I love books, and I love a good story. Even better when they go hand-in-hand.

Once upon a time
Sometimes I yearn for the simplicity of a fairy tale.

Sure, I have a Kindle Fire, but reading it is so sterile compared to turning a physical page. I like to go to the bookstore or the library and feel the heft of a book. I want to look at the cover art, read the flyer or the blurbs on the back, check when it was published, and look at what else the author has written.

In my opinion, the online browsing experience leaves something to be desired. Unfortunately, it’s here to stay, with many books, especially those by indie authors, released only as ebooks.

I’m going to do my best to offer my books both ways.

Thank you

Thanks for your interest in my writing. If you’d like to know more about me, I refer you to my bio.

This is day one of the Website, so it’s a bit early to be making promises, so let’s just say I hope to be posting news, updates on projects, and perhaps the occasional article, essay, or short story here. Please subscribe for regular updates or check back a couple times a month.

The Images

None of the images on the home page and book pages are official or even 100% accurate.  They are not cover art, but simply art that I picked to represent the book.

Putting them together was a fun intellectual exercise.  I’ve always been told that a picture is worth a thousand words, but in these cases, they have to represent closer to 75,000 or 100,000 words, and that can be as much a challenge as summarizing a book in a three sentence blurb.

Art from Six Billion Reasons and Flight of the Condor
Art representing Six Billion Reasons and Flight of the Condor