I spent most of my life never knowing my talent for writing or my love of reading. I was a troubled, rebellious youth who would have ended up a sad statistic if I hadn't met my Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, in my early twenties. I fell out of trouble and landed in a job with the Xerox Corporation, where I've stayed for almost 35 years. A decade ago I went back to school and found out that I had a way with the keyboard of a computer. I've been writing ever since. I've finished three novels and have several others in the works. Fiction is rewarding to my psyche, but is as difficult to succeed in as becoming a successful actor. Freelancing gives me an outlet for creativity and helps pay the bills.
When I first explored writing, I joined a website called "Authonomy", which is now a defunct site where writers would meet other writers from around the world to share experiences and learn from one another. I still keep in contact with a few of those wonderfully creative people on Facebook and I owe much to many of them. If you're a writer who would like to correspond, I would enjoy the chance to get to know you better. My contact page isn't just for new business.
Please, let me know if anyone visiting this page would like more content from this site. I'm not opposed to a blog or newsletter, but I'm a practical man and a busy man. I need to know if it is worth my effort to provide more content. Thanks.