Since leaving the world of glitzy sets and pompous anchors, he's spent much of his time on two wheels, exploring the country via motorcycle and writing about it.
His features have appeared in Rider, RoadBike, and H.O.G. magazines.
A recent empty-nester, he lives with his wife and 'investigative' dog in the Pacific Northwest, currently at work on his next book.
"We're going to give our viewers more!"
With these words, the TV news 'train' officially 'ran off the rails'. First-time reporter Bill Stacy arrives at KEGT in August of 1987, the same month the FCC rescinds the Fairness Doctrine. No longer forced to report news in an "honest, equitable" manner, Bill (whose name is as fake as the news he covers) finds himself in the middle of the biggest story to ever hit 'Texomaland'--a serial arsonist is terrorizing the community.
The big question: Can the investigative journalist find the 'Torch' before his ratings-hungry boss gets him killed?