Peter, a published writer and author, was schooled in the art of writing through various writing courses at Roosevelt University in Schaumburg, IL during his journey to a bachelor’s degree in psychology. He further honed his prose skills receiving two writing diplomas from the Long Ridge School of Writing.
From February of 2011 through March of 2012, Peter was a lead writer for the print publication Sports Life Magazine. In six printed issues of this magazine, he authored fifteen feature stories, co-wrote two others and edited a dozen more. Peter also wrote numerous sports stories for the web site Sportales.
In October of 2012, Peter's historical, mafia-crime fiction short story, titled Lucky Says Hello, was published by MuseItUp Publishing. It is now available through MuseItUp's books store (www.museitup.com) and at most e-book on line stores.
He was also just hired by the New York Journal of Books as a book reviewer. His first review is due out in December of 2012.
In 2011, he completed his first fiction novel called, The Four Corners, A Sicilian Story (the same genre, characters and setting as Lucky Says Hello), for which he is seeking literary agent representation.
Also in 2011, he penned a YA fiction short story published in the web magazine, Angie’s Diary, called One Woman, One Island, One Choice.
Over the years, he has had numerous stories and articles published on various content web sites featuring pieces on sports, real life experience, the paranormal and others.
Often told he has a “unique voice”, Peter’s specialty is bringing the human element into everything he writes.
Published writer /author Elyse Draper on Peter: “Peter has a genuine talent for creating real characters; not only characters that smack of reality, but ones people develop an attachment to. His talents are remarkable. It is only a matter of time before his work is on the New York Times BSL.”
Born and raised in New Jersey, Peter now resided in Naperville, Illinois with his wife Wendy and two sons Matthew and Nicholas.
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thanks for the fan add