In my writing, I take a particular interest in exploring various human experiences and perspectives, from the protagonist to the antagonist. I am a ‘genre agnostic’ author, meaning I write across a variety of genres, including historical, crime, and psychological fiction, suburban noir and supernatural suspense. I love to write short-form fiction, including novellas, novelettes, short stories and flash fiction.
I believe that everyone has a story to tell, but not everyone has the desire to be a storyteller. I love to use my writing to help people share their stories in the wider community, inspiring and moving stories that might otherwise remain untold. I provide an unbiased insight into various topics and experiences, allowing the reader to make up their own mind and come to their own conclusions about the subject matter. I enjoy writing creative nonfiction because of the creative licence the genre affords the author. Creative nonfiction also provides a way for people to tell their stories but maintain their privacy.
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Bedouin Boy tells the story of Jasem Bahar who, having inherited psychic abilities from his mother, attempts to use his gifts for the greater good but instead finds himself on an unlikely journey seeking justice for the dead. From the Negev Desert in Israel to the cities of New York and Los Angeles, Bedouin Boy is an intriguing story with equally intriguing characters, with a mix of history, reinvention, crime, inheritance and horror.
The supernaturally suspenseful sequel to Bedouin Boy
In the wake of a devastating act of betrayal, Dylan is determined to bury the past and start fresh. His good intentions are challenged by a sinister stranger, who is determined to dig up his sins, and threatens to jeopardize his efforts to make amends.
As a young woman in the 1950s, Sarah vehemently pursues her vocational dream of being a nurse, facing constant pressures from family tradition and the culture of the time. In the throes of a thriving career, Sarah is determined to balance work, marriage and motherhood despite relentless challenges.
As an emergency unfolds in a popular suburban shopping and dining precinct, a witness reflects on the life-altering events and choices that led her to be present at the scene.
Award-Winning Short Story
Based on true events, The Graveyard Shift tells the story of Cole, a medical student working the night shift, who starts to experience unusual events at the old hospital where he works.
This short story was selected in the Spooky But True Short Story Competition
Paid To Dance Series
Paid To Dance: Stripping Past & Present is a comprehensive insight into the stripping industry, from its origins to its modern-day evolution. Every day women share stories of working in gentleman’s clubs.
Inspired by a true story, Paid To Dance: Asha’s Story Part One tells of one young woman’s experience working as an exotic dancer in Brisbane, Australia.
Three years after daringly stepping into the world of stripping, Asha has left The Runway, the club that made her an exotic dancer, to make a fresh start at a rival venue. Asha’s personal and professional lives collide in unexpected ways, in the lead-up to the grand finale of her stripping adventure.