I was born in Bremerton, Washington, then a small town, now a small city on Puget Sound. Though, not flawless or virtuous, Bremerton had a simple innocence then, that many of us miss today. Business moved at a congenial pace. Families lived on a single income. Teens stayed in school. The streets were safe all night long. Like much of small town America we may have lacked sophistication, but we didn’t seem dismayed over it.
Following graduation from Bremerton High, I enrolled at the University of Washington. and after four blithesome years I left with a bachelor of science degree.
For most of my “career” years my writing consisted of nothing more than business letters and Christmas card notes. But then, prompted by the emotions that followed my wife’s death, I began writing sentimental little verses. It was a way of saying goodbye I guess. From there I found my muse, or she found me.
Anyway, I hope you enjoy my books. “Lotto” should be in all the major book stores in January. “Sunstar” will follow several months later.