Format: Graphic Novel
Stage: Brainstorming, Development, and Storyboarding
Sylvester Lee met an alien when he was twelve years old.
The problem was, no one believed him, and the only other witness had a strange lapse of memory.
It’s been nine years since that day, and Sylvester is now an investigative reporter with one goal in mind: the aliens are living among us, and he intends to prove it.
This presents quite a problem for Lesley Hughes, his cheerful, but dreadfully nervous intern. Because what Sylvester doesn’t know is that Lesley is the alien that he met in the alley that night. Half alien, half human, all secrets, she’s monitoring Sylvester to prevent him from revealing the aliens’ presence.
And she’ll do just about anything to keep her people safe.
Things are going along smoothly until they encounter Chareh, a young alien living among the humans, the girl who holds the secret that will make both worlds violently collide.
From Stranger Worlds will take you on a thrilling tour through the world of 50’s America—but it may not be the world you know.
This book is still in an early stage, so a lot could (and will) change before it’s completed. I’ll try to keep this page updated, but it’s been a year since I updated it before now… So we’ll see. 😉
Won’t Feel a Thing
Stage: First Draft Completed, Awaiting Edits
Harper’s job as the doctors’ cyborg assistant is fairly simple.
Deliver and retrieve packages (probably illegal), oversee shipments (definitely illegal), and on the latest mission, escort Dr. Mitchel to his contact (no doubt here).
The simpleness, however, seems to have fled. All systems were supposed to be functioning correctly, but when Harper’s mission goes dangerously wrong… something breaks.
She’s not sure what it is, but these flashes of strange memories can’t be programmed.
As segments of a past life she didn’t know she had unfold in her mind, she becomes wary of the doctors… And they aren’t the only threat. Someone, some group, is out there—and they want her dead.
And the very worst part is this unusual phenomena called “emotions.”