• I write spiritual books, children’s’ books, and business books.

    I write for love
    Much of my writing is for love. For example, my children’s book The Monster on Top of the Bed was written because I wanted a way to pass on my strongest beliefs and values to a grandchild, just in case I should pass away before my daughter got pregnant and had a child.
    Now that I have a granddaughter, I’m writing a number of picture book manuscripts. I’ll be posting many of these for feedback, and I will appreciate any and all constructive comments.
    I write to make sense of life

    I write many poems, plays, short stories and books without being concerned about making money from them because they help me to make sense of life. Two examples are Relax, Rejoice & Rejuvenate, Volume I and Constructive Questions & Humorous Insights About Life. The first is a book of affirmations. The latter contains many questions that I asked myself over a period of over 20 years, the answers to which have greatly improved my life. I write for the thrill of writing

    To be perfectly honest, writing could be considered an addiction with me. True, it’s a socially accepted, even positive addition (there’s an oxymoron for you) but an addiction, At least it’s an enjoyable addiction.