UFOs and God is not single-themed but a medley of characters kayaking their way through the erratic channels of life. Some of these stories are sharp-edged and crafted to cut you emotionally to the quick. Others are inviting like a warm cozy room on a bitter cold day. A couple – it is hoped – will simply make you laugh.
In Wake Up, a man decides each morning whether he is to live or die, while UFOs and God explores faith and aliens. After being financially devastated by the 2008 economic crash, Mason Hammer makes a bold decision to live out a long-held dream in Echoes.
From farm to urban, from World War II to the Digital Age, the places and times, people and events in UFOs and God spotlight the tender underbelly of the human condition in all its glory and despair on these varied stages of fiction.