Where do I start? Born and raised in St. Louis, graduated from Dartmouth in 2005 and the University of Virginia School of Law in 2008. Practiced law until 2011, when I quit to pursue my dream of writing.
I caught on as the St. Louis Rams Reporter for insideSTL.com and did some radio work for 590 AM the Fan KFNS and 1380 AM the Fan 2. As soon as the (very trying for anyone following the Rams) 2011 NFL season ended, I started writing my novels. The insideSTL gig ended in June, and since then, I have focused all of my attention on my fiction.
Other interesting stuff about me: I've forgotten how to ride a bike. I once swam so much over the course of a summer that my hair became green. I'm always fighting a three-pronged war between a paleo lifestyle and my love of wine and ice cream. And my dog, Sully, looks like a big shih tzu--he's awesome.
Feel free to email me at email@example.com, or follow me on twitter @djgelner.
A foul-mouthed, old-school baseball manager discovers that he has liver cancer, and decides to worm his way into managing a Minor League team for one more year.
Little does he know that his players are keeping secrets, some of which could shake the world of sports to its very core...
Eric has a problem with his toilet, and decides to call the new Robo Rooter service to fix it. When the new plumber arrives, he finds that the programmers may have cut some corners, to hilarious effect.