Luke Jeffers is a student at Brafferton Community College in Fort Christanna, Virginia. Like any other college guy, he dreams about Amy, his grade-school crush, and finds time to party on the weekends while struggling to make his meager budget pay his bills. But unlike anyone else, Luke has discovered the secret Department of Defense Application for Remote Kinetics that unlocks a whirlwind of shocking events, and changes Luke's life direction forever.
What you are about to hear will disturb you; make no mistake. Within the first few minutes, you'll be confronted with a troubling fictional story revolving around two things that are deeply rooted in modern society: the fear of death and the obsession with social media. In fact, it will challenge comforting and preconceived notions of the social order at large. Tragedy rains down upon this story, tinged with shadow, and making slippery all that we take for granted through this dark tale.
In this next standalone installment of Dark Application, Dark Application: TWO, Luke is accused of heinous crimes for which there is no evidence to save him, thrown into prison, and must find the courage to fight the prosecutors who seek the highest punishment. With the help of an unexpected ally, he must face the grand jury. Meanwhile, Sabrina Dobson is now in possession of the phone containing the unpredictable, mind-probing spyware. A budding teenager with high hopes for her future, innocent Sabrina is targeted by the very kidnappers who killed Tiffany El'Said.
Have you ever wondered why that smarmy sales guy won't quit, even when it's obvious to both of you that you're not buying what he's selling? Have you ever made a snap judgment about someone's character - only to find out that you were completely wrong? I live in California yet work for Celebrity Magician Criss Angel in Las Vegas. Needless to say, I find myself flying three to four times per week. Those who fly know. This collection of short stories set on airplanes will let you see the strangers around you in an entirely new light - and what you learn just might surprise you.