My new philosophy is to deliver media to entertain, engage, and inspire. I produce videos all the time and post them for free on youtube, so why should my books be any different? Starting today, it's not. I can't provide my entire library of books at once, but they'll be coming, one by one.
To start things off, here's my brand-new children's reader I just finished writing and illustrating. Please download, share, and enjoy. If you like it and want to show your support for independent creators, click the donate button and throw a dollar or two my way. It's appreciated, to say the very least.
BORC-9: a story about a boy and his trash can
Like all good stories, this one begins on a dark and stormy night. Like even better stories, it takes place in the world's weirdest city: Greenville, home of paranormal investigators known as Explorers of the Unknown, library vampires, magically manifesting dinosaurs, and on this particular night, a technologically-advanced and newly sentient trash can.
The Binary Operated Receptacle Compactor (number 9).
Elsewhere in Greenville, young Timmy Topswell is on his way to his favorite reading spot in the woods behind his house. Timmy is eight years old, homeschooled, and has no friends.
But all of that is about to change in a very big way.
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