Welcome to my website. I have info here about me, my novels and my design capabilities. There’s a blog I call Finding Adventure, where you’ll be able to read some enjoyable and interesting pieces written by me and some of my friends.

I’m calling the site The Art of Adventure because, the way I see it, life is an adventure, and it’ll get richer if you practice developing it as an art. And, of course, all of my novels, written or contemplated, deal with adventure in one way or another. To buy any of my books, just click on the book you’re interested in. There, you’ll find a brief description, an excerpt and links to buy.

There are pages here featuring my wife Laurel’s wonderful art and photography, which she somehow accomplishes when I don’t have her busy editing.

I’ve recently finished Girl on a Dolphin, Book Two of The Neptune Chronicles. and the fourth and fifth stories in The Inspector Kwong Mysteries, The Gift and The Shot. They’re available together in digital, and combined with The Fog in print as Kwong’s Next Three.

Currently, I’m finishing the seventh Kwong mystery, called The Night.

If you’d like to contact me, go to Contact and drop me a line. I welcome your thoughts and views.

Aloha and Mahalo,

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  • Paul Wickline says:

    I want to thank you for writing about your love of Mark Murphy. Read the piece in LA TIMES and just about screeched with joy. I realize the article was about meeting someone special and falling in love, but I focused on Mark:). I was a huge fan. Saw him perform four times over the years. Religiously sought out and purchased every release and played him frequently on my radio show in college. Gushed upon meeting him in person and told him how much I loved his readings of Kerouac. He then did an impromptu performance in his next set, just for me. I was crushed when he passed away. So, thank you.

  • Lisa de Vincent says:

    I’m so sorry to hear if Vic’s passing. I remember first meeting him at one of our IWOSC satellite meetups. We were discussing his book Stairway to the Gods.
    Condolences to Vic’s family.

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Vic Warren is an award winning Art Director, credited with creating the "Eskimo portrait" as the aircraft tail logo for Alaska Airlines. If you need help in designing your book cover, check out these designs.

Stairway of the Gods continues to impress. The book's cover just won the Best Self-Published Book Cover Design Contest sponsored by A&A Printing.