I’m an author who fell into writing at a late age, after a lifetime of observing people, collecting wide ranging factoids and perceptions of the world. Weaving these together, I present an slightly offbeat story approach. Long, rambling, fairly detailed, unusual stories. Currently I have two different series and a stand-alone novel, listed below:
A young man races against time to save stranded survivors from his own government, dragging his friends, associates and strangers into his conflict with the might of the US military and police.
An alternate ‘alien invasion’ story, focusing on the dangers of handing politicians unlimited power.
Fascinating story line; unusual yet entertaining
While the plot was not a big surprise, the action flows along with his meandering style. An excellent read; highly recommended!
Its one of those books you don’t want to put [down] and when you have finished you wished it would carry on
Review by: Michael Allstott on March 17, 2014 :
I’ve enjoyed all of Vincent’s books, and Stranded is no exception. His crash landing scenario focuses on the human element, but there is some alien uniqueness and some fancy technology. I’m not sure if our government is quite as bad as the book makes it out to be, but it wouldn’t surprise me. A very enjoyable read.
Review by: Karel Young, March, 2014 :
I really enjoyed this book, it was interesting and I can see the Gov’t reacting in the way described.
I would Love to see a sequel/continuation of the story though!
Goodreads.com rating by: Robert Laughlin:
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Review by: OBQuiet: “Interesting Idea”:
The book was interesting and the pacing was good. The idea of rescuing the alien crew was also pretty original.
But I did have a hard time with the over the top government response and heroic behavior of the main character. … Still, I don’t regret reading it and will look forward to other works by [the author].
4.6 rating based on 5 ratings (all editions)
Author(s): Publisher: Createspace
“Never Leave Anyone Behind” is a familiar refrain for American Servicemen. A crew is incapacitated in a strange land and a hostile government tries to capture them and steal their resources; a typical tale of corruption and betrayal. What if you’re not a member of the military? Do you put you and your family’s lives at risk to help those who can’t help themselves, especially for those who may never reward you or who may not even survive?
Josh discovers an injured shipwrecked alien and undertakes to not only care for it, but to seek out, rescue and protect its companions from not only his government, but others too.
He must race against time, attempting to remain under the radar, unnoticed by the police, the military and the NSA. He must protect not only these unknown aliens he can't even speak with, but his family, friends and associates he's putting at risk. Not only is the US military after him, but so is every other military as they race to recover their technologies.
The chronicles of a young man, as he discovers he’s a catalyst for other people, giving them strange abilities, and drawing strangers to him like moths to a flame. He’s not ready for what happens to him, but slowly adapts, with help from his family and friends. What he does with his many followers, though, is an open question.
Really good story one of a set (catalyst) couldn’t put it down and when I’d finished it I was so disappointed I didn’t want it to end.
Interesting story premise, I bought both books, made for good reading, excellent length making it a good value. Glad [there] are six books in the series.
A story of an intricate apocalyptic event where most of the the life on Earth is wiped out, but with a difference. This one focuses on the people during the apocalypse, and how it affects them afterwards.
- Love and Family During the Great Death
- Grappling with Survival
- Seeding Hope Among the Ashes (being written)
Thanks for your talent & imagination.Ed