Marshall Philips, experienced commercial jet pilot, tries to unscramble a puzzle that's bothering him. When he and his children are shot dead, local authorities rule it a murder-suicide. Journalist Madison Freeman pursues answers.
In order to enhance his ability to make people laugh, a struggling comedian takes part in a teleportation experiment that "improves" whatever cargo is being teleported...but the results are no laughing matter.
American-born Asian graduate student, Eric Young, is lured back to college baseball field one final time, passing himself off as 10 years younger to try out for the Division 2 Volcanos. ... See full summary »
Eric, an American-born Asian college graduate, must steal a younger student's identity in order to take back the one last year of baseball eligibility that he lost when his dad passed away.... See full summary »
The loneliest man on Earth visits the loneliest diner on Earth night after night after feeling a spiritual connection to a Lonely Dark Woman much to the dismay of the loneliest waitress ... See full summary »
Kid Dynamic, sidekick to Dynamic Man, quits the whole superhero racket and struggles with the transition...with finding himself. His hippy-dippy headshrinker, who insists on outdoor yoga ... See full summary »
A Southern woman's unintentionally hilarious job-application videos end up on the Internet and go viral. Caroline is discovered by a producer and soon leaves her native Coonsburra for Hollywood to star in her own reality show.
Eric Michael Kochmer
Jack Sheffield disgraces his aristocratic family's name with absinthe-fueled antics abroad. His brother takes him to the Rosewood mental institution, which provides him with the one outlet that unhinged him in the first place: the theatre.
Marshall Philips has seen and written about things the intelligence community doesn't want people talking about - much less writing books about. When Philips, his two kids and the family dog turn up with a single bullet in each of their heads the day after two "Federal Agents" came looking for a "highly classified" photograph, carefully constructed stories painting Philips as a mentally disturbed "conspiracy theorist" begin appearing in the local paper. Investigative journalist Madison Freeman doesn't buy the "murder-suicide" angle offered by local authorities, but when the highly classified photo continues to elude the Agents, nobody is safe. Written by
Eric G. Stacey