Set against post-collapse, far-future, and fully imaginary backdrops, my novels are best described as speculative fiction with a romantic twist. I love to explore the roles of young women in various societies, especially those that could emerge here on Earth after a complete global collapse. No matter the setting, my heroines always find ways to challenge their roles and societal expectations, and though they all fall in love (and are often conflicted in love), they don’t let their relationships define them.
“We have all a better guide in ourselves, if we would attend to it, than any other person can be.” ~ Jane Austen
Love, friendship, family, belonging, home, secrets, and conflicting worlds are some of the recurring themes in my novels. Also: I’m a sucker for love triangles. Sorry! (Not sorry!) Although there are consummated love scenes, they are not explicit in detail. However, the suggested reading age is 17 and up.
Speculative fiction is an umbrella term for genres like sci-fi, fantasy, and supernatural fiction. It includes subgenres such as post-apocalyptic, dystopian, far-future, steampunk, and urban fantasy. These genres and subgenres explore imagined worlds and circumstances that are very different from our own, but often in ways that reflect or parallel life in our world.