About Vince

I love stories.

Personally, I have that typical story, told too many times: Guy grows up in home with Jewish mother and gambling addict father ... becomes a Christian in college by trying to prove the Bible isn’t true ... leaves career in law to become a pastor ... starts a church in Virginia Beach that grows from four people to hundreds ... leaves church in Virginia Beach to move to Las Vegas to start a church for people who work on and live around the Vegas Strip ... leaves church to write other people’s stories.

Yeah, it’s kinda clichéd, but it’s my story so…what can I do?

I love telling other people’s stories.

I fell into writing for other people by mistake. A friend of mine, who happens to be a best-selling author, called me one night. “I love your books. You’re such a great writer. Would you write the last three chapters of my next book for me?”

I was confused. “Would I what?”

“Write the last three chapters of my book for me.”

“Ummm, sure?”

Collaborating with that author on that book led to another book with him, and another book with a different author, and then more.

I loved it. And I kept getting more requests. I had to start turning down requests because of my “day job” but now this is what I do. I collaborate with authors. If you have a book in you that you would love to get out in the world, I would love to help.

If you want to see some of the books I’ve been honored to work on, how those books have been reviewed, and what the authors I’ve worked with say about me, check out my resume on this site.

If you want to know more about me...

More of my story.

I have an amazing wife named Jennifer, two incredible kids, and one stupid dog. I grew up in a small town but now live in Sin City. I hate math but love the Counting Crows. I also love Cameron Crow movies, but that’s the extent of my affection for anything crow-related. I haven’t been named People Magazine’s Sexiest Man of the Year … yet. I love the Los Angeles Dodgers, Mongolian barbecue, and cream soda. I love the band Snow Patrol but avoid snow at almost any cost. I root hard for the University of Illinois (where I went to Law School). And … my father was on America’s Most Wanted. (So at least I’ve got that going for me.)

Yup, that’s me.