Born in 1982. I was adopted by the only people who I consider my parents, and raised in a small town in Calallen, Tx. At 12 my father was able to get a promotion and we moved to San Antonio Tx, which is where I finished high school. I spent the next 10 years bouncing around Texas, from College Station to Corpus Christi.

I finally set my feet back in San Antonio. I started working for a large property and casualty insurance company, contemplating settling into the office life. After 7 years I started to get an itch that there was something better out there for me.

My whole life I had a large imagination. I would dream up stories and settings, where I would normally be the lead, or at least be looking through their eyes. Playing video games was a normalcy for the escape into some uncharted and untold world where adventure awaited.

It wasn’t till I met my wife in July 2011 that I really started to contemplate what I wanted to do with my life. She was able to show me how happy I could be just by coming into my life, so I figured that I could, and should, do that for my professional life.

I started to read more. I had been a visual entertainment consumer for much of my life, even though most of my gaming consisted of role playing games that have a heavy text base nature. Not having the visual feedback was a different feel. I liked it.

After reading Quitter by Jon Acuff and 48 Days to the Work You Love by Dan Miller I started contemplating what made me happy and what how I might be able to turn that into a career. In August of 2012 I had a long conversation with my wife, who was supportive, and I started to write.

Cypher Theorem: The Zero Class was finished and self published on October 5th of 2013, and more to come.

I currently still live in the greater San Antonio area with my wife Christine, two cats, and daughter Vivian. When there is spare time or non-writing time I am playing video games, spending time with my family, or reading a new adventure from another author.


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