In 1983, just for the hell of it, I ran from Los Angeles to San Francisco. That lone adventure opened a door that led to a thirty-two year commitment to RhodyCo Productions. We produced running and cycling events, big and small, in and around San Francisco, raising millions for Bay Area non-profits. '468 events - 1.5 million finishers' was our final tagline. But, writing has always been my first love.
I've been a baker, a pizza maker, a business owner, a waiter, a social worker, a sex educator, strawberry picker and seminarian. I have been less confident it than any job I've loved or hated, so writing must be my final task.
My first novel 'Dakota White' (2007, iUniverse) is available on Amazon.
Find me on QUORA, writing under my pen name, 'Abbey Rhodes'.
Or on Twitter @DaveRhody
I knew that You Don’t Have to Say You Love Me – the title of Sherman Alexie’s memoir that grapples with his mother’s death – would make me cry. With Irving Stone’s 1954 historical novel about Mary Todd and Abraham … Continue reading →