My mailing list are enjoying a serialized novella, Delilah. I’ve wanted to write this story for a while. The holiday break gave me time and opportunity. Thus, the holiday break has given you a cool novella. Thanks, Santa.

I’m going to replicate the story here, but there are rules.

  • The list will get Delilah a few weeks ahead of the site. They’re a bunch of decent humans but no promises they won’t spit spoilers at you.
  • The list will get the ending. Once Delilah has finished its serialized journey, I’ll put it up on the usual places. Pro tip: the way to see how Delilah ends without paying a cent is to be on my mailing list.
  • I’ll update this page with the chapters as they arrive on the site, so they’re all in one place. Bookmark it, yo.

If you want the hot magic that is my mailing list, you can get on that crazy ride here.

Part One

Part Two

Part Three

Part Four

Part Five

Part Six

Part Seven

Part Eight

Part Nine

Sampson will burn for crippling Delilah’s brother.
Delilah Griffiths is ex-Metatech. She’s got the best covert op bionics money can buy. None of that helped when the link virus hit, leaving older brother Oliver trapped in a wheelchair. Chromed rims didn’t make up for his lost grace.

Smart money says the hacker Sampson is behind it. He’s a terrorist, using his link jacking skills to destroy lives. When Reed Interactive puts a bounty on Sampson’s head, Delilah leaps to take the job. She’s good at finding people.

When Delilah puts the muzzle of her weapon to Sampson’s head, he tells her a story too perfect to be true. It’s a story too monstrous to be a lie. Syndicates are creating mind control technology. Killing Sampson could give Delilah the vengeance she craves. But her vengeance will let the syndicates get away with everything.

Faced with the choice between darkness and salvation, Delilah holds the future of millions in her hands. Will she have the strength to make the hard choice demanded of her?

Delilah is a page-turning cyberpunk techno thriller that retells the biblical legend against the backdrop of a future dystopian world. You won’t want to miss this fresh take on a story as old as time!

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