The Eyes of the Setting Sun

The Eyes of the Setting Sun is the debut novel for Christian Madsen. Set not too far in the future, it’s about a synthetic being who is carrying out a plot to end her slavery.

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You can find out more at the book’s Kickstarter:


Life’s Voyage: Childhood & Adolescence


A gift to humanity for education empowerment in the form of poetry for children and teenagers. Consisting of fifty original poems and illustrations, this chapbook draws to light the experiences of how life is viewed from an artistic and creative point.

Fiction » Children’s books » Poetry
Fiction » Poetry » Contemporary Poetry
Published: Sep. 29, 2015 (Amazon has a date of September 13)
Words: 10,010
Language: English

Available on Smashwords and Amazon.

Premade cover created by Dora

Breaking Free From the Eye


Brett Foster just recently lost almost all of his vision. For him, blindness makes him feel as if he is in a box he can’t break out of and his spirits are plummeting because of it. Brett’s wife, Tracy, desperately wants her lively husband back, a little bit of help caring for their two children and she also would like to see him remain employed.
So Brett attends a school for the blind in order to help these desires come true. While attending this school, one of Brett’s instructors, Mike, wants very badly to see Tracy’s desires come true. But in the midst of covering the various skills a blind person can use, they both find themselves in a place they could never have imagined, dealing with issues that lie far outside their typical curriculum– desperately attempting to save the Earth.
Eyesight, blindness, meaning, value, beauty, ethics and ultimate reality are all items on their curriculum and they find out that all will be lost unless they can “Break Free from the Eye.”

Fiction » Themes & motifs » Spiritual & metaphysical
Fiction » Science fiction » Utopias & dystopias
Published: Sep. 15, 2015
Words: 46,230
Language: English
Available on Smashwords

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Curse of the Heroines: Fantasy Writers Anthology 2015


Published September 19, 2015

Heroines. Good and bad, fighting for their cause. Will they succeed in their task? Will their worlds be bettered or worsened by their success? Read “Curse of the Heroines” to find out.

Features nine (9) short stories by nine different authors.

Available on Amazon in Print and eBook.

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Survive the Sword


Nicodemus Dean is no detective. He doesn’t even play one on TV. He has a successful business as a stage combat trainer and he doesn’t need any more drama in his life. But he may not have much of a choice when the wife of a murder victim turns out to be a fan from his short-lived movie career.

When he is hired by the police to get close to the victim, Nicodemus reluctantly listens to his conscience – and his wallet. Writing the plot to an action movie is easy. But when the reality of comforting a friend and catching a killer forces Nicodemus to get too involved for comfort, he may find a whole new definition to what it means to survive by the sword.

Fiction » Mystery & detective » Amateur sleuth
Published: Aug. 15, 2015
Words: 20,790
Language: American English
ISBN: 9781311154507

Available on Smashwords

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