Books have always been some of my very best friends. I used to dream of adding to the vast library of the world with a work of my own. In 2010 and 2011, I kind of fulfilled my ambition by completing a 50,000 word novel in each of those years during NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month). The novels Acacia and Trapped in Zork are the result of this work. Right now, they are really only in the first stages of development, but if you want to read through them and give me some feedback, I would much appreciate it. I may disable the links for downloading the manuscripts occasionally when I am in the middle of editing and updating them. Heinrich die Ente and Henry the Duck are the German and English versions of a short story that I wrote for my roommate (fun fact: I wrote the original in German and then translated it into English). Additionally, I completed the Sketchbook Project in 2013 and have posted the resulting Sketchbook here.

All of the books and stories here are self-published (and often in 1st draft stages), so I would ask you to be lenient with the occasional repetitiveness and punctuation error.

Acacia (2010)

Trapped in Zork (2011)

Heinrich die Ente / Henry the Duck (2012)

Stuff: doodled mainly in ballpoint pen (2013)

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