research on the Divinity world during the 3-hour long interview session kept me unemployed at the time.