>Where can we find your stories?
I plan to try getting my first novel published next year. I've actually written five novels and numerous short fiction works over the last twenty years. But up until last year I always wrote for my own unwinding and a few friends. They've encouraged me to try publishing, so I created a novel concept specifically to test the waters, a surrealist spy novel set in Nazi Berlin. It's still in the outline and notes stage, thought the writing always goes quicker.
Depending on how that develops, I may try selling my idea for a multi-media novel - basically a PDF with scene illustrations and cued electronic compositions (another hobby of mine) or I may go the Kickstarter route a few writers have recently blazed. I can code, but I may have to hire an illustrator unless I can teach myself to draw.
I'm remembering the people who ask, so I'll let you know when I get something to market.
>You have some understanding of Latin, I see.
It's more that I have an interest in linguistics and Latin is at the root of so many of the world's most widely spoken languages. I did take some French in college, which, as you know, can be traced directly back to Latin. But that was many moons ago. There's also a lot of Latin in science, though less in physics than biology or chemistry. I think in a different life I might have opted to be a cognitive linguist.