Our Approach


I was born in Honduras and I came to Miami in 1994. One day my asked my sibling and me if I we wanted to go to the local library. I refused. The TV wasn't going to watch itself. When they returned, my mother checked out a book for me. I remember it was a mystery book for kids. I read it and I was hooked.

My love for books ran deep. I would take a stack of books back home and would read a book a day. I got in trouble in school because I would read books in the middle of math class. My parents would punish me by forbidding me to read books. I was a nerd and I loved it.

Our Story


My father was one of the pastors at the church my family attended. He was the music leader at the church. One night he asked me if I wanted to learn how to play bass. I had nothing to do at that time and I agreed to do it.

That was the first time I picked up the bass. Looking back, I feel sorry for every churchgoer who heard me play, I was terrible. After many years my playing improved and I got into the music program at Florida International University. I have been active in teaching and playing in the Miami area since then.



After many years of playing and reading books, I developed an idea: I wanted to write a book. So, I started writing a story. I didn't have a computer at that time so I had to do it by hand. After a couple of days, I got stuck in the story and I quit.

Years later I made a second attempt to write the same story. I was in college at the time. I had no idea as to how to write a book. I started typing and after a couple of nights, I read what I had written. I discovered it was horrendous and promptly quit. To compound matters, the laptop where I was writing died on me, I decided to let go of my crazy dream and focus on music.

Throughout my career as a college student I had a story in my head. I would tell people of the story I was thinking about and they thought it was an interesting story, they often encouraged me to write it. After hearing the same thing for many years, I set out to get it done.

I thank God for allowing me to discover something I love to do. I know of people who never find their passion and I consider myself blessed to be able to get lost in writing.

I believe God allows all of us to live through seasons so we may learn more about ourselves. I encourage you to explore and pursue what you love, you'll be amazed at what you discover about yourself.