He grew up in California, leading a normal existence except for being a film student. When it became clear to him that his life in America was going nowhere, he left.
Months of European travel, mixed with periods settled in Berlin, Frankfurt, and London followed. After three years of living as a semi-vagabond, he married and settled in Northern England.
He worked in publishing, graphic arts, and IT, but none of them were fulfilling, rather ways of paying the mortgage.
Blessed with two daughters, after 15 years of marriage, his wife succumbed to cancer.
In March 2009, fed up with telling people to restart their PCs fifty times a day, he packed in his job as a network manager. His new career became part-time writer and part-time dad/housekeeper.
Now remarried, he continues to pursue his calling as a writer.
His experiences on the road form the basis for many scenes from his first novel, Wanderlove.
Copout, Mr Cline’s 2013 novel, is a thought-provoking police thriller about a detective who works out the clues to his cases in his dreams.
His newest book, Send Him Victorious, is an amazing epic thriller about what would happen if today’s kings and queens ruled with absolute authority as in the past. How would it affect his or her family, country, and the world? Buy and read to find out!