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 and on to his partners of Sudden Storm Entertainment.
In a desert field hospital, Lieutenant Colonel Christine Kurzow takes the gun out of her mouth. She’s agreed to hold off on her suicide on condition that she be given a terminal mission — a mission to track the dead into the afterlife and retrieve information vital to the US government.
Under General F. Aaron’s command and with the help of the unit’s Rom psychic, the Terminals have stopped nuclear attacks, found lost submarines, and foiled bioterrorist plans, all from Purgatory — a secure unit in the NYC Veteran’s Hospital.
Hillar the Killer, the worst murderer the United States has known in a century, is gunned down at a roadside diner. It was a mistake. The location of eleven trapped kids died with him.
Christine’s first case is Hillar’s. She has three days to locate the kids. But the killer believed in an ancient sect of Gnosticism and only someone of the same beliefs can track him. While she awaits her own mission, Christine must convince a monk to die early…and trace the killer through Gnostic hell.
To save herself, Christine must overcome her own haunting guilt for the deaths of her soldiers. But, even if she succeeds, this isn’t a job she can quit. The Terminals is a secret organization. It stays secret because its agents die.
All rights inquiries to The Terminals can be directed to Literary Agent Gina Panettieri, president of Talcott Notch Literary Services.