I write to remember, to celebrate, and to share certain treasures I have found along the road. I write to connect, to explore, and to say thank you. I write that I may, for a moment, share my eyes with you.
Backpacking across Europe when I was nineteen, I would often find myself gazing from some majestic bridge at a mesmerizing river or at the silver reflections in a puddled street beneath a distant moon and I would desperately wish for a companion to share the intense emotions evoked by these intoxicating visions. I wrote "One Autumn in Europe" as an invitation to walk with me there.
"La Via dell'Amore" relives my return to Europe many years later, accompanied by my adult daughter. This memoir combines a rediscovery of cultural wonders with intimate reflections on attempts to repair a wounded relationship.
My third memoir is "The Year of the Wind." This story explores the whirlwind reality of a young man who believes he has heard the voice of God and abandons himself to follow it.
"Anchors of Mist," my attempt at fiction, follows the unpredictable path of an inquisitive young man whose quest for the perfect life is complicated by the fact that he has difficulty distinguishing dreams from reality.
I have also published an illustrated book of poetry: “release fireflies.”
I live with my enchanting wife and two of my three remarkable children in an old house on a small hill near Dripping Springs, Texas. I am thankful for every reader who takes an interest in my work.