Currently I seek representation for two projects, one fiction, one non-fiction. The three novel conspiracy theory Revelation trilogy tells the story of reporter Trog Davis as he investigates the murder of his childhood friend, Elijah Daniel. At the time of his death, Daniel headed a megachurch which now claims his murder was the fulfillment of the prophecy in chapter 11 of the book of Revelation. If true, it means Daniel will rise from the dead in three and a half days continuing a string of events leading to Armageddon and Christ's return. Daniel had told Davis this would happen when they were teenagers. Is this really the fulfillment of prophecy? Are the church elders pulling a grotesque publicity stunt, or do they have something more sinister in mind?
Along with writing partner, Anniken Davenport, I am embarking on a new non-fiction writing project. Tentatively titled Saving Fell’s Point: How an Englishwoman, a Jazz Musician and a Senator Saved an American Treasure from the Wrecking Ball, the book will tell the story of a battle over an interstate highway extension that would have altered the history of the city of Baltimore forever. Here are real-life characters, an eccentric band of strangers brought together by happenstance, who take on ‘progress’ to save a uniquely American waterfront community where the ‘Three B’s” – Boarding Houses, Bars and Brothels – once ruled. The fourth B – Bertha’s Mussels, the iconic Fell’s Point eatery, was the epicenter of the fight.