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About the Author
I am a happy middle-aged male living in Prince William County, Virginia.
I enjoy walks, movies, and live theater. I am also an avid TV watchers with many favorites (including “Criminal Minds,” “Person of Interest,” the History Channel, and reruns of “Bonanza,” the “Steve Harvey Show,” and “Martin”). I love music, to include gospel, jazz, and “old school” – and often attend the Capitol Jazz Festival.
I am active in my church, work on its website, and inside the kitchen. In the past 8 years I have also been umpiring fast-pitch softball at local schools and recreational sports centers (a true test of my patience and management skills!).
I was born and raised in Savannah, Georgia, and graduated from Windsor Forest High School, class of ’83, where I played noseguard and defensive tackle on the football team. I am a husky, graduate of University of Connecticut, located in Storrs CT.
I joined the Navy in January 1984 and retired in January 2004. While on active duty, I was stationed in Japan and in various U.S. states, including Washington, Connecticut, Florida, South Carolina and Virginia. I visited more than 20 countries on naval vessels as a Chief Quartermaster / Navigation Electronic Technician. Now back in civilian life, I’m employed in a related field as an Instructional Systems Specialist in the Northern Virginia area, developing training material.
Also, as indicated by my novel, I am living a lifelong dream of writing books for public consumption, and Ethos is just the first of many fictional and nonfiction works to come!
on Feb. 02, 2013 :
Ethos is the first book I read this year and what a treat.
Beginning with who will win the football game to praying that the police officers get their just reward. then an unforeseen twist that puts the hero and his family in harms way. The journey to find the culprics is full of suspense and adventure. The conclusion left me spellbound as I wanted more, and asking myself "now what". I anxiously await the sequel. nancy
(reviewed within a month of purchase)