I write fiction at the intersection of people and technology. You can find me typing away in the spare time around my full-time gig—mornings, nights, in coffee shops, and on airplanes. I have over two decades of experience as a data analyst, writer, technology consultant, and software executive. I bring what I’ve learned about tech (and what scares me about tech) into my writing.
I also wrote a non-fiction book about Twitter data called TRENDOLOGY (Palgrave Macmillan, 2014) a few years ago. My opinions on technology have been featured in The New York Times, USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, CNBC, and Teen Vogue (for real.)
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- I live in Austin, Texas with my lovely wife and two troublemaking kids.
- I taught myself to code Python building a site that let people challenge each other to sleep contests via the Fitbit API called SleepWars. It had a sheep in an army helmet for the logo. It was pretty cool.
- To research the opener of my book Crash Into Pieces, I taught my daughter how to pick locks.
- I love sci-fi, video games, Texas bbq, Yo La Tengo, and bourbon.