I am a retired minister who is now working full time at writing. My first novel "Memory Theft" was based on my own experience of losing my wife very suddenly to a burst brain aneurysm. The story idea came to me a year and a half later in the form of a question: "what would you do if someone made an allegation of wrong doing against her now?" This intriguing questions led me to my character John Jurgen who's receiving threatening letters from a collection agency. They claim his wife was addicted to gambling and left him a huge debt. He doesn't really know what to do and so he sets out to disprove their claim and finds there is more to it and than he first thought. I am now working on a second novel. I have had some devotional articles published, but I seem to enjoy writing fiction more than anything.