I've been heavily involved in the arts, in one form or another, since I was a child. I worked in theater and music for many years until epilepsy and poor market made both next to impossible. That's when I devoted all of my creative time to writing
My first two novels, Common Knowledge and its sequel Macy's Day can be found here on Smashwords. They are the first of four books which I affectionately call the Alexandria series. I have also published a short story on this site entitled Dirty Soapie which is free. Currently, I am editing another novel which is unrelated to the Alexandria series and fighting with a play that I'm still trying to hammer into existance. I also just finished editing a rather erotic work of nonfiction for a friend about the BDSM community along side Julie Fisher, a novelist and screenwriter.
I have never tried to write "the great American novel." I've only intended to entertain people. I refer to my books as "on" books. They're ideal for reading on the beach, on a plane, on the toilet... Be prepared though, the characters are often quite foul mouthed and have many bad habits, even if they are inherently good people.
Since writing Common Knowledge and Macy's Day I joined, and now lead, the MUrfreesboro Writers Group. It has improved my craft exponentially and in ways I can't even begin to express.
Hmm... Ideally, that's not true. But...whatever. The next thing on here is going to be much better and it's because of some truely great people that I meet and work with on a regular basis.
That's it for now, I hope you enjoy what you read.