I live in Arizona with my family, wife and five kids and a little dog. I write fiction, thrillers and soft sci-fi with a little short horror on the side. I’ve got an MBA and work in finance for a biotechnology firm.
I volunteer with the Boy Scouts, play and write music, and enjoy everything outdoors. I’m also a novice photographer.
Union Justice is the first in a planned series of novelette sized adventures of three cowboys who chase the James-Younger Gang through the years following the Civil War. I plan to write one adventure for every year, beginning with 1866.
In 1866, the gang of Confederate bushwhackers, then led by Archie Clement steal roughly 60k from a bank in Liberty, Missouri. The money belonged to a few former Union officials that intended to use the funds in business and politics in Missouri.
Even though the war had ended a year earlier, Clement with his group including Jesse and Frank James, Cole Younger, and others, weren’t about to concede–not when they could make a chunk of cash on the side.
You can purchase the first of these stories here.
BOOKS I’VE READ IN 2017 (In order of reading, most recent first)
Oathbringer, Brandon Sanderson
Arcanum Unbounded, Brandon Sanderson
Blackout, Edward W. Robertson
Fool Moon, Jim Butcher
Storm Front, Jim Butcher
Promise of Blood, Brian McClellan
The Hospital, Keith C. Blackmore
Well Fed, Keith Blackmore
America’s First Great Eclipse, Steve Ruskin
The Gunslinger, Stephen King
Relapse, Edward W. Robertson
Watchers, Dean Koontz
Memory Man, David Baldacci
Tier One, Brian Andrews
Hellifax, Keith C. Blackmore
Safari, Keith C. Blackmore
Captives, Edward W. Robertson
Navigating Legal Landmines, Nancy Greene
Mountain Man, Keith C. Blackmore
Hell Divers, Nicholas Sansbury Smith
Pushing Brilliance, Tim Tigner
The Chemist, Stephenie Meyer
Cut Off, Edward W. Robertson
Warrior, Sean Golden