Standalone Works

These works aren’t part of any particular series.

  • Wool: The Graphic Novel

    Wool: The Graphic Novel

    Wool as you’ve never read it before: The New York Times bestselling novel now told in graphic novel format, featuring full-color illustrations by Hugo Award-nominated artist Jimmy Broxton, and as adapted by fan-favorite writers Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray. This contemporary dystopian classic—hailed by Justin Cronin, New York Times bestselling author of The Passage, as… Continue reading

  • Peace in Amber

    Peace in Amber

    Hugh Howey was a boat captain living aboard a seventy-four-foot yacht in the shadow of the Twin Towers on the morning of September 11, 2001. Imprisoned and put on display in a glass-domed zoo on the planet Tralfamadore, adult film actress Montana Wildhack is left alone with her thoughts and her occasional lover Billy Pilgrim.… Continue reading

  • Promises of London

    Promises of London

    This is a short story about a man seeking closure. It can be read in ten minutes. Please don’t purchase this expecting a novel for your dollar. This story was written in a small cafe on the corner of Bleeker and Grove in New York City on Tuesday, May 27th. The idea came to me… Continue reading

  • The Walk Up Nameless Ridge

    The Walk Up Nameless Ridge

    On planet Eno, there stands a mountain that has never been summited. Many have tried. All have failed. This climbing season finds three teams making their bid up this murderous peak. And one man among them will discover these ugly truths: There are fates worse than death. There are fates worse than obscurity. To be… Continue reading

  • The Box

    The Box

    What happens when artificial intelligence comes online, only to find itself locked in a room with a madman? Get a Copy Continue reading