This page is intended for teen to adult readers. These are full-length novels.

Welcome to the “Jade’s Crossing” universe!

Based on the profound dreams, experiences, and concepts I’ve had throughout my life, all of my novels belong to this special universe, where different times, places, and dimensions collide. You can follow the many inhabitants through various flavors, themes, and horizons as the stories continue to unfold. Although my first book, The March Of Stan A. Solve, is schemed around teenaged characters in a “realistic” school setting, you will find their lives deviating into other times, scenarios, and realms of fantasy as the series moves on – which was always my intention (The books are not numbered, but you will notice how the character’s stories intertwine). Enjoy a wild, time-traveling adventure with incredible characters.

I’d say my style of writing has the hint of the nonsensical, an Alice in Wonderland kind of appeal, though one can still connect dots as the books go on. The characters are always changing their minds, so sometimes it’s hard to keep up, and sometimes I simply have to respect what a character is going through.

I take a lot of the stylization from manga, not only in the art, but also in the story-line aspect. I was a huge fan of the “psychology” genre, and my dream-scapes and downloads only intensified the theme. You could say that these writings was my way of coping with the world. I started writing when I was 13, and was pretty darn bad at it, both conceptually, and grammatically, but I didn’t stop, and I’m glad I never gave up trying to write full-length novels; it has always been less about coming up with ideas, than it has, documenting the stream of inspiration, which has literally been, a grand adventure.

Check out the novel blogs for more in-depth info on particular books.

Child and the Sungods

Genre: Fantasy/Adventure/Inspirational (2020)

The March of Stan A. Solve

Genre: School theme/Teen (2020)

The Judge of Ivory

Genre: Fantasy/Adventure (2021)

Mission Santos

Genre: Fantasy/Adventure(2021)

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