Book 3 – Conflict


Action Adventure and Techno-Utopian Manifesto.

Conflict is compelling and provocative—a romp through the alien landscape of our not-so-distant future.

The balance is shifting. The Forward Coalition is losing relevance, it knows the world is slipping through its fingers. But Nebulous and the Kin are still too weak to confront the old bulls, who, cornered and confused, are at their most deadly. Can the torrent of fantastic technologies emerging from the Klan’s Fabs bring about utopia as the optimists claim, or only speed the planet’s inevitable appointment with annihilation?

Cold wars are growing hot as governments lash out at what they don’t understand. Plutocrats and blue-eyed idealists face off across a planet bristling with micro-nukes, chthonic bio-machines, and weaponised hallucinations. Mankind’s million-year run will finally take it to the brink of an abyss with oceans of darkness awaiting above and below…

The fast-paced action ricochets the reader between neon-stained riots of urban flesh and idyllic tropical islands, where humans and their BugNet companions have built a pan-species utopia.

War is coming and Conflict crackles with the energy of an approaching storm.


Books 2 – Disruption


Singularity’s Children Book Two, takes us deeper into an action-packed riot of haves and have-nots; a vivid alternate future filled with Buddhist commandos, stolen Femto-tech, AI Sages and Quantum Consciousness.

A decade after economic collapse sent the world’s governments toppling like dominoes, the corporations are back on top. Their AI farms have relieved society of the drudgery of work, leaving behind a broiling underclass precariat. The Forward governments pacify their rabbles with computer-generated titillation while channeling legions of the desperate into overseas peacekeeping.

Keith’s reduced circumstances, following an impulsive experiment with corporate disobedience, leave him vulnerable to the Battlesuit which was always stalking him.

Niato’s island utopia is an experiment in pan-species cooperation and a beacon for the hacktivist kin assembling their alternate economy.

When Stella is drawn down into the human slime that underlies this new world order, can a vengeful cetacean, a wounded soldier and two exiled hackers save her from the darkness?

Disruption is subversive, fast-paced action. A provocative excursion into a near-future civilization struggling to survive the maelstrom of post-human forces its technology is unleashing.

Book 1 – Denial


Smart, Dark and Witty; a Techno-Thriller with a Science Fiction soul.

Keith knows the 21st century is no place for a moral backbone. Not even a corporate expense account and the occasional synthetic liaison can air-gap him from the blood on his hands.

Niato is recruited into Eco-Terrorism by a radicalized dolphin at his fourteenth birthday party.

Stella lives above a brothel on a nomadic, floating tuna farm. Her life is brutal and precarious, she needs to find a tribe before she is destroyed by the jaded world around her.

Denial is high-tech adventure in a world of soulless algorithms, psychotic corporations, and floating ghettos. It is the first book in the Singularity’s Children series, an epic story arc which takes the reader from a post-internet, post-collapse dystopia, towards a glittering post-human future.

Hard SciFi–biting, smart and subversive.