As a grad student, Jack B. Rochester longed to see a book with his name on the cover. Today, it’s on 19 books and counting. With the publication of the bestselling The Naked Computer, he launched his editorial services company, Joshua Tree Interactive. He co-authored a second book of non fiction with John Gantz in 2004, the internationally acclaimed Pirates of the Digital Millennium.
In 2007, Rochester turned to writing fiction full-time. His Nathaniel Hawthorne Flowers literary trilogy was published by Wheatmark (available in paperback, Kindle, Audible). He’s currently working on two distinctly different novels and a short story collection. You can follow his writer’s journey and read his blogs, Saturday Book Review and My Brain on Grape-Nuts, at JackBoston.com, his innovative website.