My fiction – me as me

When left to my own devices I write ‘profound tales in page-turning fashion’, according to award-winning author John Whitbourn. It might also be described as literary fiction with – gasp – a strong narrative drive. I have two novels completed.

My Memories of a Future Life – contemporary literary fiction
ebook, audiobook & paperback
ISBN 9781909905931
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Lifeform Three – literary science fiction. Longlisted for the World Fantasy Award.
ebook, audiobook & paperback
ISBN 9781909905948
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Interested in my writing process? Take the picture tour.

Why I write? Tiny interview here

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New novels under construction

I have a third novel completed and in production – Ever Rest.

And another, my fourth novel, with the working title of Four. It worked for Peter Gabriel.

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