I grew up writing military science fiction and reading thrillers. Along the way, I twisted and turned and eventually ended up writing mystic thrillers. Thrillers that seek to explore the depths of the human soul and man’s relationship with the earth and divine. In 2012 I wrote the first batch of Michael Chang stories. Today, I have finished editing them all. In the coming weeks I’ll be publishing them as they become available.
I won’t spoil the story for you, but at the end of the last Michael Chang story, Michael has to lay low for a long time. At the same time, I want to go back to my genre writing roots, and work on some military science fiction. In the past few weeks and months, I’ve been writing short fiction and sharpening my skills. As 2012 draws to a close, I’d like to share with you a story. It’s a taste of things to come in 2013.
And the story is totally free.
The politicians said the world won the War on Terror. All it meant was that the war went underground, fought in shadows a hair’s breadth away from the public eye. The United States deploys a new breed of undercover soldier to fight this new war, armed with the latest in technology and tactics. One such soldier is sent to assassinate a terrorist banker. As new targets are identified and the body count rises, he must make decisions at the razor’s edge of necessity and morality.