To be announced .
I hope to write a story so powerful that you think "That may have really happened" and then I have done my job as an author.
Pete thought how interesting it would be to use his imagination as an artist to become a writer, from canvas to paper, which led to a trip to Savannah, Georgia, where the idea hatched for his first novel The Tobacco Barn. From a trip to New Orleans, Saddles of Barringer was born, and the cultural dynamics of When Geese Fly South, is a first-rate novel that will impact your memory and heart for a lifetime.
Most of Pete's life has been spent in West Virginia and North Carolina, other than a few years in Florida and Texas, he has lived in the Appalachian region, leading to Southern fiction and Old West novels. He loves to travel. One of his memorable trips, was to South Africa.
Pete is an alumni of Concord University, Liberty University, and Tennessee Temple University, now Carolina University. He holds a Ph.D. from TTU.
Having traveled most of the U.S., Pete uses geography to help with his stories, using landmarks, food and classis cars, connecting readers to historic fiction and cultural experiences is relational.
He plans several book signing events through 2022 as well as writing his fourth novel, a Western novel, to keep the ideas following with a post-Civil War setting. Something he's extremely proud of writing.... Old West style books.