The Long Game

Today I saw a post from a writer friend: I realized that a lot of my friends are these types of writers. The ones in it for life. The ones writing constantly of course, and maybe they turn some things out quickly, but they have that thing they’re working on that they’ve been nursing for … Continue reading The Long Game

Go Blue

A long long time ago, six year old boy sat down at the piano, and played some music. All his own. That same boy liked to draw, too. Now quite some time ago I graduated from the University of Michigan School of Music, Theater and Dance and the School of Art & Design, with two … Continue reading Go Blue


The hallways of the school had that bouquet of old varnished wood and the lingering scent of school lunches. If I closed my eyes, I could picture my own elementary school, closed now ten years ago. The ceilings were tall, unlike at my old school, where it felt like I had somehow tripled in size. … Continue reading Remember

No time to waste.

My cousin passed away almost two years ago. We were writing buddies, even though he lived in a different state. We actually didn’t really know each other all that well, because he lived so far away the only memories I have of him prior to recent years was once in middle school and one other … Continue reading No time to waste.

Music Box

Long ago, I was enthralled with soundscapes on tape. They were stories I loved, read by actors, and they painted a lush picture in my mind every time I listened. While writing Zōsan and Tamaishi, I always knew I would write music to go along with them. For a few weeks, Eliot requested to listen … Continue reading Music Box

Upcoming Events

April 14 — I’ll be at the Brighton Public Library from 2:00 – 4:00pm. June 22 — I’m participating in a Local Author Bookfest in Novi, at the Hilton Garden Inn 10:00am – 6:00pm Friday thru Sunday, July 12–14 — The Plymouth Art in the Park fair! Come see all the amazing booths and join us at our very own … Continue reading Upcoming Events