After a 30 year career in the telecommunications industry, Bill sold a telecommunications and business management consulting practice in 2000 to pursue a writing career. Bill wrote for the Orlando Sentinel briefly following military service during the Vietnam War and during his career as a consultant, Bill wrote frequently for the NTCA Rural Telecommunications Magazine. In 1995 Bill wrote a non-fiction book on the opportunities for local telephone companies to resell long distance service.
In 1994, Bill began work on his first novel, “Dial Tone” which he published as an e-book on Amazon/Kindle in July 2012. Since the mid-1990s Bill wrote a second novel “The Song of the Mockingbird” which he also published as an e-book on Amazon/Kindle in February 2013. Bill’s other novels are: Ruby’s Story 2013, Letting Go, 2015, The Tainted Lady, 2014, Joe and the Governor, 2016 and Night Fire, 2017.
Bill and his wife Linda live on the East Coast of Central Florida