This page is an overview of the books I have published! For manuscripts I’m working on now, just shoot me an email. I’ll get back pronto.
“After an astronaut becomes host to an extraterrestrial virus in space and is transported back to earth in a vegetative state, the most advanced medical minds in the United States are perplexed as their patient undergoes a dramatic transformation. When the patient awakens and begins to savagely attack everyone in the hospital, the rapid spread of the virus commences. Only five years later, humans are almost nothing more than a distant memory. Instead the virus has transformed them into creepers–mindless predators that savagely hunt and kill. Join brothers Drake and Jason Bennett, as they fight for survival every day in their hometown of New York City, but creepers seem to lurk in every alley and hunt through the city streets by both day and night. When news of a potential survivor colony reaches the Bennett brothers, they decide to travel across the decimated United States. The brothers face countless challenges that push them to the brink of sanity in their daily struggles while searching for the remnants of humanity and a way to beat the virus.”
“In Jesse Haynes’s highly anticipated sophomore effort, readers join friends Jason and Michaela, who are the only known American survivors of the virus that has decimated the globe. The teenagers are whisked across the globe to a settlement in Australia, which welcomes them with open arms. They soon become involved in a plan to cure the virus on a large scale, and fueled by a longing to save his brother, Jason and Michaela join Australian leaders on a rescue mission that takes them back to America. However, problems come from the least expected places. In a world filled with sickness, destruction, and vicious creepers, it soon becomes apparent that these are the least of the friends’ problems when an even greater threat takes everyone by surprise-a threat even more lethal and dangerous than the creepers.”
“Isaac Treaux is special. His special is not like most people would assume, however. He is not special in regards of talent, physical gifts, or likelihood to succeed. He is the kind of special that made kids point at him and snicker from across the hallway. Isaac was born with a mild form of Down Syndrome, and with it comes constant bullying. This is why his classmates in the small town of Bryer Springs, South Dakota are confused when a beautiful cheerleader named Amber moves in next door to him, and the two instantly strike a friendship. Although Amber is almost the complete opposite of Isaac, the friendship becomes inseparable and Isaac begins to show how special he truly can be. The two unlikely friends learn life lessons from each other in a story that teaches about kindness, friendship, and loss.”