My Work

I just published my first book this year! It’s called The Consequence of Loyalty, and is the first book in a series of crime thrillers called The Columbus Archives. Check it out here!

I’m currently working on the second book in the series, which is currently untitled. It will take you back to the same characters you met in the first book, and be told from even more perspectives, both in terms of characters and time and space. Again, the CRU will find themselves dealing with a case that isn’t quite what it seems.

In addition to The Columbus Archives, I’m writing a separate book that I quite don’t know how to describe. I think it could go as literary fiction. It’s about death, dying, having lived, remembering memories, and understand that you have value and purpose because of what you’ve done with your life but also beyond that.

I’ve also outlined a scifi thriller that I’m very eager to get started on, I’m very excited about the idea, but there are other things I want to do first. And though I’ll often try to do multiple things at once, I feel I’m more productive when I focus on one task at a time.

My favourite genre is probably fantasy (which is weird, I know, since I write crime thrillers), but I have a great fantasy project in the making. I think I might be holding it off because I want to make sure it’s as good as it can possibly be.

For years now, me and a like-minded soul, have been collaborating on a another fantasy project, of grand proportions. It features a huge world, with magic, sword fighting, mystery, murder and death. There are elves, men, dwarves, and other races you haven’t heard about before. Currently this isn’t something we imagine finishing at any near point in the future, but who knows, maybe we’ll get a sudden burst of motivation one day?

Before I wrote my crime thrillers, I wrote some short stories, mostly horror, inspired by Lovecraft and the like. None of these have been published anywhere, but now that I’ve actually managed to publish a book, maybe I’ll put them out there somewhere. Maybe if someone wants to read them?

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