T. L. Snow recently moved his family back to California’s Central Coast, where he continues to devote his time to his writing projects, including novels, blogs, contest entries and article submissions to various local publications.
He has served on the board of San Luis Obispo’s premier authors’ guild, SLO NightWriters, as their Contest Director for the 25th annual Golden Quill Awards as well as sitting on the committee for Cuesta College’s 30th anniversary of its Central Coast Writer’s Conference.
Tom remains active in the community, appearing on local radio shows and presenting to various organizations. He has started and belongs to several critique groups, and volunteers his time to coach budding authors on the different aspects of writing, publishing and marketing.
Taking off the Gloves, his romantic comedy (novel and screenplay) waiting for the right agent, is based upon Tom’s experiences while living in Sydney, Australia, for twenty-two years. The story explores how the life of a vivacious young woman is turned on its head by an unexpected inheritance of a lifelong endowment and a mansion on Bondi Beach—provided she permanently engage the services of her late grandfather’s English butler.
The author is also putting the finishing touches to Mammon’s Bidding, a crime thriller about arguably the twentieth century’s most intriguing mystery—who went after the Kennedy clan with a vengeance and why?
In addition, Tom is currently working on an anthology of short stories, Bedtime Musings, some of which have won prizes in national writing contests.
Be sure to look under ‘Tools for Writers’ for his thoughts, tools and advice for budding authors.