My Books Or: Daniel's adventures in publishing

Dear Wayne County

Dear Wayne County was published on December 1, 2016.

It is a letter to Wayne County, Indiana, from one of its sons, Daniel. He grew up on a farm, surrounded by mostly animals, and never quite grew into the social fabric of rural east-central Indiana—he was a patch sewn onto it.

Dear Wayne County's cover photo is by 900 North Photography. My photo shoot was quite possibly the best photographic experience I've ever had. Give Stephanie Orr all of your money.

Steps of the Hagerstown Public Library in Wayne County, Indiana.

Coming In

Coming In was first published on December 1, 2016.

What if sexual orientation was no longer fixed by the natural world, and came unbound by human technology? Three stories follow three men who, in very different circumstances, experience the consequences of sexual reorientation. One finds peace, one loses it, and one learns to accept it.

Climbing Olympus

Climbing Olympus was published on August 11, 2014; it is my first book, and I wrote it while I was in college. From the back of the book:

Humanity rapidly gains more and more control over the world around it every day. Most of that control has been along an asymptotic path toward omnipotence. Where once we moved only by the muscles of our legs, now we fly through space in ships of our own design. Where once we were content to die of plagues divinity must have sent, now we banish pestilence with the contents of our minds made manifest. But what of omniscience?

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