About the Writer

I started writing short stories as a child and I always believed I’d be an author when I was “old” and full of experience(s).

Then at the University of Kentucky, I studied creative writing and journalism. I wrote for Kentucky Kernel, college paper. Actually, because I transferred universities so many times I ended up writing for three different college newspapers.

At IBM I wrote lots of technical stuff like User Manuals and other dry and dreary stuff. At this stage I’m ready to write for fun again.

I’ve kept a journal since I was very young.

When I relocated to Texas, I joined the Bay Area Writers League, a very supportive group that’s helped me tremendously. Very recently they drafted me to be the webmaster for their website, and editor for their monthly newsletter and yearly anthology. The website is undergoing slow but steady improvements *wink*.

If you're a writer you may want to find a local group or you could join ours. Read more
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Early on, I thought writing stories was harder than writing a book but now I'm not so sure. I've concluded they're just much different experiences. Read more