Welcome to my blog

I have only recently seriously taken to writing. Though I wrote and managed to have a couple of books published during my life, something clicked a few years ago and now, for better or worse, I sit at my table researching and writing about things that interest me.
My wife, Annie takes care of me. She keeps me eating too well and laughing often in our old farmhouse halfway up the Blue Ridge Mountains.
And this is my blog. Please explore, comment and enjoy.


  Narrated by a rogue keeper of government secrets, this fact-based thriller begins with the death of America’s first Secretary of Defense, James Forrestal and posits he did not commit suicide but was killed for what he was about to reveal. The story follows the trail of government research past the Manhattan Project and pulls that team of famous physicists  [ Read More ]

As early as 10,000 years ago early man knew of parallel universes. Not from Quantum theoretical models but from face-to-face interaction with their denizens. Over the last thirty years television series and movies focused on the public’s thirst for inexplicable phenomena. The growing number of books devoted to works explaining everything from UFO’s to Stonehenge are testaments of continuing and  [ Read More ]

Most people feel their life is missing something.  They feel less than they could be.  There is a reason for this general unhappiness. The good news is: you can change it. Coyote Dreaming shows how civilization is out of balance and a fundamental change of mind is necessary to allow many, for the time, to understand psychological and emotional discomforts with which they  [ Read More ]

Oct 09

Longclaws

Their world is crowded with active volcanoes, sulfur and acid rains, permanent thick clouds turn day into deep twilight. It is a violent place: moment-to-moment survival is victory, every creature is constantly predator and prey, sleep is certain death. This is home to the longclaws, beings of super-human speed, strength and senses. Their predatory skills allow them only a tenuous niche  [ Read More ]