A story of oppression and loss, of uprising and joys. Rubberman’s Citizens pushes through grim tyranny with the courage, compassion, and humour of those forced to fight troubled times.

In Citizenry, Leena knew cruelty was normal. Order was kept by Warren, through intimidation and abuse.

Normal meant deliveries from above, supplies from the great, unknowable, Actual.
Normal meant hating the lessers who live below.
Normal meant routine public degradation.
Normal meant hearing screams, and knowing no one dared help.

Normal was knowing that tomorrow, it could be your own screams being ignored.

Leena found a way to help.
Leena found a chance.
Leena discovered revolution.


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The final book, Rubberman’s Exodus is currently in editing… stay tuned!

The Rubberman series is my newest, followed below by my first series, Lifehack. After Rubberman’s Exodus comes out, I’ll begin the Daughter of Erebus.

The Rubberman Series follows a secure multi-generational bomb shelter with over two thousand people hiding from the devastation of WW3.

Their society has fractured into factions as necessary roles became enshrined as traditions. Daily life is dictated by what is needed for the facility to survive, even if the methods have corrupted over time.

The Lifehack Series takes place on the fictional island nation of Aguolia. In the near future, nanotechnology is reaching new heights. One cruel scientist sets things into motion, creating zombies and other abominations.

Civilians and the military get dragged into the nano-fuelled chaos, while love, loss, and discovery push them on.


Daughter of Erebus

3rds series, to begin writing when Rubberman’s Exodus comes out.

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Below are my current books in order of release.

Regan faces the loss of her brother during a nano-tech driven zombie outbreak, eventually getting help from a soldier, Alisia. Regan falls in love, to Alisia’s irritation. They go on to face the creator of the zombie threat, and are charged with stopping the spread.
After the events of Lifehack, nanotech is heavily restricted, forcing users of the tech underground. This doesn’t affect Cassidy much until a desperate scientist’s coverup tears her life apart. A story of sorrow, Cassidy faces a killer, and also herself. This is a much less action-driven story than the other books in the LIfehack series and makes no promise of a happy ending.
In the continuing bans on nanotech, Sarah learns she is the product of it – and created by the individual that the bans were created to stop. Faced with being a literal walking crime, Sarah only desires a normal life. This will be impossible as she is hunted by the government, and as nano-horrors begin to rise.
Lenth grew up knowing of only four other people in a small set of rooms that they’ve been led to believe is the whole world. When one of them dies, and a crack appears in the ceiling of their world, Lenth winds up on a tour of discovery through the giantic facility, learning harsh truths alongside things we take for granted. Like elevators, doorknobs, and women.
The most violent segment of the facility is Citizenry. Quarantined almost like a jail, the Citizens have been left to govern themselves, and they’ve been doing very badly. The leader reigns with fear and abuse, but Leena finds a chance to rebel. Removing a despot is hard enough, and the resulting power vacuum could be even more dangerous. Hope, desperation, and faith in those she loves push Leena forward through losses and fear of the unknown.