In Jerry’s Corner! My latest novel is now available!

Published by Dream’s Edge Publishing, my latest work of fiction is now on the market!

In Jerry’s Corner is the story of a life under observation, and the mysterious person who is always with Jerry. Filled with humor, surprises and (frankly) humanity, In Jerry’s Corner is many things- magic realism, science fiction, post-modern, romance, comedy, family drama, etc. For me, it is at its heart my attempt to say through fiction what it means to be human and live a life here on this spinning planet.

Here is the back cover description:

Ever since Jerry Sleight was a baby, Bill was there. 

Bill is tall, quiet, unblinking and green. He is in the northwest corner of every room Jerry visits and only Jerry can see him.

It might sound strange, but Bill is an alien from a planet without a name and his task is to watch a human life from beginning to end. But why he is observing Jerry, and what does he hope to see? Only Bill knows the true answers to the mystery.

Filled with laughter and surprises, Jerry’s days with Bill will represent all of humanity and the impact a life can have, not just on others but on an entire world and universe.

In Jerry’s Corner is about the importance of a single life… and the amazing green individual watching it all take place.

In Jerry’s Corner can be found now on Amazon both in paperback and eBook format!

Here are the links for the new version: 

In Jerry’s Corner on Amazon USA

In Jerry’s Corner on Amazon UK

I hope you will check it out soon. Thanks for reading!

Upon The Ground: Full Of Her

The next short story from my collection Upon The Ground is up at  This short story is called “Full of Her” and can be found here.

Here is a snippet from the beginning:

“Full of Her”

She was going to do it again.

He could read it in her eyes. He could read it in her hands as they moved awkwardly with the knife and fork at the table. God, he could read it in the air, her presence before she even walked up to the table. Before she sat down across from him and looked up at him with her eyes, he knew. Everything else was just waiting for the inevitable

She was going to do it again and the only question running through his mind was what approach would it be this time.

She put her fork back down on the table and looked up at him. “Joey,” she sighed. “You’re my best friend…”

It was approach number 12 again.

You can read the rest of the story here. I’ve also put up links to all of the other stories via the Upon The Ground page on this site.  Thanks for reading!