How can you stop a god from destroying everything --- even if you are a god?
A young god graduates from God School and gets his dream job of building his first universe. Plagued by a school rival and aided by his friends, he struggles to build a universe he can be proud of in this humorous fantasy.More info →
A humorous fantasy about a young god whose job is fixing broken universes. Bernie is different from other gods, who tend to take a hell-fire-and-brimstone approach to problem-solving.
Our young hero has the misguided notion that life - even if it was created by the gods - is important and shouldn’t just be sniffed out...
Even if it’s the life of a murderous wizard bent on destroying anyone who opposes him.More info →
Jane’s race of god-like beings has caused chaos and left war-ravaged planets throughout the universe since the beginning of time. Her homeworld is about to fulfill her wish: for the reign of her people to end.
On a mission to the doomed planet of Kaldara, Logan witnesses a violent battle between gods. One of them could offer a defense against the ruthless army of Matouk that destroyed his people.
Abducting an angry and suicidal god might not be a wise choice, but if the god of war can learn to love, they both might discover a future worth living for.More info →
The year is 2080. C. John Coombes opens his novel by painting a vivid picture of society and life in the not too distant future. The portrayal serves as a backdrop for a gripping story of suspense. The United States and Europe have fallen to the wayside. China assumes its place as the financial powerhouse of the world.
New York has been nick-named New China, after both the corporegion NEW CHINA and its colossal Manhattan headquarters complex, a mega-structure that dwarfs anything previously built by man.
The world is a place of peace and self-gratification, a place where most people do not work, but pursue hobbies and interests. Immortality is virtually guaranteed. The population has exploded. Real estate, especially in the congested areas, is virtually impossible to purchase or acquire even by the wealthiest of corporegions.
The conscience of the populous is increasingly alarmed by the new era of large scale construction, and its role in the accelerated devastation of natural habitat. Inevitably, the ruthless tactics of corporegions that continue to destroy the natural world collide with those citizens that are committed to its salvation.
In an unprecedented move, unexpectedly bold and violent, the conflict is settled once and for all—leaving a lesson learned not only for New Yorkers, but for all peoples of the world.More info →
Written for the tween set, books one and two have a special appeal for scientifically driven young girls. Eleven year-old Rachael has her heart set on becoming an astronomer, just like her father, but harbors a secret and discovery that she cannot share with him.More info →
This is the prequel to the award-winning book, Bernie and the Putty. This story begins when our young gods are twelve years old. A little girl is lost, and our young heroes are the only ones who can save her from the deadly woods.More info →