Coming of Age
My novels are inspired by world travel, rock and roll lifestyle and courtroom drama. They're about real people; not super heroes. It's about Boomer Lit, reconnecting people to their hopes and dreams.
I started writing for the newspaper in 1972. It was thirty reporters in a sprawling newsroom, getting yelled at by a curmudgeonly editor chain smoking Camel straights. From writing obituaries as "the death editor," to covering cops, schools, social services, city government and features, I learned that if a man bites a dog, you got a story.
I'm old enough now that everyone I meet reminds me of someone I knew before. I've found that people all over the world are pretty much the same. We all love a good story, one that teaches us about ourselves and how we fit into the big mystery. I write about the good life and the bad life and how the important decisions have a way of making themselves.