Situational, contemporary novels, all interconnected with recurring characters, about trans people living, happy and sad, trying to make things work while they struggle to find health, love, and happiness.
A Spencer Tracy/Katharine Hepburn style romance between a transsexual woman and a transgender man, both pilots, with different ideals, who play, fight and argue on their way to falling in love at a major air show.
Hate Crimes follows a biracial transsexual woman from rags to riches to trouble, while people are murdered. Nuala struggles to overcome childhood abuse while she adjusts to her life as a woman, connects with her biological father, falls in love with a man she never expected, develops a singing career and makes new friends.
Sliders reveals problems a transgender woman has in 36 years of transition. Some of it is an exposé of trans life and its industry, which may be unpopular or little known, using period-correct terminology. Her views evolve dramatically over time, through decades. Sliders touches intergroup arguments, depression, denial, fear, gender identity, family issues, and loneliness.
Transmutation is transgender/transsexual/intersex sci-fi: A 20,000-year-old alien from outer space evolves her dog into a human and gives a machine to humanity that can rejuvenate with any kind of body desired. Sex/gender variance becomes common. Closets and bigotry disappear, but not before religion is confronted. When other aliens reveal themselves, their influence on humanity is also revealed.