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Born in Oklahoma, I've spent most of my life in Kansas, with brief stints in Florida and Japan. (I was just following the sushi.) I'm back to Kansas now, where I live in a house of chaos with two naked cats and two boxers.

My novels, Last Will and Lie Lay Lain, are published by Stairway Press.

You can also check out my short story publications here.



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Last Will
4.0 of 5 stars 4.00 avg rating — 53 ratings — published 2012 — 3 editions
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Lie Lay Lain
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I keep seeing people posting images in support of net neutrality, but beyond making people more aware that big money interests are trying to create fast and slow lanes on the internet, those images don’t do much to stop it from happening.


What can you, as a lone private citizen, do to protect net neutrality? The answer is surprisingly easy. You can tell the FCC that you want net neutrality. Cour...

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