I’ve been writing my whole life, beginning with stories I told myself before falling asleep, fine-tuning them night after night. When I was 10, I borrowed my parents’ old manual typewriter and, using scratchy math paper from school, put my first story down on paper—a tale of Bigfoot, me, and the Bay City Rollers.
Over the years, my stories have changed but the basic process is the same: I get an idea, I think about it night after night, and then I write it down. One of those stories turned into a novel, Damaged Goods.
I keep writing. I hope you enjoy my words.
Photo by Stu Rosner