Michael began writing in the 80's while with the Air Force and worked with N.A.T.O. as a liaison to the Belgian Air Force. He graduated from Kennesaw State U., GA. He wrote a short story for the KSU rag "Share" and other stories about adventures. In the 1990's, Michael studied screenwriting and his short story, "The Camera" made Creative Screenwriting's top 100 contest list; that story is, now, an eBook and in paperback.
Michael writes fiction about gay romance, adventure, action, espionage, and comedy.
His latest eBook (s), "21 Windows" has to do with a home he went to years ago and decided it was time to tell the tale about the haunting. "Three Fools for Spies" is a story about travel, spies, and adventure; three friends take a trip to Europe and end up in a dark web of espionage with funny twists.
"The Camera", evolved out of a trip to Verdun, France where World War One devastated the landscape and the people. "The Camera" is about a priest who has a camera and takes pictures of the dead and dying in World War One. He's got to decide where his love lies, with Christ or a woman, Sophie, while at the front in Verdun, 1916.
He wrote "McKinney Sweetlock and The Revolt Against the New World Soldier". McKinney's southern twang and slang make him an interesting and evocative character. Against deadly odds, McKinney takes a boy back to a place called Eternity so that the boy can save his people from the nuclear devastation.