I've been a longtime fan of Hitchcock films and just about any thriller suspense novel that I can get my hands on. Ebooks are great, but I still like the feel of a book in my hands and the smell of the pages. Not to mention black and white films. Yep. I'm old school. As a matter of fact, the story you are about to read was written entirely in black and white.
In 2012 I was the recipient of the Grand Prize Award for my short story, The Agency, at Hubpages Patron of the Arts Contest. Since that time, I have written seven short stories and one novel. The genres of these stories are science fiction, paranormal, thriller suspense, and humor.
As an indie-author, my one novel, The Attic Piranhas was published at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, along with other ebook outlets. I'm currently working on a novella, it's a techno thriller titled, New Flesh on Old Bones. My future plans are to keep writing, work harder, get better at the craft, continue to make contacts with people in the business of writing, and getting back to the roots of traditional publishing.
Before perfecting the art of pecking away at the keyboard with two fingers, I worked in the corporate world, but decided to leave and do what I was meant to do. I've been broke and eating Ramen Noodles ever since (yuck to both), but it's been worth it.