Since 1992, Lee has worked within the visual and dramatic arts landscape as a graphic designer, illustrator, visual effects artist, animator, screenwriter and author. He's contributed to an Emmy award and once walked 63.5 kilometers in 13 hours. Traditionally trained as a screenwriter, Lee has moved to writing books in order to share his stories.

Lee has spent most of his life living on an island in the Pacific Northwest and he writes in multiple genres that interest him. Why? 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 writing, 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.”

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Snipped: A Cutting Comedy

Ted’s life is almost perfect. But he's missing one thing. Sex.

Five years ago, it was love at first sight. Now, Ted and Iris live on autopilot as tumbleweeds roll through their bedroom. The lack of sex is driving him crazy. So is his precocious next-door neighbor. Iris’s solution to their sexual woes: get snipped.

Kunal and Ray, Ted’s best friends and sworn enemies of Iris, agree with her for once. All roads seem to lead to a surgical solution, but Ted’s not going there...until an explosive argument changes everything. A vasectomy seems like Ted’s only play to win Iris back.

But what can go wrong does go wrong. With its bawdy humor and unexpected twists, Snipped will have you laughing out loud as you root for Ted to find the love he’s been missing.


Vermin 2.0: Hunger Pains (Detest-A-Pest #1)

Rats. They brought the Black Death. They're fiercely intelligent. They eat anything. Now there's a new breed of rat in the sewers of New York City...a version 2.0...and they're hungry for blood.

Ex-con Sam Shaw has problems. Bradley, his estranged son of fifteen years, has moved in for the summer and Sam has no clue how to be a dad. Plus, the building he maintains has become infested with super smart rats that crave living flesh. But Sam's problems don't stop there. He also has a debilitating fear of rats. With the help of a crew of rodent experts, Sam and Bradley must battle the infestation before they, and the building's tenants, are eaten alive.

Vermin 2.0... Can they be stopped?


David's Summer

After her newborn son David is diagnosed with cancer, Deanna's life quickly focuses on her frantic need for a cure. Her husband Max, however, has other ideas.

Based on his own troubled and secretive past, Max challenges Deanna to consider quality of life versus quantity. Deanna chooses to seek treatment options alone and risks not just the life of David, but her relationship with her family as well.

Her thirteen year old son Alex is caught in the middle, left to navigate this family crisis on his own. An unexpected friendship may offer the perspective he needs.

This emotionally rich and compelling story will draw you in to its bittersweet world.



Two sisters: They each want a way out. They each have a plan...

Rejected by her older sister's gang, Jess joins a rival gang and fights for her life on the streets of South Los Angeles.

If you like strong female characters, gang culture, and gritty street life, then you'll love the story of teen-aged sisters Jess and Nova. Both are headstrong, and after one explosive argument, Jess takes her future into her own hands and joins a rival gang. This decision leads her down a path of irreparable consequences.

Set in the rough neighborhoods of South Los Angeles, violence erupts as two gangs, two sisters, fight head to head. But who will survive the night?

Note: Please be aware that this novel contains strong language and gang violence.