Read Jerry’s Books

After the tragic loss of his parents in a plane crash, seventeen year old Thomas Harrison has gone to live with his strange aunt and uncle in a weird little California seacoast town. Here he meets a woman who some say is magical, some say is a demon, and some … including Tom … suspect is an actual angel from above. The truth, however, may turn out to be far more strange than anyone could ever imagine.

(Click the picture. It’s fun!)

What does life, death, serendipity, synchronicity, and beer have in common? A guy named Jon August, who has to deal with all of it in his search for The Holy Beer.

(Click the picture. Go on. Just a little tap.)

Wellington’s doctor thinks he’s either an alien or an escaped experiment from a secret genetics lab. He can talk to animals and see in the dark. Best of all, he’s got long, sharp claws. But even Wellington doesn’t really know what he is … a human, or a cat? Or a unique combination of both?

(Go on, click the picture. It won’t bite!)

In this sequel to all three previous books, we follow the daughter of a reaper, the human son of a cat, the twin daughters of Time and Fate, the dethroned God of Death, the souls of Albert Einstein and Nikola Tesla, and beer fanatic Jon August in their attempts to repair the ultimate act of sabotage: someone has messed with the laws of physics, and the entire Multiverse is going to come crashing down!

(Go ahead, click the Goddess of Life
on the nose. She’ll giggle.)

Jerry’s true stories of childhood adventures in the Sonora desert, treasure hunting in the Sea of Cortez, swimming with whales in Hawaii, anarchy in Central California, sleeping on beaches, consorting with strippers in Mexico … this book goes all over the place. It’s a fun ride!

(Click it … but don’t lick it)

My collection of short stories, some previously published and some brand new.  Instead of trying to describe it, let me just quote a review: “The stories are so original and the themes so completely different its hard to believe that a single author wrote all of them. I’ve purchased “years best” collections of science fiction that weren’t as good; this blew most of those collections away.”

(Click that sexy android. You know you wanna.)

My first published novel, this one is about poor Dodd Corely, a forklift driver living in the strange future just over the horizon. All he wants is a normal life, but what he finds himself involved in is the fall of civilization as he knows it.

(Click the ugly book cover. Please?)