Indie's Home Page
“All readers come to fiction as willing accomplices to your lies. ”
—Steve Almond, WD
Man do I love to lie. It used to get me into quite a lot of trouble as a child and adolescent, but I couldn't help it. I loved to tell stories and that's really what lies are. Good stories. Well crafted pieces of fiction. But, you know, lying CAN be harmful, so don't be a jerk about it.
I'm hoping I will one day be able to claim that writing fiction is my "bread and butter", but for now it is just my thrill. My solace. My absolute pleasure.
On this site you will find:
1.) My Main Blog. This blog is, at times, extremely insightful and well thought out arguments and opinions on hot topics. Most of the time, however, it just me yelling really loudly until someone begs me to stop. You'll also find creative writing exercises here.
2.) All things Akasha. The first book in my Sci-Fantasy series was released in early spring of 2018. Entitled, Passage: Book I of The Akasha Series, I am thrilled to be able to share it with all of you! The second book, Kindred: Book II of The Akasha Series, was released in March of 2019. The very first companion novella, Captive: An Akasha Series Character Profile, will be released Fall 2019. This novella focuses on Finn, the affable train station employee that crosses the Damuzi twins path in both Passage and Kindred. This novella is an opportunity to learn more about the Akasha world from a different perspective, as well as challenge readers to confront a very harsh reality: we can never truly know anyone.
3.) Links to Purchase Passage & Kindred. Both the paperback and e-book versions of Passage are ready to be devoured! You’ll be able to pre-order Captive soon.
3.) About Me. A little personal information never hurt nobody... but double negatives do.
Take a look around.
Just don't touch anything.
Hello, world. My name's Indie.
Or is it?
The Akasha Series
The Akasha Series is the fantasy series that I have conceptualized nearly to its conclusion.
Here is where you will find insights into my mind and my world. Nothing is sacred.