Gerald Ribbon and the Bird in His Brain

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House of Blood and Teeth

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The Giant Robots of Babel


Gerald Ribbon has a habit of ruining his love life. The bird in his brain gives him terrible advice, and he is stuck dealing with the consequences. He screwed up his relationship with Jessica, who has now moved on and is seeing someone new. But the fear of damaging another friendship prevents Gerald from openly expressing his feeling for his best friend, Allen. When Allen begins to date Diana, Gerald feels himself getting left behind and tries to form a wedge between the two. Ultimately, Allen and Diana's relationship reaches a breaking point, and Gerald needs to be louder than the noisy bird in his brain and do what is right for his friends and himself.


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(September 23, 2021, Deep Hearts YA Press)

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A house on a quiet street in Wisconsin. A new family with a recent tragic loss. Why are the Ingrams suffering strange injuries that never heal? And what is hiding in their house? The truth will change the Ingrams forever.

"House of Blood and Teeth is a brutal journey haunted by grief and dread. Maxwell Bauman deftly crafts the claustrophobia of the dysfunctional family."
— Tiffany Morris, author of Havoc in Silence

"House of Blood and Teeth is a harrowing tale of grief, and how it manifests inside of us before oozing out to destroy the world around us. Highly recommended!"
— doungjai gam, author of glass slipper dreams, shattered

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(October 6, 2021, Nictitating Books)

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Life isn't easy for mankind following the Great Flood, and now Eber and his young son, Peleg, have to help an angel named Zephon. Zephon has been sent to earth to recover two missing angels captured by King Nimrod. On their journey to the tower they confront many of these Mesopotamian mechas including Inanna, goddess of war and love, and Nergal, god of the underworld.

Meanwhile, Abdi, a janitor at the Tower of Babel, finds a mess that leads him to a secret ritual and is chosen by the giant robot Marduk to become its pilot or "Heart." The robotic pantheon was created by the tyrannical King Nimrod under the pretense of protecting humanity, but they actually threaten the balance of the world.

Everything comes to a head in an epic battle between Zephon and Abdi inside of Marduk. In the end, Eber and his son help save the missing angels, and Abdi discovers that after a lifetime of taking orders he has the ability to choose for himself.

(November 2021, Aggadah Try It, an imprint of Madness Heart Press)