I think the most rewarding aspect of being a writer of SciFi is that I get to read the stories I want to read, those with a killer ending--yes, I am my biggest fan and easily entertained.
I started my career as a Marine Biologist, which beyond a doubt was the most fun job a person could have and where a day off felt like punishment. But then I got distracted by this new thing that came along in the early 80's, called a computer. So I put my mask and fins on the shelf for a bit and pursued a career in Information Technology for the next 35 years, where I was witness to the birth of the internet and rode the DotCom on a surfboard until it closed out in the DotBoom.
But there was still something missing, a gravity pulling me away from that second career, so strong of a pull I surrendered to it.
So what you will see in my stories and the personalities of my characters are deep rooted science based plots and keen knowledge of Marine Biology and the accuracy of the coolest technology in the universe that seem so real you will ask yourself, "Is this guy pulling my leg? Is what he is writing about... real?
Write about what you know is the first thing an author learns. So I have incorporated the knowledge of my careers in Marine Biology and Information Technology and folded them neatly into page-turning SciFi, where the science and technology stand up and the characters tell it like it is.
Wattpad has been an essential platform for my success, both guiding and mentoring me, shaping what I post here into the stories that are published. Thank you all.
- Hobe Sound, FL
- JoinedAugust 13, 2014