Author has written 7 stories for General, Humor, Love, Horror, and Sci-Fi.
I like walks on the beach, thunder storms (boy, do I love watching lightning and listening to the thunder. I was in Oklahoma during a huge storm when I was 11, sitting on the car with my cousin, and watching the storm. It was dangerous. I wouldn't recommend it, but it was so awesome.) I also like coffee, singing, making up weird things to say just for the sake of saying them, and acting.
I come from a line of nerds, Sci-fi geeks, Trekkers, and goof-offs.
Fantasy has always been my favorite genre to read and write about. Ever since I saw Star Wars for the first time when I was 5 or 6, I fell in love with fantasy --as well as Luke Skywalker. :)
My greatest work, Itara: Son of C'resth, is the first book in the "Itara Trilogy" --an original novel that has been picked up by Black Rose Writing. Believe it or not, 1/4 of my life has been devoted to developing the world of Itara. The idea struck me as daydreams when I was 15.
"And it came to pass..." (Read on repeat, and you have the bible.)
"I said something cool once, but I forget what it was." --Dan Westerman
"I am the Little Black Ninja!" --Scott Beason
"It's a cruton comma. It's pretty, but you don't need that many. Don't over decorate the salad." --Ray Garcia (Mentor/Beta)
"Life is like a box 'a... oo, chocolates!" --Me
"Never put three water signs together and expect them to make a decision." --Ray Garcia
"What do birds think about when they fly?" --Drew.
"Trekkers have never had a nerd in their ranks quite like you." --Me to my brother.
"Sportin' goods store! I use 'ta own a sportin' goods store! In Long Island!" --Jeff. (r.i.p my friend.)
"You take care of yourself, all right?" --Jonathan Brandis
"It's not what you cover, it's what you uncover." --Walter Lewin. Physics Prof. at MIT
"It seems the older I get, the more Canadians I meet." --Me
"Soon I'll grow up and I won't even flinch at your name." --Alanis Morissettee. "Flinch"
"Once, when I was young,
Ev'ryone called me gifted
And words flowed simply.
Now I have to work,
Each new word a paradox.
What gift then, is this?"
--R. E. Ellison
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