Jonathan first told his father that he wanted to become a writer when he was 10 years old after completing a handwritten story called, The Planet Gozo. Of course, he cycled through many different answers to the question, “What do you want to be when you grow up,” but eventually he realized that he wasn’t smart enough to be an astronaut and that massage therapists didn’t always rub down sexy ladies.
In college, Jonathan wrote his first novel, and while it is now under reconstruction, the project rekindled his passion for the written word. Since then, he’s been working with many genres including fiction and creative non-fiction. He’s even tried his hand at a collection of douchey English Sonnets.
Jonathan lives in Chiang Mai, Thailand with his wife, Amanda and his two ding dong children, Olive and D-Max.