At one point in his life he believed that his debut novel RISE OF THE PENGUINS would win the Pulitzer prize for best penguin fiction. Then he discovered there was no such category. Undeterred, he continued to write stories about penguins.
He often basks in the praise of readers and critics alike; and relishes such comments like, "Yeah, it was pretty good." and "You write books?" and "So how many books have you sold?" and "You do this for a living? I thought my job sucked. At least I get a paycheck."
A lifelong fan of SciFi and fantasy, his earliest memories were that of . . . [ read more ]
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