That's me right there. No, t there. I'm over there at the end of the sentence. You see? That is my whole problem. I'm just that little spec at the end of a line that everyone brushes past. Sure, on occasion I might get decorated if someone is extremely excited, or if they have a question. Beyond that, I'm thing more than a plain old dot. Well, I'm tired of just being a dot. I want to get out and be something more! It's time that I went out in search of a higher purpose in life. So, if you don't see me at the end of this sentence, you'll at least kw where I've gone
I am the author of several published books and short stories in the Los Angeles Times. I have been writing for over 13 years, and have won the Reader's Choice Award for story of the year from the LA Times for some of my works. I enjoy writing in many different genres and content styles. Apart from being an author and writer, I am the father to three wonderful children, husband to an amazing wife and am an avid golfer and cook.