In a dystopian future, superhumans are being manufactured. Having survived a personal tragedy, Bryan Whittaker decides to fight crime and corruption, and save the city from the force that killed his family. After signing up for the Hero Program, Bryan becomes Soulfire. Years later, the “products” of the program are targeted by an assassin. Soulfire finds himself being accused; only he has the abilities sufficient to overpower the others. But is there someone else in the game? With the corrupt Hero Factory shaken to its foundation and the future of Crystal City hanging in the balance, Soulfire takes action to clear his name, find the killer and bring him to justice. One must find out why one is born, and Bryan Whittaker was born to be The Last Hero.
Even though I began my journey of writing at a late age, my desire to build worlds and create characters started at a very young age. 10 to be exact. I enjoyed world building games such as Dungeons and Dragons as well as immersing myself into superhero back stories via the “Marvel Universe” compendiums. I signed on with independent publishing house Creativia in early 2014 and haven’t looked back.