I type terrible things.
From superheroes to the supernatural, from conspiracy theories to social issues, I channel my thoughts into stories that sit with you long after they’re done.
Something’s wrong with this timeline. You can sense it. Things are worse than they should be. The people in power know it, too. And they’re watching you.
A global conspiracy threatens to swallow a planet, and the future is in the hands of five trauma survivors with extraordinary abilities.
The detective. The scientist. The huntress. The soldier. The spy.
Will they prevail, or will they be the first to be consumed?
A boy blindly attempts to escape the bottom of the ocean. A girl has a conversation with a ventriloquist’s dummy in her bedroom. A family discovers that, sometimes, other drivers aren’t the most dangerous thing on the road.
In Troubled Youth, children face their greatest fears, one tale at a time. Written by author Tyler Hanson and narrated by musician Leah Cook, each story will pull you into a surreal world that reminds you of the things that used to keep you up at night.
Welcome to New General City, the last American metropolis. Monsters roam beneath the streets while costumed superheroes fly above skyscrapers, but hey, a carton of milk has never been cheaper!
Being a hero in this day and age isn’t as easy as it looks, though. Sometimes, you need a little finesse, a little creativity.
Sometimes, you have to blur the lines between right and wrong to stop society’s true menaces.