Raised in Victoria, B.C., Neil, recently widowed, writes in memory of his wife, Kris, has two children, four grandchildren, and two dogs. He writes his paranormal stories using places from his hometown as a backdrop. He has taught for over thirty years in various cities in British Columbia and holds a M.Ed. from Uvic., with a major in English. His first work, The Saxe Point Park Mystery can be found on Kobo as an ebook or at Trafford Books. His writing is fast paced, and his stories are page-turners. Neil continues to write children's novels and fantasy as well as doing author presentations in various Victoria schools where he loves to connect with his readers. His first novel, The Saxe Point Park Mystery, can be found in many of the local school libraries and he has written a Teacher's Study Guide, which is being used to teach the novel. He is proud of the fact that his book is helping kid's improve their reading and writing skills.
The Lost Boys of Lampson
Tween Paranormal Fantasy
A young boy discovers magic while he faces an evil spirit trying to kill him at his Lampson School.