Moral Compass is my first novel and is available from multiple sources in print or digital format (see below for a more comprehensive list). Set in the early 2000’s, Moral Compass is partly a satirical look at suburban middle class angst, but also addresses the very real concerns of individuals who are out of their element and simply trying to find their way in the world. From the back cover:
“Have you ever thought about living someplace else?
“2001: When Alex, Karen, Nate, Saundra, and Bobby find their lives upended by the turmoil that ushered in the 21st century, they make a fresh start in a southern city sight unseen.
“2004: Rebelling against culture shock, these five friends try to correct past mistakes while charging into the future. An unexpected relative, the perils of dog ownership, real estate investing, and the adult video industry are a few of the disruptions on their journey.
“As the characters of Moral Compass experience the confusion, anger, and sadness of real life, they only hope they’ll be able to laugh about it later.”
Moral Compass is a story that pokes fun at southern stereotypes but also acknowledges that part of the joke is on these fish out of water and their own expectations. Currently, the book can be ordered from the following vendors: