I was born in Rhode Island in 1953. I've held many jobs in my lifetime including, but not limited to, carpenter, shipbuilder, hypnotherapist, energy therapist, author, father.
I'm the author of over 1,000 articles online and I write under several pen names, including Bill Hart. The subject matter for my books range from self help and the paranormal to horse racing, nature stories, and short fiction.
My latest book, "Lacey Blue and Friends, a Greyhound Story," is a romantic adventure story about a greyhound and the people who befriend her. It's an inspirational story about a little dog with a big heart with strong women characters. It's what used to be called a "family story," back in the days of Lassie, when the whole family would gather in front of the television once a week to watch a Disney classic they could all enjoy. It is meant to be a story that a girl and her mom could both read and discuss.
All my books are available on Kindle where I'm planning to publish short fiction as well, starting with the short story, "To Light a Fire." "To Light a Fire," has strong language and is meant for an adult readership. It portrays two homeless men who are on the edge as they struggle to survive on the streets of Bangor Maine.