I write mostly science fiction, fantasy, and horror stories. I’m not fond of genre pigeonholes, though, and my fiction projects tend to be all over the map. It’s safer to say simply that I like to tell stories, and that they’re often, but not always, dark tales with speculative elements.
My short zombie story, “If All Else Perished,” appeared in the October 2012 charity anthology FEAR from UK-based Crooked Cat Books. Net royalties from sales of the anthology will be split between will be split between Doctors Without Borders and Barnardo’s, a UK-based charity that fights child exploitation.
I’m in the process of revising my first novel, an urban fantasy story exploring the experiences of returning veterans, the process of grieving, and the perils of fighting necromancers.