I’m pleased to announce that I am represented by Vaughne Hansen of the Virginia Kidd Literary Agency. 🙂

The Light at the End of the World, a work of post-apocalyptic science fiction, is currently on submission.

On May 18 at 2130 Coordinated Universal Time, the human race mysteriously vanishes. In an instant, the world crashes to a stop. Everything lies where it fell. Across the deserted landscape of Canada, three women find themselves utterly alone, each fearing she may be humanity’s only survivor.

In Manitoba, Canadian Air Force veteran Kat Russo is searching the airwaves when she picks up a radio signal coming from a survivor at Seal Island Lighthouse, on the west coast of British Columbia. Buoyed by hope, she begins the long westward journey. When the horrors of her past converge with those of the present, these nightly broadcasts become Kat’s lifeline.

This isn’t the story of what happened; it’s the story of what happens next.

A character-driven story of survival, family and the fundamental nature of love, The Light at the End of the World will appeal to readers who enjoyed The Lightest Object in the Universe by Kimi Eisele, Good Morning, Midnight by Lily Brooks-Dalton, and Rice Waubgeshigs’s Moon of the Crusted Snow.

Photo by Nathan Jennings,

New Works in Progress

I’m currently working on another piece of science fiction. The working title is The Face of Amore. It’s about a colony struggling to exist on another planet, but that’s all I’m going to say for now as I’m still in the blueprint & very early first-draft stage at the moment. But like everything I write, it will explore themes of survival, family, and the fundamental nature of love.