I am an experienced journalist who has also worked as an editor and writer at the Savannah Morning News, Salt Lake Tribune, USA Today, Stars and Stripes, and The Motley Fool.
I spent the first half of my career in sports journalism, but in recent years have switched to writing about my other passion, stocks, particularly healthcare, real estate and consumer staples stocks.
I've won numerous journalism awards from the Associated Press and state press associations and have been a judge for the Georgia Sportswriters Association.
I've written one non-fiction book, Just One More Time, about Georgia Southern football, and am in the process of working on my first novel, with a working title of Murder, Well-Done.
When not writing or editing, I'm either running in local 5Ks or 10Ks or driving my 1979 MG Midget with other like-minded classic British car lovers in Savannah.
I grew up in a newspaper family, as my father worked for the Rocky Mountain News and my mother for the Denver Post. My uncle was an editor for the Philadelphia Bulletin and the National Catholic Register.
I studied English at Villanova University and Mass Communications at the University of South Florida.