Journey to the West Valley Wall:

Science fiction writer Jack Van Horne has been struggling with an increasing case of Agoraphobia for about the past ten years. This mental affliction leaves him powerless to leave his current surroundings of the street his apartment is situated. His doctor has tried many types of medication with zero effect to break him from his self-imposed prison. The impact of his mental illness prevents Jack from finishing the final book of his space fantasy series which has increased the psychological strain on his well being. Jack’s editor believes he is just suffering from writer’s block. However, Jack knows that he isn’t well and that people are dismissing his mental illness as a genuine illness. When Jack is tasked with watching his niece for two days out of the sanctity of his safe zone surroundings, his journey begins to the West Valley Wall. In Jack’s mind, this adventure will either aid in his sanity or cement his demise.

Burning the Last Bridge:

A salesman named Liam receives shocking news from a phone call at work that leads him down a path of despair. Unable to reconcile with himself with his newfound sorrow and depression, he immediately spirals down in a state of self-destruction. By chance, he meets a beautiful young woman named Cora, who sees the potential to make him feel worthy of continuing to live life, and in the process, they both fall in love. To complicate the strain of their relationship, his prescription has some severe side effects that Liam has been willing to ignore. The medication leaves him with many blackouts and other unusual results. These next few days will test Liam’s desire for this love of Cora and even the love of his own life.