Jeffrey is an accomplished author; his articles have appeared in major newspapers and magazines. In 1991, at the height of his eating disorder and at the end of his rope, he sought inpatient treatment for his situation. This, in addition to years of therapy produced successful results. It is all documented in his book "Hope Beyond Hell: A Recovering Compulsive Eater's Journey."
Jeffrey is an accomplished genealogist; his hobbies include photography and caring for his vast vinyl record collection.
When did you first start writing?
I've been writing since I can remember; bits of odd poems and short stories.
What's the story behind your latest book?
It details the development and recovery from food addiction.
On November 7th, 1919 Bartow Grover Nix was hanged for a double murder in Columbus, Georgia...questions continue concerning the prosecution of the case...was it done properly; was Nix even sane. Nearly a century later, Bartow's great nephew reviewed the case with fresh eyes...what he found led to a compelling tale...of the nature of southern justice...in the early 20th century.