What do you create?
Quirky, somewhat existential suspense novels in which “ordinary” people get involved in situations way above their pay grade, often when they are far from home.
Why do you create?
I can’t seem to help it. I’m not one of these people with the voices in my head compelling me to write, nor can I say that I always love the process – it can be a real slog, and I’m a terrible procrastinator – but if I stop for too long a time, I feel unmoored. I think writing helps me make better sense of the world.
What do you consume?
Good books, good TV shows, excellent beer, fine wine when I can get it, great sushi, ditto, and travel, whenever and wherever I can.
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