The world can really suck. Join me and we'll escape into a fun world of fantasy.
On this site you will find creative works that I have written; some of these I would consider fan fiction (in the novelette's section) due to the fact they contain characters from TV shows and movies making guest appearances, plus even actors and actresses. But mostly an assortment of original characters, both outrageous as well as every day Joes. I have novelettes and full sized novels available to download free.
Check out my online comedy magazine with humorous material written by me and the occasional guest writer. But be warned it's not politically correct and it may offend some people. Click here.
Also on this site is my tribute to great television shows and movies over the last 30 to 40 years. See if you agree on my views.
I also have a section dedicated to religion - Christianity in general. YES, it does belong in the fantasy category too!
I have written the odd article over the last few years. If you’re a fundamentalist Christian they’ll probably bring out the so-called righteous anger of God in you… either that or you will block your ears as so many Christians do and shout out “I can’t hear you, I can’t hear you!” or make silly claims that I'm misrepresenting the bible when I'm not. If you’re an atheist or agnostic you’ll be sure to get plenty of chuckles. If you’re none of the above, then hopefully they will at least give you food for thought.
Also under my religion section you can check out some of my Chick Tract spoofs. You know those horrible hateful little comic book tracts that get passed around as evangelical tools? Yes them! I take Jack Chick's fantasy world and turn it into something a little more realistic and honest (ironically). Check them out here.
I used to be a fan of 2000AD Magazine/Comic back in the late 80s, so have created my own tribute page to this great publication. I acknowledge some of the great characters created by 2000AD and have a special page dedicated to Bad Company, who were my favourite 2000AD creations.
Biggles is a literary character created by Capt W E Johns, especially for boys. He published close to 100 Biggles novels between 1934 and 1968 and literally kept on writing up to the day he died. In fact he was taking a tea break from writing his latest Biggles novel when he passed away aged 75.
Monkey was a Japanese Television show set in China and inner Mongolia. It was done in the form of a crappy,
martial arts movie, with over the top dubbing, but the stories were great and the fighting scenes very well choreographed. It was a show I loved and one that has left a lasting impression on me
so I have a special dedication page to it.