This page is under construction...or, as one of my professors might have said, under deconstruction...
I won't say that science fiction is "my life," but it is a large part of who I am. Many writers claim that writing - good writing - requires a huge chunk of one's time. I have to agree. I can't say writing is easy - it remains one of the hardest things I do. Just when I start feeling comfortable, I figure out what I need to improve, and the learning curve grows steeper all over again. I can't say I mind - makes life more interesting, that's for sure.
That's not to say I don't make progress. I just finished my first book length manuscript. It's still a draft in progress, but if you'd like to read more about it, click here.
Or you can read some thoughts on why I write fiction. The essay started out as my way of celebrating the completion of the above-mentioned manuscript, but, like most written works, took on a life of its own. (My Version of) The Truth Behind Fiction
There's no good reason to put it here, but I haven't created my "travel" page yet. So, for the brave, how I spent my vacation Lost in Europe 2005.
And, at the risk of making the "science fiction" page even more crowded, why not include about as much politics as you can get from a soldier? The Price of Ignorance: Education in the Modern United States. It's a little long for an essay, but it presents one perspective on why education is so important in this day and age.