An American writer of both fiction and nonfiction, he could be most widely known for his period travel-themed Alex Balfour series. His nonfiction works consist of Proust’s Last Ale and Aged Dog’s Guidebook for Pups. He graduated from Western Virginia College or university and subsequently worked well in Washington, D.C. as an illustrator and professional photographer. He cannot look for a publisher for his 1st six books. In 1985, he finally released a book entitled TIME UPON TIME. He was created in Pa, and he was raised in Western Virginia. He wedded Sherry Conway Appel. The name of his 1982 nonfiction publication, Proust’s Last Ale: A BRIEF HISTORY of Inquisitive Demises, was influenced from the renowned French article writer, Marcel Proust.
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