I've wanted to be a writer since I was five years old, but I went to medical school first.
Now I'm an emergency doctor with two kids and a new medical mystery, Terminally Ill, which Publishers Weekly calls "entertaining and insightful."
I've been published in Nature, The Dragon and the Stars, Indian Country Noir, Weird Tales, and lots of other fine venues. I'm a winner of the Aurora Award, Innermoonlit Award, and Writers of the Future. Publishers Weekly hailed my short story, Indian Time, as "impressive" and "moving."
But the most exciting thing about the indie publishing revolution is connecting with readers around the world.
One last special request. Word of mouth is crucial for any author to succeed. If you enjoyed my book, please consider leaving a review. Even it's only a line or two, it makes all the difference, and would be very much appreciated. Thank you!