Fourteen months after I published A Song for Somme, I have published it’s sequel, though the drafting of this project all began sixteen months ago. While I had originally told myself that I really didn’t want to write another book, let alone a sequel, I knew that this story had to be told. With the … More Meet St Ives Memory
I’m certain there is magic in the U.K, the kind that transports you to centuries ago. I am sure that the same can be said of many countries in Europe and around the world, which is why I think one should travel. When you walk the streets, it feels as though you’ve transported from the … More Photo gallery: Autumn in London.
I live in one of the most touristy destinations in America, where the Hollywood dream allures people of all sorts and kinds. Meanwhile, I’m stuck on the 110 headed into Downtown L.A. wondering when will I ever get used to L.A. traffic. Ten years ago, my family and I piled in our car and took … More #CharmInLosAngeles, Blue Bottle at Bradbury
What is your book about? Is it about music? What is Somme? We all have questions before buying a book and through this post, I hope to answer a few that have been sent my way since the release of A Song for Somme. While I don’t expect everyone I know to read this book, … More A Song for Somme: Sneak Preview
On Friday, I had the wonderful opportunity to talk about my second book, A Song for Somme, with Kaitlin Lopez, host of The Word of Their Testimony for KUCI 88.9FM in Orange County. I shared a little bit about the inspiration behind the book, and some hidden treasures that will exclusively only be found in this … More Podcast: Exclusive Interview on A Song for Somme
As one who is an avid book reader, I know the process of what it looks like on deciding whether or not to purchase a book. Opening the first pages of the book, you read the opening chapter and if the writing style or first chapter doesn’t capture your attention, you place the book back … More A First Look at A Song for Somme.