Welcome to My Home in Internet Land
I’m a writer, a dad, and many other things, and am always on search for the meaning of life. Spoiler alert: the answer is 42. My writing, in its various forms, has appeared on The Nervous Breakdown, Sports Illustrated, New York Times et al. You can read more about me here.
When the Lights Go Out at 10:16: A Memoir
In the summer of 2003, one of my close childhood friends was diagnosed with terminal brain cancer. The night I received word of his diagnosis, I went over to the basketball court across the street from my house and his and sat in my car with a green notebook pressed against the steering wheel of my car, and began writing. This is the story of our childhood growing up in small town America in the 1980’s and 90’s — a story of life and friendship in the face of cancer. Last updated: September 9, 2019. Click here to begin reading for free.
The Lady Next Door: A Short Story
They were just ordinary rocks found in a driveway to most people, but not to the lady next door. They were the most beautiful rocks you would ever see. Click here to purchase and begin reading this Top 50 Amazon bestseller.
While I shift my attention to other creative pursuits, meaning: write a book (see above), I am blogging less. However, I still blog some, and if you’d like to read new posts or catch up on older posts, all you need to do is click here to begin reading my blog.
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