I was born and raised in the Hill Country of Texas and worked in various media outlets including radio, television and newspapers. I served in news director positions in both radio and television and as a slot editor for the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal while attending graduate school at Texas Tech University.
Learning to fly at fourteen, I has spent most of my adult life in Alaska and as a “bush” pilot has accumulated thousands of hours of backcountry flying experience. My first children’s book, Pasel and the Forbidden Garden, won the NABE Winter 2021Award for best juvenile fiction. Additional Pasel Rabbit stories for children are planned in the near future. I also have out Journey Through The Rift, and The Stalking Wolf.
I live with my wife, Tracy, in a remote off-the-grid cabin in bush Alaska. Their nearest neighbors are two bald eagles, George and Gracie, who raise their eaglets in a massive nest fifty yards south of their cabin. Snowmachine and boat, seasonally, are their only mode of transportation to the cabin.
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