This page is dedicated to my fan fiction novelizations.
Unless otherwise stated, titles have been completed.
[ON HIATUS UNTIL 2020]
A full novelization of the DOOM universe.
The year is 2145.
The Union Aerospace Corporation is the largest company in human history. It deals in everything from weapons technology to medicine to space travel. It is worth trillions and has remote research outposts all over the solar system.
But the UAC is about to open a portal to another dimension, a hellish wasteland that is home to pure evil. And once they open that door, they won't be able to close it, and all of mankind will have to pay the price for their hubris...
A novelization of the video game State of Decay.
Marcus Campbell and Ed Jones have been best friends for nearly two decades now. They live their lives of boring office jobs, fast food, and video games in the big city, but once a year, every year, they completely isolate themselves deep in the woods for two weeks. Their goal: total relaxation. Fishing, camping, drinking. Nothing but the two of them and a lot of good times.
Their choice location is Trumbull Valley, home to three small towns and a lot of beautiful countryside. As they're wrapping up the latest vacation, they run into a true anomaly: a man in ripped and bloodied clothing, apparently insane, who is intent on taking a bite out of them. Unfortunately, it seems that this man was no anomaly.
Roughly ninety nine percent of all the residents in Trumbull Valley are equally insane and craving fresh human flesh. Now, with a handful of unstable and unlikely survivors, Marcus and Ed must do whatever it takes to stay alive within the valley, because it seems that the military has instituted a quarantine, and they won't be letting them out anytime soon...
A novelization of Gone Home.
1:15 AM. July 7th, 1995.
Kaitlin Greenbriar has just arrived at her family's new home. Back after a year of studying abroad, she finds the large mansion, isolated in the woods during a rainstorm, to be completely empty. As she hunts through the house for clues as to the whereabouts of her missing family, she discovers more than she bargained for.
A Novelization of the 2002 video game The Thing.
Captain John Blake of the US Special Forces has fought in nearly every environment on the planet. From running down drug runners in Mexico to kidnappers in South America to Counter-Terrorism ops all over Europe, Africa, and the Middle East, he's seen and done it all.
Or so he'd thought.
As he prepares to go on some well-earned R&R, he is suddenly shoved onto a helicopter and flown to Antarctica. Given a team and a very short briefing, Blake is tasked with investigating an isolated American research outpost that has been mysteriously destroyed.
What begins as a simple mystery and fairly straightforward mission quickly degenerates into a grim struggle for survival as Blake encounters a shape-shifting alien horror from beyond the stars. It assumes the forms of those it kills and it can hide in plain sight, as anyone can be infected.
Now, Blake must assemble scattered elements of the Special Forces personnel, scrounge for supplies, and brave the subzero antarctic temperatures, all while trying to discern who is human, and who is The Thing...
Captain J. F. Blake of the US Special Forces has been through a hell almost no one else on the planet has experienced. After a lengthy campaign against the Thing and the insane Colonel Whitley, he is the last man standing.
Or so he thought. After the final showdown with Whitley, Blake meets fellow veteran of the Thing R. J. MacReady, sole survivor of Outpost Thirty One. Together, these two men must lead a ragtag band of battered, exhausted survivors against Genetic Incorporated and their army of mercenaries for control of the seventh continent.
Blake isn't sure he has what it takes, but at this point, he's willing to die trying. He must battle the elements, mercenaries, and the living virus known only as the Thing if he's to keep the infection from spreading to the rest of the planet. It's time to put a stop to this once and for all...