Although in 2005 I was dragged kicking and
screaming to the snow-infested plains of
the American Midwest, my home is still
Blake, Alabama, atop beautiful Sand
The page will highlight my books. Click on
the links to read my articles at The Indie
Times and The Mountain Valley News.
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|Worldwide rights available. Contact Montse
Cortázar Literary Agency
|Click to read my short story titled "Canyon Casanova," a finalist in the SELTI (Southeastern
Literary Tourism Initiative) writing contest. Homer Hickam voted it #1
|Please come see me at The
Pickin' post in Fort Payne,
Alabama Friday, June 28th
at 7 p.m. Also performing
will be Leah Seawright.
I will also be at The Book
Shelf in Fort Payne the
following day, Saturday,
June 29th from 12 - 2 p.m.
signing copies of all my
My Brother, My Judge
Three of Hearts
Come on out.
|Neal is a book editor, columnist for The Mountain Valley News, columnist for The Indie Times, cartoonist,
artist, and standup comedian. He has a BS in Applied Mathematics and was a math teacher and the director
of a math learning center.
He is the author of “Reternity,” a science fiction novel based on Biblical prophecies, which has won seven
national awards and was named to Kirkus Reviews Best of 2011.
His novel, “My Brother, My Judge,” a legal suspense thriller, is also an award-winner.
He has another science fiction novel titled “The Balance,” part one of a trilogy, which will be released by
Bold Strokes Books in the spring of 2014.
His comedy titled “X,Y, and Zs,” won an award for flash fiction.
His novelette, “Divine Protocol,” an alien invasion story of Biblical proportions, will be featured in the
“Veterans of Future Wars” Anthology to be released in the fall of 2013 by Martinus Press. His story, “The
Shombie Apocalypse,” a comical look at the ever popular zombie lore where only women are infected, will
also be featured in their “Life of the Dead” anthology.
His short story, “Canyon Casanova,” placed 2nd in the 2013 SELTI writing contest. One of the judges,
Homer Hickam, voted it number one. The story will be published in a future edition of Lookout Alabama
His novella, “The Return of the Nephilim,” was a runner-up in the L Ron Hubbard Science Fiction Writers of
the Future Contest.
His short story, “Ode to an Urban Legend,” will be featured in Paper Tape Magazine in June 2013.