Welcome to my writing page where I will feature some of my current fiction writing projects.
The idea for The Nuclear Conspiracy came to me in the Spring of 2010. I was sitting on a bench along the Potomac River at Fort Lesley J. McNair, home to the National Defense University, when a visual for the “river scene” came into my head. In this scene, Dr. Morgan Shaw, a newly minted Ph.D. and a fresh new hire at the National War College, dives into the cold, dirty and unappealing river in a desperate escape from the armed men who are in pursuit of her. If you’re interested in learning more about my novel, you can subscribe to my list here or join my Nuclear Spin Cycle Facebook Group

bionic bug

I got the idea for Bionic Bug came to me in the spring of 2016 while I was reviewing lists of emerging technologies for my work at the Department of Defense. Each year, the MIT Technology Review identifies the top ten emerging technologies. The list for 2009 included a remote-controlled beetle developed by the U.S. Army and funded by DARPA. The beetle’s flight was controlled by a microelectronics package attached to its back. Although the beetle was designed for surveillance and search and rescue missions, I could not help myself from thinking about more nefarious purposes. Sign up for a FREE PREVIEW of Bionic Bug.

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