"An inventive and hilariously told story of the Roman empire and what passes for normal in the life of Caligula and his circle. It could easily be adapted into a play or screenplay.
A quick read, and a lot of fun. Definitely recommend!"
When not wandering the mile markers of ancient Rome, Jim has found the time to be a chief contributor to the film review book Seen That, Now What and has written more than 100 editorials that have appeared in such publications as The Philadelphia Inquirer, The Bergen Record, The South Jersey Times, The Courier Post, The Star Ledger, among others. He penned the screenplay for the film Motorbroom 182 currently in negotiation hell. On the professional side, he is the Editorial Director and Senior Writer at the New York accounting firm Berdon LLP and has served as a reporter for North Jersey Newspapers and the Advertising Manager for the U.S. Division of the British fashion company Laura Ashley and the safari clothier Willis and Geiger. Born in the fabled town of Hoboken N.J., he is a resident of Mount Laurel, NJ. Married to Tara (A descendent of a Founding Father) for 35 years, he is a father to Alexander and Gillian and grandfather to the wee Elizabeth Curran. He is a supporter of anything that will eradicate the affliction known as autism which has blunted the life of his son Alexander.
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