I write historical fiction and stories about dogs. My stories appear in various publications, and I've been fortunate to receive awards for my work.

I approach each writing project with a critical review process and ask myself three questions: Are the facts correct? Does the story move me? Is the story interesting? Whether I'm uncovering historical facts or telling a heartwarming story about a dog, these questions help me ensure that my writing is accurate, engaging, and impactful.
My childhood was unique. I was born in Meriden, Connecticut, and later graduated from Bitburg High School in Germany, which was an exciting experience. After graduating from the University of Oklahoma, I worked as an Intelligence Analyst for the government. This fascinating job taught me a lot about critical thinking and complex analysis.

I taught Computer Mapping and US History for over two decades as an adjunct professor at various universities. My classes included the Civil War, Westward Expansion, and Oklahoma Indian Territories.

Apart from my professional life, I have diverse interests and experiences. One of my hobbies is training and judging dogs for Scent Work, which is challenging and rewarding.​

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