playing sports, active in both football and hockey. In 1995 Keith was diagnosed with a life-threatening brain tumor (called an Acoustic Neuroma) and he underwent a ten hour operation at the world-renowned Brigham and Women's hospital where it was successfully removed. I am so pleased he is still with us to share about his book Father's & Sons.
Keith, welcome to Interviews & Reviews!
How long have you been writing?
25 years (a page at a time until my wife said she was sick of hearing about it and told me to finish it so I did)
How many books have you written?
Two (both of which have a 4.7 or better rating on amazon).
Do you travel to the places you write about?
Yes (both of my books are set in Lexington/Boston Massachusetts which is where I am from).
Which do you enjoy more, the research part for a book, or the writing?
Writing my personal experiences as a player/coach/avid fan).
What is your latest book about?
Sports and life and the uncommon (supportive, involved, dedicated to my development as a player nut never pushy) bond between my late father and myself.
What inspired you to write this book?
My lovely wife Susan.
Is there a message in your book that you want your readers to grasp?
Definitely! Overcoming adversity! (in my case two rounds of life-threatening brain surgery).
Thank you for stopping by Keith.