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10% Profits from Paranoia goes to the Twin Towers Orphan Fund (!

Background Information

I am a happily married father of two, and lifelong resident of New Jersey (on the beach, in the mountains, in NYC, Philadelphia, or Atlantic City within an hour...what more could you want?). 

My debut novel, Paranoia, was released in 2008 and has been enjoying fantastic reviews on amazon and  Paranoia was the November Reader's Choice book of the month on and was recently praised by Writer's Digest judges during the 16th Annual Self-Published Books Award.

10% of all profits from sales of Paranoia will be donated to the Twin Towers Orphan Fund ( - an organization that provides healthcare, psychological care, and education for children who lost a parent or parents in the 9/11 attacks.

My major influences range from Chuck Pahlaniuk, to Vonnegut, Ayn Rand, Faulkner and many, many others that I had the privilege of being introduced to during my college career as an English major.  Ultimately, though, I write to leave a legacy to my children.

Birth Place
Jackson, NJ USA

November Reader's Choice Book of the Month at

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Writer's Digest judges recently called Paranoia: "An excellent novel - sensitive and intelligent. Told in a lean, muscular prose style, Paranoia recounts in a compelling first-person voice the post-traumatic stress disorder of its protagonist, whose paranoia, hysteria, and irrational extremism can be read as a reflection of the reaction of a large segment of the American population to 9/11. The portrayal of the new world order rings true, but the true achievement of the novel is its richness of characterization and its deft portrait of the narrator's paranoia."

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