I’m a prairie boy. Well, maybe not a boy, exactly. Okay, I’m fairly old, but I’ve lived my entire life on the Canadian prairies (when I wasn’t traveling the world in my various employments). Maturity is one of many things I try to bring to my writing, along with a wry sense of humor and a very wide range of life experiences. I am a university graduate with degrees in Liberal Arts and Law. I was a corporate lawyer for 25 years, but don’t tell anyone. More importantly, since my early retirement, I have been a television producer, a wild life organization director, a stump rancher, a part-time cowboy, an auctioneer, a livestock feed salesman and, of course, I have been writing (something I’ve always done). My fiction, according to at least one professional reviewer, is literary, but not pretentiously so. If you were to ask me what kind of writer I am, I’d simply say I’m a storyteller. I live in a cottage on a lake with my wife, Jenine, and our two dogs.