B.M. Simpson was born in rural Maine. He joined the Air Force at the age of 18 and lived and moved across the U.S. and Europe. After leaving the military, he spent years living and working in the Caribbean. On the islands of Anguilla, St. Kitts and Grand Cayman, he discovered a passion for island life and formed friendships second to none. After 30 years of writing poems, songs and short stories, he wrote his first full-length novel, Island Dogs.
Simpson and his wife today live in Florida. They enjoy periodic trips back to the Caribbean where they visit friends, share island stories, and soak up the peaceful sun, sea, vibe and soothing breezes of the islands. And of course, a good rum punch made perfect by locals.
His short stories and blogs cover everything from current day topics to adventures he has experienced throughout the years. They may not all be believable, but they’re all true.