If you’re reading this, then thank you. I really appreciate you taking the time out of your busy day to check out this post, this site, and my work. When I was a kid, I was obsessed with the ‘choose your own adventure’ style of books and have always been open to trying new places and careers. Some people might look down on that kind of shiftlessness, but one positive is that it has given me countless stories to tell and adapt from my travels and interactions with people. I hope to take you along on my adventure as a writer, give some tips and insights along I’d gotten along the way. I’ve worked in the film industry for a long time, and I’ve noticed a lot of the principles that independent filmmakers need to use to make and promote their work and find their audiences apply to the literary industry as well.
Recently, my wife and I settled down in my home state of Massachusetts, and I’m taking the opportunity and privilege I have to work from home to jump start my career as a writer. I’ve got a few projects in the works utilizing different publishing techniques and I’m really excited to see what works well, what crashes and burns, and also to see if they distribution method elevates the work in any way. Along the way I’ll be looking for your input, suggestions, and criticisms (dangerous on the internet these days) so I can present the best versions of my work to you in the best ways it makes sense for you to receive and digest.
Keep a lookout for the following projects being released or in development:
- Saving Hitler (Short Story)
- Down and Down Under (Serialized Novel)
- Stoneheart (In Progress – Format Undetermined)
- My Dear Watson (Novel in Progress)
- The Bat of Gotham (Comic Book Script)