What I Write
Fantasy, sci-fi, magical realism. Striving for character-driven stories, different viewpoints, and immersive world-building.
*Insert Subplot Here is my blog, updated weekly (usually on Tuesday) about my experiences with writing, editing, submitting, and general productivity hacks, all sprinkled liberally with snarky footnotes.
Free to Read is just that, a sampling of my fiction that’s the best price.
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Curve of the Corridor
Pursued space mercenaries. Trapped colonists and an abandoned arkship in an unexplained gravity well. A research station that seems to exists out of time… The Curve of the Corridor is the story of the choices humanity makes even in the far future and dealing with the inexplicable consequences.
First draft is done. Starting October 2017 I’ll be wrangling into a readable shape before sending it to my editor.
Melanie in the Underworld
In a genderbent retelling of Orpheus and Eurydice, Melanie must brave the streets and subways of Toronto in search of answers. Pick up the anthology Love, Time, Space, Magic at smashwords, or read a sample at popseagull.com.
In a world of magic, limited metals, and a missing goddess, Ashes is a novel about the emigrant experience and how loyalties are chosen, grown, and tested.
One last round of incorporating changes, and then I start querying!
The sequel to Ashes. A school-teacher decides that she is tired of waiting for the chosen one to bring back the long-lost goddess, setting off for the Fog, and picking up a familiar face along the way…
First draft is done! Might get split into two books, Embers and Ignition. It’s now sitting in a drawer to ferment for a couple of months before I start editing.
A novella about perception, reality, and trust, set in a mental hospital where an unknown monster is picking off residents, one by one.
First draft is done, currently being typed up (I wrote it longhand in a journal. This is the point where I was forced to admit I can’t read my own handwriting.)