Today, I'm happy living in the unincorporated sandpine scrub between Cassia and Paisley, in Central Florida. You might have trouble finding me out here, but I can be seen running barefoot along the roads or watching the black bears that live around here. I also enjoy travelling, snorkeling, hiking, vegetarian food, and spending time with my beautiful wife and four dachshunds.
Of course, I also love to read. I was the nerdy kid who read every book in the library. I was also very fond of entomology and made a habit of returning home with every insect I could get my hands on. Luckily, as an adult, I still pursue both of these interests.
The Olivia Brophie series is well on its way. Join the growing number of fans now so you can say you were there in the early years!
Worlds Around Us is an eighty-page curriculum that blends language arts and science lessons for teaching Olivia Brophie and the Pearl of Tagelus in your 3-6th grade classroom. There are plenty of contributions from scientists and teachers from all over the world.
Olivia Brophie and the Sky Island, Pineapple Press 2014. The award-winning Olivia Brophie series continues. One hundreds more pages of action, science, and time travel.
Here is a scientific note I published back in 2005 in The Florida Entomologist. Behavioral Activity of Anisomorpha Buprestoides Possibly Associated with Hurricane Charley
A Little Book of Light History, poetry chapbook, Yellowjacket Press 2012
Grey and Silver: The Life Boat, The Flagler Review Spring 2012
Guide to Edible Florida, Saw Palm Spring 2012
Stairway, Washington Square Winter/Spring 2011
Dry Tortugas, The Lindenwood Review, Issue 1, 2011
In Praise of the Male Spider, Avocet, Volume XII, No 4, Summer 2010
Melissa T Photography - A great Central Florida photographer