I've always had a passion for history, art, and writing. As a young boy, I often searched for "treasures", excited in the discovery of something old and interesting. I also loved to draw and write. Even at the tender age of eight or nine, I was writing short stories and then doing the illustrations to accompany them. I love to create, whether it be with my hands, through art and photography, or with the written word. I don't place much distinction between the different media. All are just ways to bring your thoughts and ideas to life, to share with others what you like to create.
What are you working on next?
Well, I've begun work on The Hand of God's sequel, titled New Dominion, and have a few ideas for a possible third book after that. I have a couple other irons in the fire at the moment, so to speak, including one book I'm really excited about, tentatively titled Cryptid, which is a bit of a departure from my other works.
What is the greatest joy of writing for you?
In being able to show others what's rattling around in this old brain of mine. I also like to express myself in the visual arts, but oftentimes, that medium is unsatisfactory for what I want to impart to others.
With the discovery the radioactive element Luciferium, the Confederacy begins to turn the tables on the Union in their effort to win the Civil War. Can the Union fight back in time to stop the South from using their new secret weapon, The Hand of God?