Writing is a lifelong disease.
Once contracted, the only prescription is to write constantly in whatever form to express your condition, in whatever construction to carry your words beyond you.
Thanks for traveling with me.
Wrote, produced and directed the award-winning adventure travel documentaries "Emigrant Road," "4Corners" and "The Alps" • hundreds of featured appearances at universities, colleges, schools, and performing arts centers, including Carnegie Music Hall, the Sundome, and the National Geographic Society • numerous short stories, several screenplays, loads of articles, and a couple of books • member of Wattpad, Goodreads, and Amazon • fan of literary fiction, stories with a strong sense of place, progressive rock, orchestral film scores, and wandering in general
"Unclaimed" [Featured Short Story]
A widow finds a unique and ironic way of helping children who were abandoned after they died. Based on true events. "Absolutely stunning," "beautifully written," and "wowie!"
"droplets of god"
Marguerita's handsome new island neighbor Savio sends her a rose, nearly killing nine-year-old flower vendor Antoníto. She resolves to mentor the budding entrepreneur, angering the calculating Father Francisco of the San Carlos Mission School. Can Marguerita survive the tropical storm headed her way, trust to love, and find the serenity she so desperately seeks? "I was floating from one word to the next," "beautifully expressed," "I'm loving every word," and "this opening is as good as any I have read."
A hiking adventure in the Colorado backcountry turns dangerous for Kole, as she and her would-be rescuer Ben struggle to survive tons of falling debris. "Adventurous," and "you've got me perspiring!"
"Price of the Child"
Jake rescues an injured boy off the sheer face of Black Mountain. For social worker Helen Beecher, Jake's quiet heroism moves her heart as no other case ever has. "Unique," and "poetic."
- The mountains of California
- JoinedJanuary 28, 2013