I grew up in the small town of Danby, VT for the first 18 years of my life,and joined the U.S. Army as a cavalry scout in 1999 and returned home in 2002 with several medals of good service.
After the service I embarked on a rodeo career after I was able to walk again from injuries sustained in battle, and became a Pro and Amateur Bull Rider and a Bareback Rider.
I have since retired the rodeo although you still find me behind the chutes with the younger guys to lend a helping hand.
I began writing at the age of 13 , back then it was just something to channel my thoughts, but in 2010, I decided to do something with my writing, self-publishing my first book. In 2011 I followed Pages Full of memories with a book of short stories co-written by 8 of my rodeo pals about our wrecks and rides in the rodeo.
I have achieved a Editor’s Choice award in Poetry, and I plan to continue my writing. I am a Western Genre, Fiction and Historical Fiction writer, with my first novel in the works called Laramie’s Thunder.
The stories within our first thrilling novel in the Pseudoverse Series are fused with futuristic technology and genetic engineering running parallel with each other inside Cobalt until the very end. The American citizens and the military are subjugated becoming complacent by an unseen threat. Could this be a virus, biological agent, or worse, mind-control? The entire Pseudoverse Series lays out ho
Letters from the Grave is a compilation of letters from outlaws of the Old west, writing a letter back to their killer, enemies, and foes. In these letters we tell a mystery, and pose the question, if these outlaws were alive and could write a letter to anyone, what would they say.