Blood Dragons was featured in the first edition of the literary magazine Scaffolding:
5* “The kind of book you are likely to pick up for a second time…an empowering book” – Scaffolding Magazine
From my days as a teenager spellbound by the world of Buffy the Vampire Slayer every week (dangerous thrills wrapped in snarky comedy…learn from the best), I’ve loved the idea that fantasy can be empowering…and fun.
I only write what I’m passionate about – a writer’s voice should be in their works.
As a playwright I loved to challenge audiences: make them laugh one minute, cry the next. Always? Question one little lie society teaches us, as Light would say, ‘cradle to the grave’: money makes you happy, disabled people can’t succeed, old people are boring or democracy can’t fail.
Trick of it is to create a world, characters and plot so exciting that readers are pulled into these questions.
“A book that stands behind causes, that advocates inclusion, that denounces walls and barriers.”
Light is a Blood Lifer and Kathy is a human. Their love is forbidden. In the wild 1960s Light realises that not as much divides the species as he’s always been taught. That maybe Blood Life isn’t about freedom but control.
That love can be free…
“Trailblazes through the stigma of mental health and disability in some of the most authentic ways we’ve ever read.”
My son is an autistic savant: everything he sees he remembers. My main character’s chief talent is his photographic memory: living as a vampire and witnessing all the glories and horrors, this becomes both a blessing and a curse.
His first true friend is an autistic vampire. Both elected because of their exceptional talents.
“A book with a formidable literary ambition… Highly recommended.”
In Rebel Vampires Light battles for love, family or home. Always he fights for freedom. Those walls and barriers? Light won’t rest until they’re tumbled down, smashed at his feet. Welcome to the Rebel Age!
Start your rebel adventure into Blood Dragons here!