I am an author, freelance writer and magazine editor who lives in Prince Edward Island, Canada. Since graduating from the journalism program at Holland College in Charlottetown, PEI, in 2006, I have written for several publications including The Atlantic Catholic Magazine, Vermilion and Area Voice (Alberta), The Eastern Graphic (PEI), G! Magazine and the Interim Magazine from Toronto. Since 2008, I have been writing for Canadian Firearms Journal and served as editor for the national publication from April 2014 to May 2015 . Additionally, I review plays for the Buzz Magazine in Charlottetown. In 2011, I published my first novel, Unforeseen Fury. On December 31, 2015, I released my third novel, When the Guns Were Turned On Us.
Do you remember the first story you ever wrote?
I do fondly. I started getting interested in writing when I was around 12 years old. Growing up, I loved reading stories of adventure and action. This desire followed me through junior high and high school. I always knew I wanted to do some professional writing. This interest led me into journalism and then to writing novels. My first novel, Unforeseen Fury, was published in 2011. I have just recently published my second novel, Summer of Fear.
What is your writing process?
I try to write for at least two hours a day. I spend at least an hour researching topics that are included in my stories.
A horrifying global conflict ravages the planet. The world economy has collapsed, leaving a firestorm of fear and anarchy in its wake. The once free nations of the United States and Canada have been merged into a nightmarish totalitarian North American Empire.
Antonio Guardini, a hard-edged though tactful New York police detective, devout Catholic and prolife activist, must put his personal beliefs aside as he hunts down a cunning assassin who is murdering abortion doctors.
I Am: Emptiness
on June 17, 2015
Chilling, Unique Read
‘I Am Emptiness’ is one of the most interesting fiction novels I have picked up in quite a long time. The tone of the story is quite unsettling at times and also dark. I enjoyed getting to know the main characters, particularly Robert, Emma and Miriam. The author’s sense of description is impeccable, as is his ability to use the English language. Overall, ‘I Am Emptiness’ is an outstanding book. I enjoyed it from beginning to end. If you have time, pick it up. You won’t be disappointed.