Tell us about yourself and what inspired you to start writing.
I am a technology veteran with decades of experience leading private and public companies that profoundly altered the way we work, learn, entertain and interact.
Today, I spend my time as an Independent Board Member, Strategic Advisor, speaker, and author.
I have always had an interest in writing. In business presentations, I employ situation storytelling as a vehicle to employ apathy in understanding the impact of tehnology in a positive way.
Tell us about your books.
I have published two novels to date: Liquidation Preference (2016) and False Positive (2017).
How did you go about getting published?
It was a conundrum for me. My career focuses in disrupting old business with the value of digitization. Using a traditional publisher route might conflict with my desire to be an agent of change.
What is your writing process? Do you have a time, day or place you like to write?
A fundamental precept in my books are the events, culture, and locations are factual; the technology portrayed in the story is undeniably plausible; and,
the characters are fictional. So, I dedicate four months on research. four months of writing, and four months preparing for publication.
I do not have a set time, place, or time to write. I balance my writing with my independent board work, strategic advisory, and technology futures speaking engagements.
What do you like to do when you’re not writing? Full-time job, pets, hobbies?
Independent Board Director, Strategic Advisor, emerging technology speaking engagements. For escape, I run, play golf, and sail.
What’s your next book project?
I am currently working a new book that exploits the malevolent use of the Internet of Things.
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