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A young thespian moves to New York City to start a theatre company and maybe have some adventures. His efforts are rewarded with a roller coaster ride of triumphs and tribulations. 

New York at the turn of the millennia provides the backdrop for this funny and poignant portrait of a struggling artist who recounts his adventures while shedding some light on the mechanics of self-producing, not just theatre, but ones youth.

Full of crazy adventures and cautionary tales, On Making Off is a must read for anyone who’s ever wanted to move to the big city. It’s a fast-paced memoir cast with crazy twenty-something artists making theatre, and the most of their youth, in the bowels of the Big Apple.
For two decades Tyler Gibbons has been keeping a secret from his family. At the tender age of sixteen, Tyler embarks on a student exchange program. Sent to the Andean city of Ambato, Ecuador, he finds daily adventure as he tries to fit in at school, connect with his host family, and navigate through a world of beaches, volcanoes, and jungles. But tucked deep inside this year are events so profound, so unexpected, they forever shape the man he will become. 

Now, 25 years later, his mother pulls these soaring tales from her son, exposing, for the first time, the source of a deep unhappiness. While these memories contain the wounds of an unresolved past, they also possess the power to heal his painful present.

Thoughtfully crafted and boldly told, Tyler’s journey takes the reader on a wild South American adventure, while illuminating a mother’s unyielding power to heal her child.

CAREFUL a novel
On his 50th birthday, recently divorced male model, Dane Vanderbrouk, is struck by a peculiar affliction. If he remains still for too long, he falls back in time. If he moves too fast, he'll travel forward. And, when you’re a time traveler the world is an immutable place. Every action vanishes with each jump in time.

Chased by an assassin from the future through the narrow streets of Amsterdam, Dane is thrust into a war where shaping the future means changing the past.

Fast paced action, unexpected twists, and an eclectic cast of characters will pull you into a world where impressions matter but only an action of consequence can change the future.

Time travel has a new speed, and adventure a new series. 

Dane Vanderbrouk is fleeing Amsterdam when a new threat attacks. His escape exposes the true identity of two allies and forces Dane to confront his obligations to the future.

With the help of his young friend Cooper, Dane plots an elaborate mission to Copenhagen that takes place simultaneously in 2019 and 2047. The goal is to save Pasha Strong from the clutches of Paradox. But in order to pull it off, Dane must be willing to engage the world on a darker, more violent level.

Dane discovers that the city of Copenhagen is hiding a mysterious secret. And Dane isn’t the only one willing to kill to achieve his objectives. The organization controlling the Danish capital will stop at nothing to keep its secret hidden from the future.

Enemies become allies as violence reveals itself in the second installment of the Time Phantom series: the fast paced journey that has readers traveling though centuries and around the world.
A short political novella that imagines a future where the United States of America is divided into three countries: The United State, America, and the Nation of Ute. Three alternating short stories capture this post Second Civil War dystopia through intrigue and insight.

A trade minister from the United State struggling with the cultural differences in America learns of a new technology that will forever change the world order and put millions of lives at risk.

Set in a misogynistic court. A custody battle in America explores our humanity and the difficulties of getting along. 

A lonely man in the Nation of Ute has his finger on the button while he writes to a future generation he’s not sure will exist. Documenting the tragedy that befell the Old Country.

Divisible is a subtle yet profound commentary on the political divide that plagues the United States of America.