Featured, My Book

The Great Wall of Silence

May 9, 2015

As the election year approaches, Addison Landon, an investigative reporter and political analyst, is about to uncover the most elaborate plot she, or anyone else for that matter, has ever seen. An actual plot to create the largest contiguous land empire in human history that began 646 years ago. What she uncovers is not an army that plans to overthrow governments by force, but a secret society that has ultimate political aspirations. Woven into the very political structure of Democracy that the United States holds dear to its heart, is a plot that is so well executed, that no one can see it…let alone stop it. Addison is in a race against the clock to piece together what are seemingly absurd clues that are linking her to the Mongolian Empire of 1206 AD and the ancestors of Genghis Khan himself. Ancestors that for 646 years have planned and executed the silent political takeover of the United States.

Featured, Lifestyle

Favorite Wine

July 10, 2014

Tasting Notes & Food Pairings

The wonderfully pure, pretty nose of the 2008 Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon is redolent of warm berry cobbler, with lovely toasted boysenberry and blackberry scents joined by hints of wild cherry, loamy earth and oak vanillin. On the supple, beautifully structured palate, the wine offers rich, vibrant blackberry, plum and black cherry flavors framed by perfectly integrated tannins and a long, savory finish. Delicious now, this elegantly sumptuous Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon will develop further nuance with another 5-7 years’ bottle age.

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Featured, Travel

My Latest Trip to New York

July 8, 2014

It’s no secret that I love to visit New York. While it is busy all the time, it is very easy for a tourist like me to stop and smell the roses. From going for a run through Central Park, to having drinks in a restaurant filled with hipsters and millennials, I seem to find something different to do each time I visit. My latest visit had me speaking at The NBA All Star Weekend. Continue Reading…


Swing Dance

July 8, 2014


One thing that many people find interesting about me, is that I was an instructor of swing dance for 5 years during and after college. While I love nearly every genre of music, there is something about the sound of a big band playing with the bass thumping as you swing a pretty lady around the floor.



Pescatarian Lifestyle

July 7, 2014

Pescatarian (sometimes spelled pescetarian with an e) is a word sometimes used to describe those who abstain from eating all meat and animal flesh with the exception of fish. In other words, a pescatarian maintains a vegetarian diet with the addition of fish and other sea foods such as shrimp and lobster.

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