Many of my books are science fiction and don’t include steam punk, fantasy, time travel, magic, elves or faeries.
As a naval and military history buff, I also have written several books that feature warships, aircraft, airships, spacecraft, and military action.
A recovering engineer, I discovered the net early. I spend a few hours each morning keeping a finger on current events, technologies, human relations, and the body politic. I became interested in Prepping during the Y2K period, and follow the survival industry, and alternate energy technologies. Using that background, I have written several Post-Apocalyptic books.
Several of my books contain adult situations and content, because real adults, when thrown together by stressful events, will have adult relationships, I show some of my characters experiencing them.
I have a wide range of life experiences that contribute to my knowledge base and interests. They include: I dug ditches for a plumber, and loaded bread trucks in High School. The Navy educated me in electronics and I worked on radar systems. Afterward, I continued working in electronics for the defense industry, just as the Navy was transitioning to digital computers. That experience led me into a 30+ year career in the welding automation industry as an engineer, exec, and CEO.
A mild heart attack shifted my priorities, and I spent the next several years running a charter boat in North Carolina. I would take families out and teach the kids how to fish, while telling them stories about the pirates and blockade runners who were in the area.
I published my first book, BB-39 in 2012 after finally retiring for the fourth time. I still produce two or three books a year. My eyes and knees are shot. But any day I can get vertical is a good day.
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