The Buddha described me perfectly millennia ago, “A mere heap of conditions this, where no being can be found.”
– Samyutta Nikaya PT1-3.
Many people go through a transition late in life. That’s me. Thirty years into writing as an avocation I began writing novels. Three of them are in the market now. I am enthusiastic about the incredible subject matter experts I’ve been fortunate to meet. They inform.
A formal bio is not needed. I write. I am reclusive by nature. If we meet one day, and you see me behind a podium pitching books, or signing them in a lonely corner of your local book store, take pity. I am always open to meeting new friends, but tend toward discomfort in crowds. My degree in the objective study of Religion, even the minor in Creative Writing, were obtained solely out of curiosity. It is curiosity that stirs me most, and the desire to be part of what comes next. So what does come next? What compelling stories need to be fleshed out? The subjects that currently grab my attention are global conflict and cyber crime.