BIOTANK UNIT X

Pietro felt around in the tank’s guts. With his arm fully extended through tangles of oozing hoses and pulsating clusters of bioengineered circuitries, his fingers barely reached a hard-plastic protrusion. It was the cap to the circulatory waste pan. He gripped it as best he could and gave it a twist. Nothing. Another twist andContinue reading “BIOTANK UNIT X”

LEERA (2013)

A few years ago I had an idea for a novel. It was an epic sci-fi post-apocalyptic time travel story that – done the way I had originally imagined – would have taken at least a few hundred pages.  However, I was already knee deep into my work on AGARA and the thought of divingContinue reading “LEERA (2013)”