I have written a number of novels that are in various states of completion and publication. As I write there are some themes that seem to be appearing in my work:
  • Keep the story moving, let the writing flow and edit down later.
  • People in the books should be real, perfection in a hero is just annoying.
  • Violence and sex have their place, add them for excitement but don't overdo it.
  • Emotion and tragedy are all well and good but my books are supposed to be fun to read, don’t dwell.
This appears to be my native style and, I think, results in some good books. There are some technology references, some rants about things that annoy me, the politics are liberal but not rammed down you and there is no swearing or blasphemy. 

I am a man, but I hope they are readable by women too, my wife and mum enjoy them, removing anything too techy or boring as they edit them.

Why not read one, I am trying to keep them well priced and available to everyone I can reach. I want people to read them rather than make money. I don’t really expect to make any real money anyway (O;


Completed and available on Amazon as Kindle or Paperback
My first novel is a psychological adventure with a hint of magic that already has a good couple reviews.


Completed and available on Amazon as Kindle or Paperback

Ego was my second book and I think, so far, my best. It is the story of a murderer, the policeman who chases him and the man who sees him.


Currently being proof-read by my mum
Pronounced, 'game', it's more psychology and more murder, this time with a technological thread running through the tale. A group of friends playing in the Canadian wilderness, what could go wrong?


Not sure I want to progress with this, not totally happy with it
A bit of a departure as the leading character is a woman now. No murder, no police. There is drama though, there is some suspense and a little crime. It's more about the sin we all commit though, the crimes inside that are sometimes okay. Sometimes they are not.

Big Gam

15% completed, still deciding on central thread
Despite my decision while writing Xen to not have any series, I had always intended Gām to be a trilogy. This being the second. The Gām has expanded, is there any hope for the rest of us?


5% completed, Not happy with the concept
Started then stopped. This is the story of the end of the world. The man living between two sets of survivors. His only method of communication is his ability to write, the ink if his story stains his fingers black as he tries to survive this hostile new planet.
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