Writing has always been a passion of Peter's but for too many years he squelched every opportunity he had to do it. In 1996 he decided to change careers and became a Technical Writer and has been writing ever since.
His first novel The Crown Prince of Canada was written in 72 hours at the Great Canadian Winter Novel Writing Marathon, a fundraiser developed by his long time friend Martin Avery.
His second book, Malinki the Medic was written from notes provided by his dad about his father's life as a boy in the Second World War thrust into a Russian POW camp at the tender age of 14.
Canuck GI: The Peculiar Life of a Canadian Soldier is a first hand account of Peter's life starting as an immature high school student who enters the Canadian Army to become a man and finds himself in a surreal world not like anything he has ever seen before.
Peter's first love is writing but he has enjoyed some success as an actor as well. His love of travel has found him working in Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates, returning to North America to act in the odd film and writing novels in his spare time.
"The fun of living in the Middle East is the opportunity it provides to our five kids to visit another part of the world."
Peter has also used his expertise in writing technical documentation by developing Simple Simon's Guides. These guides are designed to cut through the mountain of information available in this information age and provide the reader with only what they need to know to become effective in the program.
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