A Different Rhythm, which is a series of my travel adventures in short story format, will be available in early 2016. Keep your eyes peeled for updates. A few tasters are here for you to read.
In my twenties, I decided that I would have to do things on my own, because waiting for other people just wasn’t getting me anywhere. So I do a lot of things on my own. I love being alone in Nature. That’s one of the reasons I like the United States – there is still plenty of wilderness here. I’ve done a lot of traveling on my own: Brazil, Argentina, Jordan, Egypt, Turkey, Israel, New Zealand, Australia, Thailand, Indonesia, Alaska, Hawaii, Mexico, Canada, Europe, the Caribbean. (You can read more stories about some of these places by clicking on the dropdown menu under My Travels).
In 2008 I visited the Middle East which, in spite of what we are told by the media, is a very safe place to travel. The Jordanian desert was probably the most amazing place I have ever been. The rocks sang to me, and I sang back to them. I haven’t been able to stop singing ever since I was there. I’m not trained in music at all, but my voice seems to know what how to sing, and my fingers know how to make beautiful sounds on drums and guitars. That is a wonderful thing, and I am really appreciative.