Although Heath has been writing for many years, he considers his formal writing career having begun in 2006 during participation in the National Novel Writing Month. Armed with stacks of poetry from years past, Heath transitioned into writing short stories, and novel-length books.
During 2007 and 2008, he took many of the stories authored during those frantic months of November and got them ready for publishing, beginning with the three book Princess Carrina series for Young Readers.
Subsequent books included the short stories The Peregryn and Thorn Valley, and satirical compilations from his blog, Homo sarcasmus - Best of the Blog Volume 1.0 and the forthcoming Homo sarcasmus - On the Origin of the Species.
Heath is also working on a dramatic soap opera style series, an American love story, two murder mysteries, and a science fiction series.
Influences include science fiction/fantasy author Piers Anthony, horror writer Stephen King, and fantasy/horror author Anne Rice.
Most comfortable in a satirical/comedic genre, Heath does not limit his writing to only those styles, and enjoys dabbling in the futuristic world of science fiction, and the macabre depths of mystery and murder.