I have always liked to read and write. When I was a child, it was a secret passion. I studied math and science in school. Then when I was began reading well-known literature, my desire to write emerged.
I have written African Safari Bootcamp for Women, A Great Escape: Short Stores for Travelers, Mr. Thoreau Goes to Boston, Rivers of Words, The Quick Guide for Writing for the Web and English Usage.
The Car of the Future and Other Stories was just released and is a coming of age collection of sixteen short stories.
In the featured narrative, technology and modern values turn the world upside down as the new edges out the old and breaks the way of doing things wide open.
Clark, Jennifer, Rebecca and an international network of students design and build the “Car of the Future” that runs on “pure clean air” and flies through the sky like a bird. They must fight off a conspiracy of oil producing countries that is set on making every last dime from what has be known as “black gold”. The motley group relies on the Sequoia, a native tribe from South America, secret agents from a foreign country, and a space station refuge to assist them towards presenting their Car of the Future to mankind.
I enjoy traveling and teaching. You might find me trekking through the jungles of Africa, lazing along the shore of a verdant river in Southeast Asia, or climbing through the Himalayan Mountains on the Indian Subcontinent.