Gyp Dhal is an aging mercenary haunted by dark memories and a craving
for danger and synthetic adrenalin. Has he seen one mission too many?
Can he handle one more?
If you post this book elsewhere, please keep the copyright page with it. Thanks.
This is the unfinished sequel to "The Mercenary". In this book I follow Nida, a character from the firstbook, from her escape from a mental institution, along a trail of brutal murders, and finally to her revenge against the terrorists who raped her and murdered her father.
Here's a gentler, kinder (compared to "The Mercenary") sci-fi story about a lost traveler. It's also very short.
I kinda like this one. It's also short but it has a powerful message that you can't get away from.
This one was inspired by a rock video about the return of Jesus.
I'm not sure whether this fable is about procrastination or placing blame.
I write some pretty weird poetry. Here are a few examples:
You'll find an article about my experiences growing up bisexual at Queer Nasty.
I also contributed to an article, "Open Road", against internet censorship for the July, 1995 issue of "IS", the newsletter of the University of Tasmania, Australia's Information Services. The newlsetter is now called info.
Tony Ryan is the editor of info. He is also a photographer. I wrote the introduction to his latest book of beautiful erotic photography.
Beauty Reality I received a copy of this book in the mail (11/21/96). It is a truly beautiful book. It has many of Tony's best images from his internet site plus some new images. His comments about many of the photographs give insight into his models and his own philosophy of sexuality, erotica, and male/female relationships. You must have this remarkable book! Go get it!
I'm looking for an agent. *G*
I don't know how there can be controversy over reading from diverse sources. Here's a list of books that inspired and awed me (in no particular order):
Cane -- Jean Toomer
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