Leaving on Empty

     Alone on his boat and purposefully adrift at sea, a hollowed out man spends his days in bottles and diversions, attempting to distract himself from his loneliness, and from what he can’t bring himself to think about — until he is abruptly and annoyingly not alone, and for the first time in years someone new comes into his life.

     A story of love, loss, and discovering where all the defecations of the world have gone.

     The novel is illustrated in traditional pen, brush and ink, and is 120 pages in three chapters. Covers are done in pen, ink, and wash. 

Chapter One

Chapter Two

Chapter Three