Peter's first published book, "The Chapel of Trinity College" tells the story of how an extraordinary group of men built a masterful Gothic Revival building in the depths of the Great Depression. Peter revised and updated the book for the Chapel's 75th anniversary. His popular Stinky Stories tell the fictional life of the best looking man on the planet. Reviewers have compared his writings to P.G. Wodehouse ("A barrel-ride of rip-roaring fun reminiscent of P. G. Wodehouse novels") and even Shakespeare ("Best dick poem since Sonnet 135"). Writers take what they can get, when it comes to reviews. As a notary public Peter is accustomed to charging ten dollars for his signature and was surprised to learn that authors give them away for free. "No wonder so many of us are starving," he said in a recent interview.