Michael's current writing projects include The Write Side of My Brain, and assorted scripts, novels, and short stories. Former projects include Richmond Bible ExaminerRichmond Pro-Life Examiner, and Richmond Performing Arts Examiner at Examiner.com.

Most recently, Michael released Cat and Pig: A Story of Friendship, a children's book he authored and illustrated.  Cat and Pig:  A Story of Friendship is based on the true life friendship of Herbie and Quinn. He later released Cat and Pig: Good News in the Barn, and My Book of ABCs.  All three are available from Amazon.

His novel, Not Much to Talk About (working title) is in development as the first in a serious of (at least) four.  The first chapter (in draft form) of that work is available here. His original script Clean Dry Socks: Diary of a Doughboy based on his grandfather's diary from his time in World War I, premiered in October 2018.

Michael is the former Editor-in-Chief for Bearing Drift Magazine and is a contributing author at Bearing Drift.  and the author of How to Break into the Event Planning Business initially published with Dreamworks, now available at upon request.

To view more of Michael's writing, follow the links below:

Don't bother, they're here...
The Write Side of My Brain

Bestest Puppy Ever
The Write Side of My Brain

Monday Mourning
The Write Side of My Brain

Dear Daily News, Have You ASKED God to Fix It?
The Write Side of My Brain

Let’s not fool ourselves
The Write Side of My Brain

Stormy Weather
The Write Side of My Brain

Why the Supreme Court Decision does not invalidate my traditional marriage
The Write Side of My Brain

My 10 Favorite Movies from the 1950s
The Write Side of My Brain

The Bible Series: Too long, Oh Lord
The Write Side of My Brain

Bonhoeffer: A Review
Richmond Bible Examiner

Dinner and a Movie All In One
Eating in Richmond

The Growers Exchange brings the gardening to your front door
Richmond Virginia Business

On the 405th Anniversary of the landing at Cape Henry
Bearing Drift

Now Thank We All Our God
The Write Side of My Brain, reposted from Bearing Drift Magazine (2010)

Bearing Drift Magazine
Edited and did layout and design for the following issues:
March 2010May 2010June 2010July 2010August 2010September 2010October 2010November 2010January 2011May 2011