I am an avid bicyclist. I like challenging myself with long rides, or at least short, difficult ones. I am reasonably fit, and expect to be fitter as bicycling season kicks in.
I’m also a bibliophile, and a middle manager in one of the best bookstores on the planet. Depending on your perspective this is a very good place or a very bad place for a bibliophile to work.
I like to cook, and enjoy an occasional glass of wine. I am a lightweight when it comes to drinking, so I never over do it.
Humor is extremely important to me. I love clever quips, and friendly sarcasm. I try to give as good as I get, and I frequently succeed. Timing is everything, I guess.
One of my biggest regrets is that I never had children. I think I would have been a pretty good dad.
I write fiction of all kinds, and had one short story (that I co-wrote with a dear friend) published a couple of years ago in a small press anthology. I keep on plugging away, and maybe some day I’ll sell another story.
Nothing is more important to me then my friends. I would pretty much do anything for them. I am loyal and compassionate and honest; at least this is what I’ve been told. Perhaps the tellers were being hyperbolic. Who can say? I’m not a boy scout though. I firmly believe that some rules and social conventions are meant to be broken. I don’t wear goodie two-shoes. I wear boots.