I was born in the U.S. and have done stints in Europe, but since 1997 Hong Kong has been home.
I took a typing class in high school for an easy grade, and was the only kid to actually practice.
My 20s sucked for writing but they were good for moving around.
Hong Kong is like New York, only faster. Asia is three billion stories rushing at collision speed toward the perceived past.
I once practiced muay thai (kickboxing) but now do yoga to clear the head.
On a sweaty summer night, I hunched over the laptop in my tiny apartment and began writing about a troubled American woman working as a hostess in a Japanese nightclub. It took a dozen years to get Gaijin Cowgirl published.
The Story of Angkor is a non-fiction tale of the Angkor civilization for travelers visiting the ancient temples in Cambodia.
My latest novel, Bloody Paradise, is a tropical noir set in Thailand. Your next visit to a beautiful island won’t be the same.
Publisher details are at my Amazon author’s page. More international pulp thrillers are in the pipeline.
I read a lot. I blog reviews of thrillers and mysteries. Sign up for my occasional newsletter, and I’ll send my reviews to you, along with updates on my projects. Thanks.
Jame is pronounced like James without the S. I’m still not sure about DiBiasio.