My nonfiction work fits into two broad categories, technical writing, mainly about wireless technology, and health writing, mainly about orthopedic topics. You might be scratching your head about these wildly different areas, so let me explain. The technical writing came first. That's my main "day job," where I work with local companies in Silicon Valley. I started writing about orthopedic topics because I was treated for hip dysplasia as a baby, and was surprised to find that there were no books in print about this topic. So I wrote The Parents' Guide to Hip Dysplasia. It took a long time, but I was and am happy with the outcome. I found that I really like writing about children's health topics. I've been doing that ever since.
On the fiction side, I've mostly written short stories. My latest short story is "The Now," which is a in the Doorways to Extra Time anthology from Spencer Hill Press. You can also find my story "Mixology" in the Year's End anthology from Untreed Reads. When writing short stories, I like to explore concepts in contemporary, realistic settings.
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