After being rejected by her older sister’s gang, Jess, a teen-aged girl from a troubled home, joins a rival gang and fights for her life on the streets of South Los Angeles.
Sam, an ex-con with a rat phobia, joins forces with his estranged son, his neighbors and a team of exterminators, to rid his apartment building of an infestation of super intelligent rats before they’re eaten alive. Part one of the Detest-A-Pest Series.
Upon returning home for his senior year, Bradley uncovers a colony of man-eating spiders. But the spiders aren't the only threat. Sam and O'Connor are back as well as a new crew of inventive teens in the second part to the Detest-A-Pest Series.
After her newborn son is diagnosed with cancer, Deanna quickly focuses on her frantic need for a cure, but when her husband raises questions of quality of life vs. quantity, she chooses to seek treatment options alone and risks not just the life of her baby, but her relationship with her family as well.
Noah’s Noodles is a slippery story of food and fun for younger children, especially toddlers, preschoolers and children learning to read.
Lee has spent most of his life living on an island in the Pacific Northwest. A certified movie junkie, he has channeled his love for good stories to the printed (and electronic) page.
Why does Lee write? In his own words: “Writing is magic. I’ll never understand how it works the way it does, but I do know if I put energy into it, it rewards me in strange and wonderful ways. Even if I know where I’m going in a story, often I’ll end up being pulled in directions by my characters that I least expect. What ends up on the page never ceases to surprise me, and that’s super cool. Writing continues to be one of the most difficult and most rewarding aspects of my life.”
Lee has worked within the visual and dramatic arts landscape as a graphic designer, illustrator, visual effects artist, animator, screenwriter and author.
May 30, 2019
I just completed the first draft of Arachnid 2.0. It was only now, that I look back on things, just how long I’ve been working on this book. My process was a little different this time around.
April 4, 2019
Arachnid 2.0 is almost done… the first draft, I mean. I’ve been working on this book for over a year and I’m getting a little worried.