Born and raised in Charlotte, North Carolina, I attended the public school system as a proud Myers Park Eagle, Carmel Cougar and South Meck Sabre. I had many great teachers along the way, to whom I owe eternal thanks.
Then I packed up and headed to Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, NC. When they finally handed me a degree — a B.A. in History, the most practical of all undergraduate studies — I moved to DC, and three fun years later, enrolled at The George Washington University School of Law in Foggy Bottom. Upon graduating from law school, I felt the siren call of home and returned to Charlotte, dragging my Boston-bred fiancé along with me.
After three long years working as a litigation attorney, I abandoned the trade to co-write the Virals series. This is not a decision I regret. I continue to live in Charlotte with my beautiful wife, Emily, my mischievous son, Henry, and my baby daughter, Alice. We also have a playful pit bull mix named Soldier, and two ferocious cats, Fenway and Wrigley. It’s a full house. No complaints. I’m currently working on the fifth book in the Virals series, and it’s going well. I plan to keep on writing novels until they drag me kicking and screaming from my desk.
Or they let me direct Virals: The Movie. Fingers crossed.