MIB Files: Driller (Tales of the Men In Black – Book 8)
The latest story in the MIB Files is now out! MIB Files: Driller is available in ebook, soon to be paperback.
When the Men In Black (MIB) show up at a construction site and haul the foreman away, he’s got no idea why, but he finds himself part of a strange situation, fighting for his life. The MIB FILES are stories of the paranormal, strange things, and UFO sightings with one thing in common: interactions with the Men In Black (MIB). These stories are stand-alone and can be read in any order.
Robotic suits that people wear are all the rage and the hottest status symbol. They make life easier for their owners and a lot more fun! The first problem with the suits is that they are very expensive. Oswald “Wally” Manske, a humble mailroom clerk, saved up for most of his life for a suit and now he’s finally got it. He’s looking forward to his new life of popularity and easy times. The second problem with the suits is that they can be hacked and turned against their owners…A short sci-fi story.
My short story MIB Files: Meltdown Liquidator went on sale today – thank you to those who bought it on the pre-sale, and you saved yourself some money! It was on special for $0.99, then went up to the regular price of $2.99. If you’d also like to save on my future releases, then join my mailing list at: http://eepurl.com/PH44z
Today, it got to #65 in the Kindle Store > Kindle Short Reads > One hour (33-43 pages) > Science Fiction & Fantasy, see the screen shot, lower right:
1986. A nuclear reactor is in meltdown behind the Iron Curtain, letting off intense radiation. A solider goes into the contaminated zone to help with the clean up but gets something more demonic than a dose of radiation.
The MIB FILES are stories of the paranormal, strange things, and UFO sightings with one thing in common: interactions with the Men In Black (MIB). These stories are stand-alone and can be read in any order.
Disclaimer: This is an original work, not based in any way on the popular movie series “Men in Black”. This story takes its inspiration from the real life accounts of the Men in Black (MIB) that were reported decades before the films were made. It makes no reference to the films, their plots, settings, or characters, or any of their ancillary properties, whatsoever.
Now on pre-order for a July 15, 2017 release (get it for $0.99, regular $2.99):
Halloween in June? Sure, why not! Just published “Halloween Sam: The Candle Man” – a short story/animation script.
Previously only available in my short story collection “Short Stories Volume 1,” this story has been a favourite of mine for a while now.
I’d love to team up with some animators and make this into a short movie one day! Maybe even expand it to a feature. I think the vivid imagery and musical elements (the character of Halloween Sam sings throughout the story), would make a stand-out film.
Like a free copy? Here’s a little contest! The first 3 people who can tell me who said “Everyday is Halloween” get a free copy! Leave a comment to win.
My novel EARTH PLAN has been out for a few months now, but I thought it was time to update the cover. That’s it pictured above, for the ebook. I just wanted to show it off!
Grey aliens invade the primordial Earth to genetically alter humans and enslave them. Ships from the Watchers land too, collecting DNA to preserve it from tampering. An energy shield appears around Earth from an unknown force, to quarantine the Grey infection. Eons later, the Earth is a hell. A secret society fights back with the aid of the Watchers, in a universe-spanning battle for life itself.
My short story MIB Files: Bigfoot Hunter – Tales of the Men In Black has been out for a while in ebook format, so I thought it was time to get it out in paperback. Here’s a short video talking about the book:
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