Watty award-winning author
I write comedic, near-future sci-fi for fans of Douglas Adams and Aldous Huxley.
I particularly enjoy reading and writing dystopian fiction that’s heavy on satire and absurdist elements. My debut series, Watchers, is 1984 meets reality TV.
Hard-working butcher Edna is fighting to keep her job while robots replace humans all over the country. Besides the rent, Edna also has her kid sister to look after – she’s just joined a new church with a priest who gives Edna the creeps.
Edna is keeping it all together until one day her head has an unfortunate meeting with a frozen side of pork and suddenly she can’t spell her own name, let alone provide for her sister. That’s when the priest makes a house call…
Killers is a companion novella to Watchers.
A disgraced senator’s son and a resourceful orphan are thrown together on a sadistic reality show in this dystopian novel for fans of The Hunger Games and 1984.
After narrowly escaping America’s most deadly game show, Sasha and Daniel are on the run from the Watchers when they meet a member of the resistance.
Daniel and Sasha seek refuge at the underground compound of the Destroyers – a resistance group determined to dismantle the Watchers.