Welcome readers! Let me introduce myself:
My writing career began many years ago when I forced my patient and supportive mother to listen to stories about dogs, squirrels and such, sometimes accompanied by whistling or ukelele strumming for the background score.
I studied journalism at the University of Florida and later University of Georgia, and wrote for daily and weekly newspapers. When I moved into public relations and corporate communications, my personal storytelling had to linger in the background. And then it came roaring to the forefront when Sharavogue was ready to come to life.
It took nearly nine years to complete this book. I visited both Ireland and the West Indies, read biographies and white papers, maps, archaeological and anthropological studies until all the threads of the story came together as a whole.
After many years working professionally in Seattle, I’ve returned to my home state of Florida to research and write a prequel and sequel. I hope you will like Sharavogue, and please keep an eye out for the new ones when published.
With warm regards,