Pennsylvania's Best Emerging Poets (2017)
Drexel Maya Literary Magazine (2017)
"Viking Rage"
"Pie" 1st Place Haiku-Off winner - Truth
"Type of Walls" 3rd Place Haiku Off winner - The Wall
"ICE" 3rd place winner Rhyme On - Ice
"A new year" 3rd place winner Rhyme On - Resolutions
Drexel Maya Literary Magazine (2016)
"Evening Stroll"
"Vinyl Skin"
"Octopus Bath"
Drexel Maya Literary Magazine (2015)
"It’s Dark"
Haiku on Regrets
Drexel Maya Literary Magazie (2014)
"Hook deep piercing lung"
Coastal Carolina Community College (2013)
"Twinkle twinkle giant gaseous planets"

In Progress

Paleo Cook Book
Desserts Cook Book
Rich Dick Khronicles: A rewrite of Poor Richards Almanac by Ben Franklin
Mega Man Blue Steel: The adventures of the real Mega-Man who inspired the Capcom game.
Monsters and Mentors: (auto-biography) Monsters, Mentors and Memories
A Boy and hist Robot: Puppy. (2017 - Current)
The story of Mada raised by a robot named Puppy.

On Hold

Alex in Whyoming (2002 - Not Complete)
A rewrite of Alice in wonderland by Lewis Carrol
Red Apples (2000)
Fantasy about Sam, Samantha, and Samuel fighting Nogard.
the Butcher (1999)
The sins, life, and death of the butcher. The adolescent in me trying his hand at writing


