My Books

My published novels, and a glimpse or two at a couple more that are currently in progress.

 

 

Stories, stories …

Stories of love and loss and laughter.  Of secrets uncovered, of power and intrigue, hope and betrayal. Here you walk in castles, in classrooms, and on the coldest of moons.  Here you will drink with devils.  Here you will dance with fate.

Muddle and Win

The Muddle and Win novels take you on a romp through Heaven, Hell and the Human Mind. Featuring one angel, one devil and one smart 14-year old. Also some very dangerous cupids...

The Ambrose Stories

A series of three fantasy novels set in an isolated medieval kingdom that is haunted by its past. These are stories of love, fate, darkness and courage - as all good fantasy should be.

The Lightstep

Set in Germany during the French Revolution, The Lightstep is a story of intrigue, espionage, romance and the corruption of ideals.

WE

WE is set in the near future, on the loneliest, coldest and most distant moon in our solar system. It is the only place left where it is possible to see what humanity has become.

Red Jack

A small kingdom is in the grip of a merciless tyrant.  Young Christine Herzing is determined to defy him.  Yet the streets are full of his soldiers and the shadows are full of his spies.

Short stories

A few of my short stories, with lovely illustrations, free and in full for you to read online. 

More Reads

Historical drama, classic science fiction, high adventure.

The Lightstep

Set in Germany during the French Revolution, The Lightstep is a story of intrigue, espionage, romance and the corruption of ideals.

WE

WE is set in the near future, on the loneliest, coldest and most distant moon in our solar system. It is the only place left where it is possible to see what humanity has become.

Red Jack

A small kingdom is in the grip of a merciless tyrant.  Young Christine Herzing is determined to defy him.  Yet the streets are full of his soldiers and the shadows are full of his spies.

My short stories

The writer only tells the story. It’s the reader who brings it to life.