Books are pleasant little worlds, and it’s nice to travel through them often.

I’ve written a couple of books (which I’m trying to get back control of), and I’ve formatted a few classic texts for readability on phone or kindle.

Check out the links below to get them!

My Texts


Running in at a mere 8500 words, this slim volume expounds a variety of concepts in the art of arguing Semantics. While often dismissed or disliked, arguments of semantics can envelop anything from daily arguments to long-standing disputes, stretching across languages and disciplines.

Just 99¢ for the ebook.

Osseous Mandate

Pulp Friction : Book 1


A new disease, seemingly incurable, is infecting people across the city, destroying their bones and leaving the victims racked with pain. Jeremy Redsummers and his small team search the city for the mad creator of the affliction, racing to put a stop to his deadly plot.
Drawing from the many cliches inherent to the formulaic Pulp Fiction genre, this book simultaneously pokes fun and has fun with the style.

Just 99¢ for the ebook.

Classic Texts

Armenia and the War

An Armenian’s Point of View with an Appeal to Britain and the Coming Peace Conference

Author: A. P. Hacobian

Foreword: O. M. Bryce

All profits from this book will be donated toward Armenian relief until the end of the current war.

Written in 1917, towards the end of World War 1 and during a time of immense strife for the Armenian people known as The Armenian Genocide, “Armenia and The War” implores the reader to examine the events of the preceding few years. In Hacobian’s own words, “That is my plea for placing this statement of the cause of my afflicted country before the British public, confident that, with its inherent love of fair play, it will give my pleading a fair hearing.”
Covered, in order, are: Armenia as a war issue, effect on American opinion, Armenia and reparation, Armenia’s martyrdom, condemnation, Anglo-Russian friendship, Turkish rule, Armenian democratic tendencies, Armenia as a peace problem, Armenia alone, Armenia’s services during the war (World War 1), Armenia as a battleground for contending empires, excerpts from “The Blue Book,” an appeal to Britain, and an appeal to the coming peace conference.

Just 99¢ for the ebook.

The Sixth Sense

Its cultivation and Use

Author: Charles Brent

Editor: Edward Griggs

This lively and deeply spiritual work explores what the author calls ‘The Sixth Sense’ or ‘The Mystic Sense.’ Unlike the five main senses – which he regards as forms of specialized touch – this sense permeates, effects, and guides the others. While the others are pure perception, the Sixth Sense also encompasses an area outside the realm of physical perception. For some this is divinity, for others it’s spirituality, for yet others it’s some other grand purpose.
This text explores this Mystic Sense as it relates to: Health, Thought, Character, and Religion.

About the Author

Charles Henry Brent was the Episcopal Church’s first Missionary Bishop to the Philippines, served as a chaplain in World War 1, and later went on to be the Episcopal Church’s Diocese for Western New York. He is credited with numerous efforts to improve the life of those around him and those he is sent to minister to. He was one of the organizers of the first World Conference on Faith and Order, and was elected as its presiding officer by unanimous vote. Brent published more than 20 books during his life.

Just 99¢ for the ebook.

The Seven Purposes

An Experience in Psychic Phenomena

Author : Margaret Cameron

The Seven Purposes is a hopeful text, expounding that humanity must inevitably become better. Even through times of great strife, such as the then-occurring World War I, humanity can learn to improve itself and defeat evil.
This book is about purpose, unity, and force. The purpose of each individual person, the purpose of all people, and the purpose of all souls working together. And, with purpose comes force – the force to enact change.
From there, the author and the spirits break down the world into two essential forces – creation and destruction. Creation is a force of good. All things that destroy (that we see as evil) inevitably must become good and work towards progress in the next life. However, the groundwork laid here can make the next life easier and more fulfilling at the start, without the long slog of learning needed to begin the great work.
The main cast are recently-passed spirits imploring the now-living humans to be better, making the work in the next life easier and helping all the souls currently in existence. They communicate at times with automatic writing, and at other times with a planchette (as in a Ouija Board).
Part 1 of this book deals heavily with the methodology of their communication, as well as the personal nature of the initial messages. Part 2 lays out the lessons learned from those who have passed on. Part 3 details the greater implications of these communications and wraps up a few hanging questions from Part 1.

Just 99¢ for the ebook

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