I grew up in a creaky old colonial house in Connecticut that just might’ve been haunted. As a kid, I was a choirboy in a church built in 1754. I also pounded out stories on a shiny black Remington typewriter until I sold my first magazine article at age 19.
Since then, I’ve written numerous novels, novellas, and short stories. My work has been praised by Publishers Weekly, Kirkus Reviews, RT Book Reviews, Library Journal, and Booklist.
When I’m not writing, I bike and hike the Colorado Rockies, explore ghost towns, wrench on classic cars, and play the theremin. But the whole time, I’m thinking about my next book.
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Representation: Kristin Nelson at Nelson Literary Agency