"Strings is a fast-paced novel that was hard to put down. With a plot that spans from one side of the world to another and characters that are described so vividly that you feel you know them."
"San Francisco's cable cars are powered by gripping cables that move under the streets at nine miles per hours. Those cables can be seen as symbolic for the passage through life. Skinning Rope puts some flesh and blood into those years."
"Setting them Free, with real power and insight, challenges an overly controlling educational system that too often quenches students' spirit and creativity."
Jolinda Pizzirani, Pizzirani Consulting
E.G. Schaefer, Reader
Barry Siegel, Pulitzer Prize Winner in Journalism (LA Times)