my space colonization novel set
in the near solar system and the dangers of corporate control
Blind Fish Series, which
begins with the novella Blind
Fish: Locked in the Park is takes place underground where
a small group struggle to survive. Blind
Fish 2: Lost in the Tunnels details the next twenty years
of life underground, including achievement and catastrophe.
Home to Newfoundland, both an environmental treatise and
a animal journey novel, this record of a moose journey is meant
to enlighten and inspire.
Earth, another science fiction about an ancient utopia
and its return to Earth.
to Ground: The Search for Home, a road novel about a drifter
who senses it's time to come in from the cold.
Sight of Memory: The Legend of the Lost Colony, a science
fiction novel about the desire to control and confront a loss
at Sea Series is three books which explore the one man's life
as he is buffeted by the weather. In Storms
on the Atlantic he is a teenager falling in love, and in Landlocked
a man trapped in a job he doesn't understand. When he retires
on the west coast in The Pacific he learns that he has
more control over his life by relinquishing control.
the novel about a cave girl whose people have survived into modern
in the Road, a tale of a man's attempt to take back his
life by going into the woods naked.
Quite Dark: A Post-Apocalyptic Adoption Story follows
a man and the child he has rescued as they search for a perfect
town in a world gone mad.
for Life: A Machine to Mind a Child tells the story of
a machine tasked with the care of a child after an explosion four
and a half light years from help.
Series begins with In
Light of Ray, a novel about despair and redemption, this
story details a manís drift from the Vancouver streets and the
emptiness of dead-end jobs to a choice between embracing community
and connection or disappearing into a waiting squalor. In Working
for Ray, Sam's slide into despair has been temporarily
halted by Rikka, who saves him even as he saves her.
details the attempt by two people to put the gutted space programs
back together only to find the asteroid Vesta is much more interesting
than distant observations would indicate.