Abel and Mikey are trapped and Kane is taken. The struggle for survival has never been more strained as Mikey and Abel fight to escape their submerged prison cell, cross the apocalyptic landscape known as Population, and find Kane.


Tensions between the two keep their odds of survival bleak as they face off against the obstacles that Population places before them. Rogue Others, starvation, savage scavengers, gangs.


With over 200 miles to trek, Mikey will have to learn how to trust and Abel, how to hope again as their journey across Population takes them through even more dangerous territory and into the Saltlands.


Saltlands is a full-length post-apocalyptic science fiction novel set in the Pacific Northwest. It features an HEA, interracial romance and a diverse cast with nail biting action and a few (heaping) spoonfulls of violence. 


What folks are saying about Saltlands...


4.6 stars on Amazon – "What did I like? Every f*cking thing imaginable. I can't even. Like. I liked Population but I LOVE Saltlands." "Abel is one of the strongest heroines that I have encountered in years." "What a ride!" "Being out in Population is as close to being in hell as you can get." "The humor was appreciated amidst the intensity." "Abel is a freaking God...she is a fearless warrior who fights to the death for the ones she love"

Saltlands: A Post-Apocalyptic SciFi Romance

  • Saltlands in paperback is available anywhere books are sold online, as well as in select brick and mortar bookshops around the US. 


    Order Saltlands online: 
    Amazon (including FR, DE, UK, and others)


    Find Saltlands in bookstores: 
    Elliott Bay Book Company in Seattle, WA – buy online from Elliott Bay here
    Third Place Books in Seattle, WA
    Leschi Market in Seattle, WA
    Park Postal in Seattle, WA
    Little Free Libraries around Seattle, WA


    You can also find the Population ebook on Amazon (US, FR, DE, UK, and others) *free for those with Kindle Unlimited subscriptions

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