Michael is first and foremost an author, but he's also a wannabe lamer and father to four daughters.
Michael likes to experiment by combining social media with storytelling. He's both traditionally published and indie published. Represented by Talcott Notch.
He writes middle grade through to adult novels, graphic novels and new media projects across many genres.
If he had to wear a hat it would be mostly white.
The Television and Film production rights have been sold to Jim Donovan (Best Director 2013, Canadian Screen Awards) and on to his partners of Sudden Storm Entertainment.
Sometimes the dead don’t want to talk.
You need Terminals to make them.
Terminals solve crimes in this realm by investigating them in the next.
Lt. Col. Christine Kurzow, fresh from a failed suicide attempt after she cost 11 of her soldiers their lives, is recruited into the covert unit of Terminals as a handler. It’s an easy sell. If she’s really determined to die, it’s a chance to give her death meaning.
But her first case—convincing a monk to chase Hillar the Killer into the afterlife to find the location of a missing bus and the children it carried—has her wondering how to make a dead psychopath talk.
Christine must follow the clues sent back by the shotgun-toting monk, who tracks Hillar through the seven deeps of hell, so she can find eleven kids before it’s too late.
Maybe this time killing a man will give Christine a reason to live.
All rights inquiries to The Terminals can be directed to Literary Agent Gina Panettieri, president of Talcott Notch Literary Services.