"The Courts of Garrowville" is my first published novel. If you have read my book, I sincerely thank you for doing so. I hope that you enjoyed it. I wrote the book for the primary purpose of portraying in an entertaining way, the power that the court of public opinion has to potentially destroy the lives of innocent people. I have always believed firmly in the concept of “innocent until proven guilty” and I believe that this concept should be applied in the court of public opinion as it is in the more official criminal justice system.
“The Wrong Man From Willingham” is my second published novel. This book is the same genre as my first book, but is not a sequel. This book will also contain legal and courtroom drama and, although it is a work of fiction, it delves into some of the injustices inherent within our justice system in the United States.
I have also written a short story called, “A Better Place.” This fictional story is about a Nazi officer during WWII who learns from unexpected time travel experiences that it is not the hatred and elimination of those different from oneself that makes the world a better place, but rather, it is friendship and tolerance among all people that makes the world a better place.
Here is the link to this powerful story with an important societal message:
"A Better Place"
Throughout my life, I have been an avid reader. I remember as a kid, reading all of the Hardy Boys books, which is what I attribute to turning me on to reading, and more specifically, to mysteries. I particularly enjoy “Who Dun It” type crime mysteries, which is in part why I made my first book a “Who Dun It” mystery.
As I entered my teen years, I started reading books written by Dean R. Koontz and Stephen King, two of my favorite authors. Later on I became a big fan of John Grisham and I found that I love books with courtroom and legal drama. Accordingly, I decided that “The Courts of Garrowville” would also contain these attributes.
In addition to the authors mentioned above, I enjoy reading books by James Patterson, Harlan Coben, and Lee Child. I highly recommend all of these authors.
If you have written or are writing a book, I would like to recommend that you consider using First Edition Design Publishing, Inc. Debi Gordon and her team are very friendly and professional, and I had a great experience working with them to get my books published. Please see my recommendations tab for a link to this publishing company.
In addition to writing novels and short stories, I write for the sports section of “Nostalgic America Magazine.” I have always enjoyed sports, history, and nostalgia, and as such, this is a perfect magazine for me. It is distributed in hard copies throughout South Florida, but can also be accessed on-line. Please see my recommendations tab for a link to the magazine’s website. If you enjoy seeing and reading about many photographs from the history of television, movies, sports, and general American nostalgia, then I recommend this magazine for you.
When not writing, I work as an accountant for CBIZ MHM, LLC, one of the largest accounting providers in the United States. If you or your business has any accounting, tax, or other professional needs, I recommend that you consider this firm. CBIZ MHM, LLC has offices in many locations throughout the nation. Please see my recommendations tab for links to this firm.
I am originally from New York, and I currently reside in Florida with my wife Heather. Heather and I are the proud aunt and uncle of eight wonderful nieces and nephews: Rachel, Zach, Carly, Emily, Jared, Maxwell, Jackson, and Elle. Each of our nieces and nephews have been honored by having a character named after them in "The Wrong Man From Willingham."