When I was younger I used to write a lot. A LOT. Most of my time was spent writing serialized fiction that I would post online somewhere for people to read. None of it is finished, and will probably never be finished. But they are here to read if you wish.
The Quake Saga
[coming as soon as I reformat the html for the chapters] The Quake Saga deals with two brothers in a not-so-distant alternate future where the government has been destroyed thanks to an anti-video game act. The brothers discover that their father has created a server world called Serrum, and that real people are living inside it. This story is about their adventures in real life and online, trying to figure out what their father was up to.
The Titan Revolution
Part One: The Mediocre Adventures of Mike
Mike is a young man who gets entangled with the mythological Titans, who have been incarcerated on the wrong side of Utopia for millions of years by the Gods. He and other chosen "Children of Gaia" begin their journey to free the Titans from their prison and reclaim Utopia for their own.
Timekeeper is set in a world where the future has become just another distance, as time traveling becomes commonplace. People live in different times. Seth is a government employee who ends up getting involved with the Palestinians, who, along with the Israelis following a messy religious war, have created a stop in time following the explosion of a nuclear bomb infused with time travel crystals.
Vampires, Zombies, Werewolves
VZW is a serial about what it says it's about. Sam is a werewolf, Delia is a vampire, and they used to be high school sweethearts.
Milo Leningrad Athens
Milo Athens is a young man with an interesting life and interesting friends who is dealing with his breakup with the love of his life. It all takes places in short stories and serials that are written in a non-linear fashion.
Awakenings takes place in the Zealot Galaxy, and was a role playing serial I wrote when I was, like 16. This was on AOL, mind you. It's not great, but I'm keeping it up here for posterity and so fellow Zealots can read it if they so wish.
About a fatal meeting in a subway.
Two brothers stranded in the desert, exploring some caves.
A short story about people I wrote for a college course.
An old story about a guy and a girl stuck in a room. Not to be confused with the cult classic movie.