The Traveler Series:
The Dead World
The Dead World follows a young boy named Kyle and his friends as they set out to escape their dying world. In order to flee the desert world of Tehrahey, the kids will need to find long lost relics left behind by the mysterious Traveler, the creator of their world. The journey will take them out into an unforgiving world that offers little hope of survival for its inhabitants. Will the kids be able to survive the heat of the Erima, the frozen ruins of Glachalis, or the tyrannical might of The Maker all while following a talking black cat?
New Jersey Bail Reform
Most people have a basic understanding of the concept of bail. A person gets arrested, and then pays a certain amount of money to get released from jail. the money paid acts....
Living in the state of California means dealing with earthquakes and fires on a pretty regular basis. As scary as that may sound, it is only par for the course. Everywhere has some....
Tracking Santa Claus
As Christmas draws nearer, children all over begin to grow more and more excited. They all know that Santa is preparing for his flight around the world. For kids, this is the most exciting....
Tyler currently lives in Arizona while working on his first novel. By setting "pen to paper," so to speak, Tyler started down this path nine years ago. For quite some time, incredible stories would come to roost within his mind, but they were all jumbled and disconnected. High school brought the idea for the Travelers, people with the ability to jump from world to world. This simple idea allowed Tyler to link all of the varying stories into one single narrative known today as the Traveler Series.
The copywriting job came as a way to further his skill. Many authors agree that the best way to learn the complex skill of writing is to write. In order to expand his skill set, in 2013 Tyler began creating articles covering a variety of topics from bail, safety tips, and even holidays.
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