[Book] Project Wellspring: Summer School for Adult Children

Project Wellspring: Summer School for Adult Children

Summer remedial classes have always been there for boys and girls who flunked their last year of high school. But for David, Vanessa, and Victor, summer school is not just a place to make up for lost grades, but a full regression to elementary schoolchildren, by force if necessary. Underachieving children need structure, and Project Wellspring provides it in spades. The courses are given in grade school settings. The students must adhere to a dress code, etiquette, and school rules. The teachers are kind, but not hesistant to mete out punishment. With love, guidance, and caring discipline, the two-month program aims to shape delinquents into college-ready young men and women. Will it work for our three wayward youths?

Introduction caption:

This is my second book, a little fantasy I thought of when I was still in high school. Kind of regret not finishing it earlier in the summer, but oh well. It’s a bit more subtle and less graphic than the first one.

The boy in the cover is me, painted over. :D

[Book] Christmas at Mrs. Fuller’s House

Christmas at Mrs. Fuller's House

Written in the second person, this book stars YOU as you join your friend Michael for an unforgettable Christmas at Mrs. Fuller’s house.

Put yourself in the position of a young college student, under the strict but loving care of your best friend’s mother. Learn, over Mrs. Fuller’s lap, the consequences of getting subpar grades at college. Experience Christmas in diapers alongside your friends Michael and Natasha, submitting to Mrs. Fuller’s authority, and being disciplined when you don’t!

Introduction caption:

This was my first book ever written. It started out as a scenario caption for the picture above, but it just grew too long. So I decided to turn it into a short story. I then used the captioned picture as sort of an introduction teaser to the story. Was very surprised so many people bought it! Thanks again to my fans.

And yes, I drew the cover art myself!

Christmas as a Little Boy

Out of all the captions I’ve ever done, this is one of my favorites. It was spliced together from two images in Photoshop. There’s something very innocent about the middle-aged man boy in the background, like he didn’t feel the least bit self-conscious about walking around in Goodnites. Like he was really experiencing Christmas again as a kid. The fireplace must be warm.