S James's bookshelf: read

The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck: A Counterintuitive Approach to Living a Good Life
I enjoyed Mask Manson’s book. His approach to the age-old problem is unique. Let me sum it up… The quality of the achievement is based on the effort willing to be paid. But finding an achievement willing of work is the goal.
A Confederacy of Dunces
really liked it
A comical story about a trash truck of a man, infused with a medieval intellect trying to survive 1940s New Orleans. All while being tortured by his enabling mother, his gaseous comportment, his self-destructive actions towards the estab…
Next Medicine: The Science and Civics of Health
it was amazing
Fantastic read, if you’re interested in health and the future of medicine look no further.
Yes Man
really liked it
A fun book, very entertaining. I enjoyed it as much as the movie.
Cipher Hill
really liked it
What a fun read. It was well structured and had a satisfying ending.
Why Nations Fail: The Origins of Power, Prosperity, and Poverty
it was amazing
What a fantastic book. This book reinforces my theories and gave me ground to some of my broader notions of nations and prosperity. All and all, there is one thing to take from this book, you will be considerably better off if everyone i…
Treasure Island
really liked it
Pirates! Treasure! Island!
really liked it
Prison break!
Brain Rules: 12 Principles for Surviving and Thriving at Work, Home, and School
it was amazing
A guide to understanding how the brain works, why it works the way it does, and how to engage and adapt skills to teaching yourself and others.
really liked it
A fun and entertaining read. Not much depth, maybe the series will bring it!
liked it
First, the book was difficult to read. I just couldn’t get into it. The science aspects where exciting, my biological education was stimulated, my scientific mine was exercised, and the picture of the world was interesting. I love, love,…
it was amazing
What a great, and entertaining read. Character development was design in such a way that the dwellers seemed relatable. The world was painted in such a way the beauty as danger were intertwined, and begged to be real. The story resonated…
Guns, Germs, and Steel: The Fates of Human Societies
it was amazing
Wow, great read. I love the perspective of history from other than the historians view.
Clean Meat: How Growing Meat Without Animals Will Revolutionize Dinner and the World
really liked it
A great read for anyone interested in cellular agriculture. Covers some of the main ideas, innovations, and business in the area of cell-AG.
Solomon's Song
really liked it
Emotional roller coaster
The Potato Factory
really liked it
Very entertaining, however from the few books I’ve read, it seems as Bryce recycles a lot. Is Big Hettie from Power of One and Sperm Whale Sally from the Potato Factory the same lady 😀
Bioinformatics Programming Using Python: Practical Programming for Biological Data
liked it
Hmmmm, well it has some information. The programming is merged with some basic biology information useful in bioinformatics like DNA, RNA and the like. I’ve been programming for 20 years and can say the book isn’t geared for programmers,…
Product Design and Development, 5th edition
really liked it
A good read if you are in the process of developing a product for a company. However, for the price point, I would recommend going to your local library. The book covers a lot of advanced techniques, business strategies, and design for m…
Beautiful Creatures
really liked it
Fun book, very light, very predictable.
liked it
Interesting concept, entertaining, but I felt it was missing something.
Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can't Stop Talking
it was amazing
To understand the people around you, to answer questions about your child, or to grasp a different approach to a problem, I would recommend this book.
First Lord's Fury
it was amazing
What a great series! I enjoyed the characters, villains, and the story was well thought out an executed.
Academ's Fury
it was amazing
I felt like it was influenced by Kingkiller Chronicles by Patrick Rothfuss.
Furies of Calderon
really liked it
Pokemon meets Roman legion.
it was amazing
Lite fun read!
The End of Eternity
it was amazing
A cute love story.
Robot Dreams
it was amazing
A pleasurable read. The concepts and ideas opened my mind to new scientific possibilities. A couple of stories were in iRobot. But other than that, very fascinating ideas.
Making the Connections A How-To Guide for Organic Chemistry Lab Techniques
it was amazing
What a great book. Read it in one sitting. It’s a good resource for understanding basic techniques in the lab. I might be biased because I’ve taken organic chemistry before. I feel it reaffirms my knowledge, and gives a cleaner understan…
The Castle in the Forest
it was ok
It was a story, I like the overall premise. However, the execution and story was unentertaining.
Forward the Foundation
it was amazing
What a great ending to the foundation series by Isaac Asimov. It seems that the life story explains a lot of the formations calculations of psychohistory. I would’ve liked to of seen correlations made with the foundation series in the li…
Foundation and Earth
it was amazing
I love it when an author joins two book universes!
Foundation's Edge
really liked it
What an enjoyable read. The more I read of Isaac Asimov the more I enjoy his books. The story was straightforward. The plot was interesting, and the character development was unique in a good way. I like the intellectual banter, its a se…
Robots and Empire
it was amazing
It’s amazing to see how current reality was shaped by the writings of Isaac Asimov so many years ago.
A Guide to Protein Isolation
it was amazing
Unlocked a lot of mystery in protein isolation just wish it didn’t leave me with so many questions.
The Robots of Dawn
it was amazing
What a interesting look at relationships!🤪
The Naked Sun
it was amazing
Once again Isaac Asimov does not disappoint.
The Caves of Steel
it was amazing
I thoroughly enjoyed it. It’s has a close Resemblance to the movie “I, robot” with Will Smith. I was surprised that a lot of my ideas were the authors ideas 60 years ago. Did I pick those out of your minds he influenced, or did we both …
The Dark Tower
liked it
I think the ender of the series left a bad taste in my mouth, like eating a rancid cow.
BioBuilder: Synthetic Biology in the Lab
really liked it
What a fantastic read for people interested in synthetic biology.
Wizard and Glass
really liked it
Very entertaining read, but kind of predictable. Still a good addition to the series and adds much-needed character development to Roland.
The Waste Lands
really liked it
Graphic, I love the visual descriptions. The journey is making progress even with the evil ‘Hal 9000’. Was a scary depiction of the future.
The Drawing of the Three
it was amazing
Not all doors lead to the desired destination, however, some windows bring a friend.
really liked it
I always liked the way SK writes. Kills someone off, then gives you that persons back story.
it was amazing
I thoroughly enjoyed the book. It was short sweet survival story. I did enjoy how the author painted the struggle of survival.