When I started writing “The Remnants” I had no idea where the journey would take me, but it was one that I felt in my heart I needed to take. Finishing book one was a long journey that was years in the making, but every year that went by has added to my experiences. Like everyone there were some good and some bad, but I realize that they all impact our lives and make us who we are today and I try to draw from those emotions to enrich the stories I tell.
Jumping ahead to just a few short years later I’m  releasing book three in The Kings of Pendar series, and it all seems unbelievable. The creative process is just so much fun. Even though balancing family, work, writing, and trying to keep active with running and cycling can be trying sometimes it’s worth the extra effort.
I’m blessed with a daughter in college and a teenage son in baseball so my wife and I are busy just trying to keep up with them. In spite, or maybe because, of our busy schedule we’ve added a travel trailer into the mix so we can get out and see the country together. We’ve even used it for a couple of weekend festival book signing events and I can’t wait to do more of those when I’m able to forego the day job and pursue my passion full time.
Thanks for taking the time to let me tell you about myself.

Welcome to The Kings of Pendar, enjoy the adventure!


  1. I'm agree with the points that you've shared.

  2. This would either assist understudies with understanding the conceivable qualities and visit site to get more info and ideally additionally assist them with easing up their understanding in regards to every one of those arrangements.

  3. Contingent upon the sort of data you find on your biography subject, you will have a clearer picture with regards to the structure of the piece.BIOGRAPHY SPY