Project Peak Oil (in progress).
The novel is set in the border regions (US/Mexico and US/Canada) of near-future North America. Structurally the novel moves back and forth between a time where access to oil is limited and a time where oil—and the world it produced—is almost a memory. The characters include a Métis woman and her half-brother, a community of preppers, a multi-generational Mexican family who have a long history of moving people and things from one side of the border to the other, and man who continues to have access to oil as he engages in the lucrative business of human trafficking.
Over the past three decades, over 4,000 First Nations, Métis, and Inuit women and girls have disappeared or been murdered in Canada. The Intersection[s], complete at 93,000 words, is adult literary fiction exploring the intersecting lives of four Indigenous women during this on-going human rights crisis.
The Body in the Roses.
The Body in the Roses (92,000 words) is upmarket mystery with magical realist elements. It will appeal to fans of Veronica Mars and those who wish The Lovely Bones was grittier.
This Is Life in Half-terms.
This Is Life in Half-terms (82,000 words) is upmarket literary fiction about a three children brought together by their sperm donor father set at an upscale summer camp.