It was hard to cope with. I found peace and joy in reading and writing. So I wrote songs, poems and short stories. I wrote stories about the Heavens, in which I invited my abusers into, and allowed them to redeem themselves by becoming my friends.
Every Sunday night, my father would give me a book to read in exchange for ice cream the following Saturday—if I finished. I never missed a Saturday. (Okay, okay! I would skip a couple of pages, sometime chapters, just so I could get to the end.) And yes, I still keep that practice today. If I don’t finish reading a book by Saturday, I don’t get ice cream.
I wanted to study Literature, instead my folks insisted on Information Technology, something I am not fond of. So I bitterly went and got it over with. I worked as Bilingual IT for twenty years. But my heart has always been about writing. I have written several books and am about to release one every year. Your support is much appreciated.
I love reading; I love writing. I enjoy experimenting with nuance and language. I studied Creative Writing at Sheridan College in Oakville.
I write mostly about the emotional crises that people face each day, so my readers can easily identify with the characters. All of my books are character-driven, and all take place in, or have to do with the Heavens. I write about time, love, forgiveness, family, greed, betrayal, death, and redemption. I trust and hope that my stories will entertain you and inspire you to be the best you can be.