My fiction is full of dark, twisty worlds with resilient characters and smart kids, time that acts in stacks instead of lines, and nods to 80’s action films. Romance only shows up if the relationship’s already gone terribly awry. Readers say my worlds remind them of Mad Max and Studio Ghibli; I humbly accept the comparison.
I write fiction for the same reason I read it. To escape my day-to-day and to face emotions I’m not yet able to process in reality. I’d happily spend decades creating my worlds and letting my characters unveil their secrets, but once a contract and deadline is on the table my writing-time decreases exponentially. I signed with my agent for the fantasy novel The Color Eater, and I look forward to the day my fiction gains as much traction and notice as my non-fiction.
A public reading of The Color Eater.