My first SF novel was published in 1995. I wrote it when I was 26 and it garnered award nominations and praise from Ian McDonald and David Brin. My most recent SF novel will be published in 2016 and reflects 20 years of growth.
When people ask me which of my books I think they should read, I used to tell them that I reckon Maul is the best thing I have in print. Lightborn is arguably more mature. Dreaming in Smoke is not my best work, but I’m honoured that it won the Clarke. Occupy Me came out in 2016, was shortlisted for the Clarke and BSFA Awards, and is the work that means the most to me.
Here they are chronologically:
Someone to Watch Over Me (1997)
Dreaming in Smoke (1998)
Double Vision (2005)
Sound Mind (2007)
Occupy Me (2016)
Sweet Dreams (2017)
I am sorry about the Amazon links. I will sort this out when I have a tiny bit more time.