As the Ash Fell RELEASED!

Hello everyone,

I am very pleased to announce that, after more than a year of hard work, As the Ash Fell has released on Amazon Kindle! I can’t even begin to describe the feeling at the moment, so I’ll just give you the link. I will write a bit more detailed post later.

Download the Kindle version HERE!

Order the print version HERE!



The Remaking Released

Hey friends,

I just wanted to do a quick update and let y’all know that my good friend, J.T. O’Connell has released his latest book, The Remaking, on Amazon. It’s only $3.99 for the Kindle version and $14.99 on paperback. You can also download a sample for your kindle and try before you buy.


It can be purchased here.




Will have some more news soon on As the Ash Fell. Stay tuned!



Beta Reader Signup

If you are interested in beta reading for my upcoming release, As the Ash Fell, then please head over to the contact page and make a request. Limited slots left.

Requirements: Read story and provide general feedback in 3-4 weeks. I would love to hear your thoughts.

Book will be in digital format (PDF or .mobi) and should be out in the next 2 weeks.



Welcome to the new website

Hello everyone!

Welcome to the new and improved website hosted here at – I hope you enjoy, please check back for details on my upcoming release, As the Ash Fell. You can also sign up for my newsletter here and get some pretty nifty information, as well as the occasional giveaway.

In the mean time, check out this short synopsis about the book.

Life in the frozen wastelands of Texas is anything but easy, but for Clay Whitaker there is always more on the line than mere survival.

Followed by months of heightened seismic activity worldwide, Yellowstone, along with two other Super Volcanoes, exploded with a tremendous fury, releasing unmeasurable quantities of ash into the atmosphere. Coastlines were changed. New canyons were formed. Temperatures plummeted, dragging economies down, too. With no real way to sustain order, governments around the world began to fold, societies collapsed.

It’s been seven years since the ash rained down from the sky. Populations are thinning. Food is scarce. Despair overwhelming. Clay and his sister Megan have taken a handful of orphaned children into their home—a home soaring 16 stories into the sky. Providing for his adopted family is a 24/7 job for Clay. And with roughly six short months a year to gather enough food and supplies to last the long, brutal winter, Clay is forced to spend much of his time away from home—scavenging, hunting, and bartering.

Despite the vicious, unforgiving world he lives in, Clay had grown accustomed to his new life. That is, until he met Kelsey Lambert.

Now, with winter rolling in earlier than ever, Clay must swiftly adapt to the changes in his life to ensure the safety of those he cares about.