The fact that my first Kahuna novel was actually completed and published is a miracle. Though I have a borderline unhealthy love for the written word and have spent much of my life putting pen to paper and fingertips to keyboard, writing a novel remained firmly on the Someday list. I’m still gobsmacked it’s finished.

The idea for Kahuna germinated over twenty years ago. Back then, there was no fantasy element, just the escapades of a service plumber. Given that my favorite genre is fantasy, I suppose it was inevitable that Vox would find himself running from a gronkolux, doing battle with a zarq, and operating his company out of a strip club.

While I’ve never personally experienced the first two events, my gentlemen’s club exploits are legendary. One time I even jumped up on stage in Atlanta and started disrobing—yet another time Rumple Minz made me her plaything. One day if we ever find ourselves drinking beers together and shooting the shit, I’ll tell you about it.

Writing the book has been the most enjoyable experience of my life. Every night, I wish to wake up the next morning in the world of Vox, Valentina, the Goat, Duncan, Achilles, and all the rest. If I disappear suddenly, you’ll know where I’ve gone.

Vol.1-Tampa Bay is only the beginning; there will be nine other books in the series. Kahuna would not have been possible without my son, Dillon. Not only is he a terrific editor, but he is also the Kahuna Loremaster. Kahuna is his just as much as it is mine.

The fact that my first Kahuna novel was actually completed and published is a miracle. Though I have a borderline unhealthy love for the written word and have spent much of my life putting pen to paper and fingertips to keyboard, writing a novel remained firmly on the Someday list. I’m still gobsmacked it’s finished.

The idea for Kahuna germinated over twenty years ago. Back then, there was no fantasy element, just the escapades of a service plumber. Given that my favorite genre is fantasy, I suppose it was inevitable that Vox would find himself running from a gronkolux, doing battle with a zarq, and operating his company out of a strip club.

While I’ve never personally experienced the first two events, my gentlemen’s club exploits are legendary. One time I even jumped up on stage in Atlanta and started disrobing—yet another time Rumple Minz made me her plaything. One day if we ever find ourselves drinking beers together and shooting the shit, I’ll tell you about it.

Writing the book has been the most enjoyable experience of my life. Every night, I wish to wake up the next morning in the world of Vox, Valentina, the Goat, Duncan, Achilles, and all the rest. If I disappear suddenly, you’ll know where I’ve gone.

Vol.1-Tampa Bay is only the beginning; there will be nine other books in the series. Kahuna would not have been possible without my son, Dillon. Not only is he a terrific editor, but he is also the Kahuna Loremaster. Kahuna is his just as much as it is mine.