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I write genre fiction, because I read genre fiction. I read a lot of other things, but genre is my first love. My first two novels were fantasy, but the new one knocking at the back of my brain seems to be a combo of fantasy and mystery.

I start with a premise, bizarre or off-normal, develop the characters, and then build the world they inhabit.

I've always been fascinated by social structure, cultural history, and power relationships inside groups. What's normal in one group can be abnormal in another, and if these are mixed and matched across strange environments, who knows what could happen?

So I write, for want of a better term, sociological fantasy. Or soft science fiction. Or mysterious fantasy. Or just stories, about people I'd like to meet or people whose lives I'd like to live.